This well-balanced and correct Maryland-bred weanling filly is by multiple graded stakes winner McCraken out of Another Secret, by Tizdejavu. She was foaled March 17, 2020, and is currently located in Gambrills, MD where she is available for inspection. Owner is asking $15,000.00, or best offer. Photos and walking videos below. For more information, contact [email protected] or call (617) 595-8849.
This filly is from the first crop of the Kentucky-based McCraken, who was an unbeaten grade 2 winner and TDN Rising Star at 2, the early favorite for the Kentucky Derby and a multiple graded winner at 3, and a graded caliber performer at 4 as well. He retired with six wins in 14 starts having earned $869,728, and covered 104 mares in his first book at Airdrie Stud in Kentucky for a $10,000 stud fee.
McCraken is the most precocious runner by Horse of the Year and leading sire Ghostzapper ($85,000 stud fee in 2021), out of the homebred Janis Whitman mare Ivory Empress, by Seeking the Gold, who is also the dam of 2020 multiple graded winner Four Graces, plus a pair of graded stakes-placed winners.
This filly is the first foal out of her dam, Another Secret, was a two-time winner at 7 furlongs and one mile, both on dirt, earning $42,725. Another Secret is one of 8 winners from 9 starters out of Cosmic Secrets, with six of those winners having earned more than $100,000 each, including the 3x stakes-placed winner Kipling’s Joy.
Two of Another Secret’s half-sisters are already stakes-producers: Quiet Hope is the dam of stakes-placed winner Squidward, and Cosmic Energy is the dam of stakes-placed winner Talkthetalk. All five of Another Secret’s half-sisters have already produced winners in the breeding shed.
Cosmic Secrets is a full-sister to a pair of stakes winners, and is a half-sister to grade 3 winning 2YO Wildly Special. Their dam, You’re Too Special, was a stakes winner and grade 3-placed.
This filly is bred on the Awesome Again/Cee’s Tizzy cross that is responsible for Grade 1 Winners Paynter and Oxbow, grade 2 winner Bravazo, plus 2020 grade 3 winner Harpers First Ride.