Way of Jace (c, 2, Quality Road-Out Post, by Silver Deputy), $510,000 Keeneland’s Sept. 1 year old purchase, on display at Ellis Park Saturday afternoon. “TDN Rising Star” honor.
Bay performed 48 2/5 (2/90) at 48 2/5 (2/90) at Churchill Downs on 29 July for Brad Cox, outside against this deep bunch in the post 9. smashed by the 7-5 favour, while being drawn to the .
He trailed the first quarter for third place in 22.47 seconds, boldly closing in with confident handling and going three wide on the turn home to win by six and a quarter lengths.a second starter on hold (Bavaria) are second.
this is the thirteenth ‘Star of Hope’ for the road of quality.
Placing multiple stakes from the same female family as champions Silverbulletday (Silver Deputy) and GISW Forest Secrets (Forest Wildcat), Out Post won $250,000 as a KEESEP year-old from breeder Richard Santulli. After giving birth to a mare at Carlin this year, the winner’s mother was returned to Quality Road.
Jace’s Road is bred in a cross (Quality Road x Deputy Minister) similar to Champion Abel Tasman and GISW Spring Quality.
Winning co-owners, the West Point Thoroughbreds were represented by a promising debut winner and the $500,000 FTSAUG Alumni Battle of Normandy (City of Lights) at the opener of the Whitney Card in Saratoga.
3rd-Ellis, $60,170, MSW8-6, 2yo, 6f, 1:09.80, feet, 6 1/4 lengths.
JACE’S ROAD, c, 2, by Quality Road
First Dam: Out Post (MSP, $203,690) by Silver Deputy
Second Dam: Secret Wildcat by Forest Wildcat
The Third Dam: Secrets of the Garden, Depends on the Time of Change
Sales history: $510,000 Ylg ’21 KEESEP. Lifetime record: 1-1-0-0, $36,000. Click Equibase.com Chart Also Free Equineline.com Catalog Style Pedigree.
O-West Point Thoroughbreds & Albaugh Family Stables LLC; B-Colts Neck Stables LLC (KY); T-Brad H. Cox.