By Dixieland Heat, an exciting young son of Dixieland Band. He has progeny earnings of over 5 million dollars and is the sire of 2001 three-year-old filly champion and top US sprinting senasation Xtra Heat. His percentage of stakes winners from foals is 4%.
This unnamed colt is out of Having a Party, an allowance winning daughter of J. O. Tobin. Having a Party is the dam of six foals, two starters, two winners. She is a half-sister to the dam of 1997 Puerto Rico champion three-year-old colt Don Guido (by Dixieland Brass) who is now a successful stallion in that country. She is also a half-sister to the dam of stakes horse Beach Bum (by Dixieland Heat), a two-year-old sales topper in Florida who was held in very high regards before an injury ended his racing career. Having a Party's unnamed son by Dixieland Heat is a very close genetic relative to Beach Bum. Other family notables include the 2003 Puerto Rico champion imported three-year-old filly and 2003 Puerto Rico Horse of the Year D'Wildcat Speed (now racing in stakes in the US) and her dam, Puerto Rico's 1995 & 1996 champion imported older mare Velvet Panther.
This unnamed colt yearling colt with good conformation is super fast, always outsprinting his herdmates with ease. He is the most dominant colt in his field and will do just about anything for food. He is healthy and sound and has been raised carefully with a racing career in mind. That includes never having been prepped for a sale, never having been given steroids, and no corrective surgeries done.
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