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PostPosted: Tue Apr 12, 2011 9:41 am 
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Interested in hip 430 . . . filly After Market X Yolanda B. Too.
Anyone happen to know the tentative breeze schedule?

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No, But I have been trying to see the works online and I can't find them


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 13, 2011 5:40 am 
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http://www.horseauctions.com/clients/OC156/

they are underway already.

I found a basic schedule of what hips go on what day, but not the tentative order some other sales companies have. I know it's next to impossible...but any "plan" helps!

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She went in 11.0

I work for the consignor, been taking care of her all winter/spring. She's grown up to be a BIG girl!


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Kelly Kip wrote:
She went in 11.0

I work for the consignor, been taking care of her all winter/spring. She's grown up to be a BIG girl!


Oh wow! I LOVED Yolanda B. Too. What is this filly like? What are your honest impressions?

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She was/is a big, growthy filly. I don't imagine she'll start much before the fall, because I really think she needs to catch up.

She's a nice filly. I am curious to see how she does.


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And flashy, right? I saw her go through the Sept yearling sale and think she had some fairly long stockings . . .

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Yes, she had a blaze and some white feet, but off hand I can't remember which ones :? We had 60 horses in the barn, so the can all run together after a while!

Speaking of flashy, we had a Rockport Harbor colt last year that had a bald face, 4 high whites & a belly spot!


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Kelly Kip wrote:
She went in 11.0

I work for the consignor, been taking care of her all winter/spring. She's grown up to be a BIG girl!


I just watched the breeze.
At first I wasn't impressed, and then I was, especially after watching some other works at :11.
She has efficiency of movement and doesn't seem to paddle like her mom did. She's also not quite as leggy (Yolanda's nickname was "the Gazelle") Plus no whip was used. Some others are hustled along and look like St. Trinians, legs all akimbo, and still only manage :11.
So-- here's hoping!

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12K. :?
worse than 16K as a yearling.

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Toccet02 wrote:
12K. :?
worse than 16K as a yearling.


She was an RNA. I know the owner is probably gonna run her at Calder.

Look for her to be named Starship _____ !


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not Starship Yolanda, please God.
sounds like an Anime title.

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Toccet02 wrote:
not Starship Yolanda, please God.
sounds like an Anime title.


Naw, he's into Star Trek names. Already had one SS Uhura, has one in this sale named SS Sulu.

Maybe Starship Janeway? :lol:


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Kelly Kip wrote:
Toccet02 wrote:
not Starship Yolanda, please God.
sounds like an Anime title.


Naw, he's into Star Trek names. Already had one SS Uhura, has one in this sale named SS Sulu.

Maybe Starship Janeway? :lol:


well, tell him I wish him all the best with her and we're Star Trek people here too!

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I also followed Yolanda when she ran for West Point. She was one of my favorites- won a listed stakes, and placed in several graded events. She also dusted a number of allowance fields.

I wish the owner great success with her offspring. Sometimes RNA is a blessing in disguise, and I'll bet this one is a good one. :)


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