|Sire:||Big Blue Kitten|
|Dam:||Nieve (English Channel)|
|Birthdate:||April 2, 2018|
|Circuit:||New York or Kentucky|
| PURCHASE DETAILS:
|Price:||See Additional Info|
|Acquired:||OBS (July 16, 2020)|
|Trainer:||Brad Cox or Chad Brown|
Even more significant discounts are available for more substantial investments, including your name on the program, with a 20% share with the option of getting directly billed by the trainer and veterinarians.
Offering prices cover all of our acquisition expenses such as; entity set-up, bloodstock agent commissions, one-year of mortality insurance, all our sale vet work, scans, scopes, our company lodging, travel, and labor expenses.
For questions regarding monthly expenses, check out the Earnings and Expenses section of our website.
Note: Ongoing expenses are always retroactive to our July 16, 2020 purchase date of the horse.
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2YO (KY) FILLY by BIG BLUE KITTEN (KITTEN'S JOY)
2YO FILLY by BIG BLUE KITTEN (KITTEN'S JOY)
Today, on the last day of the Ocala Breeders Sale, we acquired HIP 966, a two-year-old filly by Eclipse Champion 4-time G1 winner, Big Blue Kitten, Kitten's Joy winningest son.
Either Brad Cox or Chad Brown will train this filly after a 2-3 week break at beautiful Margaux Farm in Kentucky.
The filly breezed in a quick and determined 10.1, impressively carrying that speed beyond the wire registering the first eighth of the gallop-out in a blistering 10.74.
Her stride length was 23.8 feet per Equix Prostride, but it was her explosiveness through the wire and around the turn that truly showed how much athleticism she has.
Bloodstock agent Conor Foley described her as a "ninja"; therefore, we have named her NINJA KITTEN!
From a physical appearance, she has a nicely angled shoulder, well-set withers, and for a filly, she has plenty of substance, packing plenty of muscle in her forearm and gaskin.
Adding to the physicals, she was all class in the auction ring. Watch her sell in the auction ring here.
For those who believe in TrueNick Ratings, the filly scored a B+!
To top it off, she looks a lot like her daddy and was bred by one of the premier breeders Calumet Farm in Lexington, KY.