This attractive filly is from the first crop of Preakness Stakes (G1) winner Cloud Computing. She caught our team’s eye at the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Sale and was our top pick of the sale’s second session.
The pedigree is versatile — she has strong dirt and turf influence on the page. Physically, she’s a monster with strong bone and good feet.
There’s strong European influence in her pedigree — with her first, second, and third dams all competing in Europe (second and third dams competed in stakes abroad).
“I have a group of owners who came to this sale wanting to buy a top filly,” said bloodstock agent David Ingordo. “I liked this filly’s breeze and loved her when I went back to the barn. She’s the total package. Cloud Computing has been very, very well received as a sire thus far. Excited West Point is a part of her. A filly this like could have tremendous residual value one day.”
Cherie DeVaux says the filly has been making good strides since her stable. She is due for a timed work in the next few days. “Physically she is an impressive specimen and I like how she is getting over the track. She is very forward.”
Price includes all acquisition costs and all training, veterinary, and insurance expenses until January 1, 2023.
Training at Churchill Trackside on June 3:
Watch the buying team discuss the new filly in our post-sale call:
She’s a perfect athlete who exudes class and has an absolute swagger and strut to her walk. I must have visited her a dozen times during the sale.Jeff Lifson