The dark bay colt from the first crop of Preakness winner Cloud Computing delivered a “wow” breeze at OBS, cat-hopping through an eighth of a mile in 9 4/5. Time is one thing, but the way he did it put him in rarified air. This was no all-out speedball, he glided over the surface with huge strides, triggering a whopping 89 BreezeFig.
“That’s the highest breeze figure I’ve ever seen at one of these 2-year-olds in training sales, and that not only encompasses stride length but other biometric data that is encompassed in that ‘special sauce,’” Jeff Lifson said. “He is a tall, leggy, powerful-looking colt. To go that fast looking like he does, it is not something you see every day— he is not a little scooter, he is a big, big hoss.”
In the 2017 Preakness, Cloud Computing defeated West Point’s very own Kentucky Derby hero Always Dreaming. Cloud Computing is a son of Maclean’s Music, whose reputation continues to grow in stature for imparting speed and brilliance. West Point and John Sadler can attest to that with our unbeaten 3-year-old filly Unbridled Mary. Maclean’s Music also is the sire of defending champion male sprinter Jackie’s Warrior.
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He had hands down, the best pre-sale breeze of any horse at OBS March. I love the colt. If he’s by a proven sire like Into Mischief or Tapit, I’m pretty confident he tops the sale.John Sadler