Cindago Now on TrueNicks

Cindago (TrueNicks,SRO) broke his maiden in stylish fashion as a juvenile at Santa Anita, leaving eventual grade I winner Latent Heat in his wake. As a 3-year-old the colt knocked off two more grade I winners, Wood Memorial S. (gr. I) winner Bob and John and Santa Anita Derby (gr. I) winner Brother Derek, in the El Cajon Stakes at Del Mar.

Cindago is one of the many good runners by the exceptionally consistent sire Indian Charlie. He's out of the Turkoman mare Tupelo Belle, a granddaughter of the Chieftain mare Silken Doll, who also happens to be the granddam of one of the more promising young sires in North America in Speightstown.

Cindago’s first crop are newly turned juveniles. He stands at Legacy Ranch in California along side newcomer Papa Clem (TrueNicks,SRO).

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