TAPWRIT’s First Juveniles Set For OBS March

A juvenile stakes winner turned classic winning 3-year-old, $1.2 million yearling TAPWRIT is set for another exciting milestone in his career when his first 2-year-olds go through the ring at the OBS March Sale on March 15 and 16.

A precocious son of TAPIT, TAPWRIT also has that juvenile form coming through his Grade 1 winning juvenile dam Appealing Zophie. In addition to her own success at two, Appealing Zophie has also seen all but one of her 2-year-old runners win in their juvenile season and two of her daughters have produced stakes-placed juveniles as well.

Hip #UTTSexDamDam SireFoaling DateBarnConsignor
429.4CPrincess AddyQuality Road3/22/20205Wavertree Stables, Inc. (Ciaran Dunne), Agt
172OUTFSummertimeSiberian Summer4/23/202013Brick City Thoroughbreds
30910FBlueeyesinthereinMagna Graduate3/23/20201Top Line Sales LLC, Agt
350OUTCChiaElusive Quality3/3/202010Randy Miles, Agt
61510.1FMissbelle O's TaleTale of the Cat4/22/202013Crown Thoroughbred
621OUTCModisteUncle Mo5/12/20202Bold Arrow Thoroughbreds


The the first TAPWRIT in the catalog comes from Wavertree Stables as Hip 42.

The colt out of the Quality Road mare Princess Addy was a $100,000 yearling at Fasig-Tipton last October and was bred by Pippa’s Hurricane. His dam’s half-sister is the dam of last year’s Listed Street Sense Stakes winner Howling Time. This is also the family of Grade 2 winner Desert Party and stakes winner Elliecat.

He went :09.4 in the under tack show on Thursday.

Out of the Grade 3 winning Blueeyesintherein, Top Line Sales’ Hip 309 is a half-sister to four winners from four of racing age. The bay filly co-bred by Gainesway and Bridlewood Farm in Kentucky was a $165,000 yearling at last year’s Keeneland September Yearling Sale for her sire.

This filly’s dam is one of two stakes performers for Tartufi, who also produced Grade 3-placed Set the Sale with one of Tartufi’s daughters producing Bob Hope Stakes (G3) runner-up Uncle Boogie. This family has international appear with graded stakes performers on three different continents named on her page, including Grade 1 winner Hevea.

She went 10 flat in the under tack show on Friday

Hip 615 is out of the proven stakes producer Missbelle o’s Tale, who has produced five winners from seven to race. That group is led by the stakes winning Done Deal and Morning Coffee. Bred by Gainesway and Bridlewood, this bay TAPWRIT daughter has stakes winners under each of her three dams named on the page with her dam a half-sister to Grade 2 winner High Again and her third dam producing multiple graded stakes winner and Grade 1-placed Strolling Belle.

HIP 615 breezed :10.1 on Sunday at the under tack show.