OBS July Sales Breeze Show – Day 3

OBS July Sales Breeze Show - Day 3
Photo Credit: Fleetphoto / Dreamstime

Day three under tack show is now in the books at OBS. Most of the runners completed their drills before the rains came, that slowed the track down a bit. However, I spotted several key horses today that are potential winners. Hip #510, a dark bay or brown filly by the hot freshman sire ”  Not This Time out of a Street Boss mare Champagne Sparkle cantered down the stretch in a seamless :10* flat. Her rider was practically motionless as she zipped through the lane. This is definitely the sire to watch as his 2 year-olds are burning up the track in 2020. Consigned by Oscar Brown Stables, this April foal received a Truenicks B+ rating.

Hip #494, I’m just loving these large fillies that eat up the ground with every stride with an effortless motion. This Dialed In filly is out of an Empire Maker Dam “Cartia” out of Zuppardo Ardo, winner of $667,000, including the Humana Distaff Handicap at Churchill Downs. Yes, she can certainly run, clocking a quick quarter in :21.1 This Florida bred is consigned by Arindel. Truenicks A++

Stay tuned for day 4 with my latest analysis and selections from OBS in Ocala, Florida.

Feel free to comment on your favorite selections.

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2 thoughts on “OBS July Sales Breeze Show – Day 3

  1. I must agree with you fleetphoto. Her stride seemed effortlessly. There was no herky jerky motions. I will equate it with driving a Mercedes s class. Keep up the good work. I find your site very informative and helpful in narrowing down all the chaos at the auctions. Thanks

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