Pogonip is a Scream Queen with Candy and Thunder

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July 7 Entry

Pogonip is a Scream Queen with Candy and Thunder

July 7, 2011
Hollywood Park Race 6
Maiden Special Weight

5.5 furlongs
2-year-old fillies
Post Time 6:37 PM ET TVG

P Horse
1. Made to Love Her (FL)
2. Cascina (KY)
3. Candrea (FL)
4. Candy and Thunder (KY)
5. Lady Fairbanks (FL)
6. Lasso from El Paso (FL)
7. Scream Queen (KY)
8. Pogonip (KY)
9. D'princess (FL)
10. Duality (FL)
11. Wild Truffles (KY)
12. Behavioral (KY)

Pogonip (Street Sense - Queen Mama by Seattle Slew) is scheduled to make her first start on the Cushion Track at Hollywood Park. She has been working at Santa Anita, including 5 furlongs from the gate in 1:00.60 on June 27. Pogonip sold for $110,000 as a weanling, and is a half sister to 4 winners. Three of her siblings won at 2, and two were debut winners that season. The debut winners include stakes-placed Prince Woodman, who earned $165,627 in his career. Queen Mama, dam of Pogonip, is a half sister to 6 winners, including grade I winner Behrens and group III stakes-placed Delius. Street Sense's 6 runners have each run once, recording one second and one third, and earnings of $41,055. Street Sense won 2 races at 2, including the Breeders' Cup Juvenile (gr. I), and was named 2006 champion 2-year-old colt. Overall, he earned $4,383,200, including victories in the Kentucky Derby (gr. I), Travers Stakes (gr. I), Jim Dandy Stakes (gr. II), and Tampa Bay Derby (gr. III).

D'princess (D'wildcat - Italian Slew by Ocala Slew) and Lasso from El Paso (Smoke Glacken - Our Tune by Concorde's Tune) finished 3rd and 4th, just a nose apart, in a 5 furlong race at Hollywood Park on June 12. It was the first and only start for both. D'princess sold for $75,000 as a 2-year-old, and is out of the winning mare Italian Slew. Italian Slew has produced 2 winners from 3 to run, including stakes-placed Romin Robin. Romin Robin was a winner at 2, and has earned $211,875 through 2011. Italian Slew is a half sister to 5 winners, including stakes-placed Mr. Elway. Lasso from El Paso was a $35,000 yearling, and is out of stakes winner Our Tune, who earned $240,505. Our Tune has produced the winner El Tune. Our Tune is a full sister to 2 winners, and a half sister to Secret Flag, who was group I stakes-placed in the Dominican Republic.

The only other filly with experience is Wild Truffles (Offlee Wild - Lady Truffles by Candi's Gold), who made her only start in the 5.5 furlong Cinderella Stakes at Hollywood Park on June 11, finishing 6th. She is the first foal out of Lady Truffles, who won the California Cup Juvenile Fillies Stakes at 2, and earned $151,405 overall. Lady Truffles is a half sister to 2 winners, including stakes winner Rose Catherine.

Made to Love Her (Stevie Wonderboy - Love Boot by Storm Boot) and Duality (Stevie Wonderboy - De'jade by Songandaprayer) are both by freshman sire Stevie Wonderboy, whose 6 starters have run 7 total times, recording 1 third, and $7,843 in earnings. Stevie Wonderboy won three races at 2, including the Breeders' Cup Juvenile (gr. I) and the Del Mar Futurity (gr. II), and was named 2005 champion 2-year-old colt. In his career, he earned $1,058,940. Made to Love Her sold for $22,000 as a yearling, and for $30,000 as a 2-year-old. She is the first foal out of stakes-placed Love Boot, who won three races at 2, including her debut. Love Boot is a half sister to three winners. Duality brought $14,000 as a yearling, and $53,000 at 2. She is the first foal out of De'jade, who was a winner at 2. De'jade is a half sister to four winners, including stakes winner Cleaning House.

Also by a first-crop sire is Scream Queen (Any Given Saturday - Redmeansgo by Red Ransom), by Any Given Saturday. Any Given Saturday has had 2 runners, which have each run once without placing, while earning $521. Grade I winner Any Given Saturday won his first 2 races at 2, and also finished 2nd in the Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes (gr. II) that season. Overall, he earned $1,083,533, including victories in the Haskell Invitational (gr. I), the Dwyer Stakes (gr. II), and the Brooklyn Handicap (gr. II). Scream Queen brought $60,000 as a 2-year-old, and is the second foal out of stakes-placed Redmeansgo, who earned $113,680. Her first foal, Round Trip Loner, was a winner at 2 and 3. Redmeansgo is a half sister to 3 winners, including stakes winner Delicate Dynamite.

Selling for $340,000 as a 2-year-old was Candrea (Trippi - Burn Brightly by American Chance), who is out of stakes winner Burn Brightly. Burn Brightly was a debut winner at 2, who earned $147,407 in her career. She has produced 7 winners from 7 to run, including three full siblings to Candrea. One of these full siblings, Dream of Angels, won 4 races at 2, including 3 stakes, and earned $227,090 overall. Four other siblings of Candrea also won at 2. Burn Brightly is a half sister to 6 winners, including Dona Polenta, a group II winner in Argentina.

Lady Fairbanks (Pure Prize - Yes It's Royalty by Yes It's True) sold for $25,000 as a weanling, for $62,000 as a yearling, and for $100,000 as a 2-year-old. She is the second foal out of the unraced mare Yes It's Royalty. Yes It's Royalty's first foal, English Royal, did not run at 2, but was a debut winner at 3. Yes It's Royalty is a half sister to three winners, including stakes-placed Frosty Royalty.

Cascina (Dixie Union - Isabeau by Prospector's Pick) sold for $80,000 as a weanling, for $55,000 as a yearling, and for $55,000 as a 2-year-old. She is a full sister to one winner, and a half sister to 2 winners, including stakes winner Beau Brass. Beau Brass was a debut winner at 2, and earned $468,129 in his career. Isabeau, dam of Cascina, is a half sister to 2 winners.

Selling for $27,00 as a yearling was Behavioral (Include - Arches of Gold by Strike Gold), who is out of grade III winner Arches of Gold. Arches of Gold did not run at 2, but was 3 for 3 at three, and earned $434,006 overall. She has produced 4 winners, including grade III winner Inspiring. Inspiring was 2 for 2 at 2, and earned $147,388 in her career. Two other offspring of Arches of Gold also won at 2. Arches of Gold is a full sister to one winner, and a half sister to 6 winners, including stakes winner L. B.'s Launch.

Candy and Thunder (Candy Ride (ARG) - Start the Thunder by Thunder Gulch) is a half sister to winner Singingmyhymnsong. Their dam, Start the Thunder, is a half sister to 5 winners, including stakes winner Prospector's Song, and grade II winners Silver Music and Musical Ghost.

New Worker

Chapel Chick (filly; Corinthian - Gata Secreta by Spinning World) worked 3 furlongs in :36.60 at Hollywood Park. She sold for $130,000 as a 2-year-old, and is a half sister to the winner Real Obvious. Their dam, Gata Secreta, is a half sister to 3 winners, including grade II winner Dubleo.

Returning Workers

July 6, 2011

Aikman (colt; Corinthian - Real Cat by Storm Cat) went 4 furlongs in :49.00 at Arlington Park.

Physical Gold (colt; Corinthian - Duchess Zea by Ascot Knight) worked 4 furlongs in :50.00 at Churchill.

At Churchill Downs, Tiara (filly; Corinthian - Fusaichi Lady by Fusaichi Pegasus) went 4 furlongs in :49.00.

At Hollywood, Hand Spun (filly; Hard Spun - Flexible Princess by Honour and Glory) went 5 furlongs in 1:03.00.

Hierro (colt; Hard Spun - Brief Bliss by Navarone) went 4 furlongs in :50.53 at Saratoga.

Marco's Bon Vivant (colt; Hard Spun - Staraway by Star de Naskra) worked 4 furlongs in :50.00 at Churchill Downs. It was his first work, since finishing 6th in a 5 furlong turf race at Churchill on June 25.

Midnight Transfer (colt; Hard Spun - French Satin by French Deputy) worked at Santa Anita, 3 furlongs in :36.20.

At Keeneland, Ice Cream Silence (filly; Street Sense - Double Scoop by Seeking the Gold) worked 4 furlongs in :49.40.

Sim Sala Bim (filly; Street Sense - Wouldthisbemagic by Clever Trick) worked 4 furlongs in :49.84 at Saratoga.

Street Dreams (filly; Street Sense - Honorable Cat by Honor Grades) worked at Churchill, 4 furlongs in :48.40.

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Fran Loszynski

I will always remember you Dublin, Afleet Alex's son walking down the turf in the Kentucky Derby. You did your Dad Alex proud. Thank you Mr. Lucas for believing in this great racehorse. You will have another great colt or fillie by Afleet Alex someday I am sure. Have a great life Dublin and your sons and daughters will shine. Love you.  One of Afleet Alex's first-how could we not love you. Thank you Bloodhorse.

07 Jul 2011 9:55 AM

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