Always B Miki • Andover Hall • Cantab Hall
Class Included • JK Enofanera • Kadabra
• Muscle Hill • Trixton
FEATURING 2020 YEARLINGS BY:
Big first year for JK Endofanera in Indiana
A new stallion is on the scene in Indiana and had a big season. JK Endofanera, a son of Art Major who earned more than $2 million and took a mark of 1:48.2, had a big showing with his first crop of two-year-olds in 2020.
JK Endofanera had 88 foals with 58 starters. Some of his standouts for the year included two-year-old colt and gelding standouts JK Going West, who took a mark of 1:51.0, and What’s Your Beef, who took a mark of 1:51.3 with earnings in excess of $175,000. JK Going West had the fastest time and most money of all freshman pacers this season.
Always A Virgin colt was the highest pacer yearling sold and JK leads the sale with the highest pacer average
With racing in the books in the Hoosier State, the last big happenings of the year are the two days of sales in northern Indiana. Now in their fourth year, the Midwest Mixed Sale and Michiana Classic Yearling Sale take place the week of Thanksgiving at the Michiana Event Center in Shipshewana, giving horsepeople and breeders one last opportunity to add to their stables leading into the 2021 season. Although numbers were a little soft when compared to 2019, quality racing and breeding stock sold well.
Always B Miki has five Breeders Crown entries in the finals for 2 year-old pacing fillies and colts
Two sons of Always B Miki - Perfect Sting and Southwind Gendry - won their respective Breeders Crown eliminations. Joining them in the $600,000 Breeders Crown Two-Year-Old Colt Pace Final will be Always A Miki. In the filly final for $600,000 - Always B Miki will be represented by JK AlWAYSBALADY and Nashville Elgenna.
Whose Blues lowers Philly 3-year-old filly trotter mark in
Sire Stakes action
Whose Blues wins at Harrah’s Philadelphia in a divisional track record time of 1:52.3. The filly bred by Rikki Caldwell (Cane Run Farm) and Bluestone Farms scored in the first leg of the Pennsylvania Sire Stakes for three-year-old trotting fillies, Wednesday afternoon.
Pennsylvania Sire Stakes, Stallion Series debut at Harrah’s Philadelphia
Breed the best to the best and hope for the best is an old racetrack adage, and it produced the fastest Sire Stakes winner, as the offspring of two Horses of the Year. JK Alwaysbalady (Always B Miki / JK She’s salady), posted an easy 4-1/2 lengths victory in an impressive 1:52.1
US-bred Propulsion gets Elitlopp victory in fifth try
On his fifth and perhaps final attempt, the 9-year-old American-bred Propulsion won the Elitlopp on Sunday night (May 31) at the Solvalla track in Stockholm, Sweden. It was the first Elitlopp held without spectators due to the covid-19 pandemic. The Elitloppet is regarded as one of the most prestigious international events in trotting.
Previously, Propulsion had finished second twice and fourth twice in the Elitlopp.
Propulsion is a son of Muscle Hill and the Hall of Fame broodmare Danae, who also won the Hambletonian Oaks. He was bred by Rikki Caldwell and her daughter Elizabeth and son Danny at Cane Run Farm near Lexington, Ky., and with partner Bluestone Farms of Pennsylvania. At last fall’s Lexington Selected Yearling Sale, the breeders sold Propulsion’s full brother for $1 million to the owner of Propulsion, Bengt Agerup (Stall Zet).
Always B Miki tops Australian Pacing Gold Sale
The opening ( phenomenal ) Australian Pacing Gold sale was held at Brisbane’s Albion Park on last Sunday 26 January 2020 (Australia Day weekend) . The APG's Race Series No. 31, forms part of the 2020 Yearling Sales, consisting of a series of two, three and four year old Group races, Prizemoney for this series of races is over $2,400,000
The APG Brisbane Sale (had 39 Lots walk into the ring in total), Lots 14,21,31,represented the first yearlings by Always B Miki’s to be sold in the Southern Hemisphere .
Always B Miki to the Hall of Fame
Goshen, NY — The Living Horse Hall of Fame nominating committee of the Harness Racing Museum and Hall of Fame has announced the results of recent balloting to determine the 2020 inductees into the Harness Racing Living Horse Hall of Fame.
Museum members voted for the three horses they felt best exemplified greatness. Their choices are racehorses Always B Miki and Sweet Lou and race mare Bee A Magician. The other nominees were Chapter Seven, Father Patrick and Peaceful Way.
JK Endofanera led all sires at the 2020 Hoosier Classic Yearling Sale
The 46 yearlings grossed $1,339,198 with an average sale price of $29,113. JK's Speed, a colt (JK Endofanera/Safta Perry), topped the sale at $240,000 - recording the highest price ever paid for an Indiana bred yearling at auction. Another yearling the GT Miss Royal brought $115,000. Both colts were consigned by Victory Hill Farm of LaGrange, Indiana and were purchased by 3 Brothers Stable.
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