Looks Fast, Looks Early
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O/o a stakes–placed half to multiple G1–winning sprinter PAULASSILVERLINING
Half–brother is a new STAKES WINNER!
GHOSTZAPPER,has sired 12 G1 Winners
This colt looks to be as precocious and purely fast as any of our two-year-olds learning the ropes with Eddie Woods in Ocala.
In early March, he was ready to begin formal workouts, and Terry Finley observed him going head-and-head to the outside of our Curlin colt First Captain, a Saratoga Sale session sale-topper.
"We haven't asked him for much speed just yet, but he sure looks like he's got it," Eddie said.
"He just looks fast, and he trains quite well. He stays low to the ground and has quick knee action, kind of a cat-like purpose to him."
Ghostzapper was potentially the most talented racehorse of the past two decades as a winner of the Met Mile and the Breeders Cup Classic. His Grade 1 victories ranged from 6.5f to 10f. He dominated his competition with a balance of brilliant speed and stamina. He has been a very good sire as well with 5 champions and 11 individual Grade 1 winners.
This colt’s dam, Liza Too was a stakes-placed runner in New York and the vast majority of the female family were prominent New York racehorses.
Liza Too is a half-sister to two Grade 1 winners in New York: Paulassilverlining, who also happens to be by Ghostzapper, making this colt a three-quarter relation to one of the fastest female sprinters in New York over the past decade, as well as Dads Caps, who captured back-to-back editions of the Grade 1 Carter Handicap.
This blend of speed and stamina in the female family create vast possibilities for our colt going forward. Take, for instance, Ghostzapper’s current top filly Guarana, who is undefeated in three career starts, ranging from a 15-length debut win in a Keeneland sprint, a Grade 1 victory at a mile in Belmont’s Acorn Stakes, and another Grade 1 triumph going 9 furlongs at Saratoga in the Coaching Club American Oaks.
Between this colt’s physical, his athleticism, his sire power and the plethora of strength in his female family, you don’t want to miss out on a simply outstanding prospect that we picked up at a sale that’s very well known for producing G1 level horses.
Christophe Clement will train, looking to build on his resume of top colts including the versatile Gio Ponti (champion older male, champion turf male) and Tonalist (winner of the Grade 1 Cigar Mile as well as the classic, mile-and-a-half Belmont Stakes).
Syndication price of a yearling includes all acquisition, training, veterinary, and insurance expenses until January 1, 2021.
Hasn’t put a foot wrong since we put the tack on. A low to the ground, good-moving colt.Eddie Woods
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