Tiz The Law Yearlings Make Debut at Fasig-Tipton July
The first yearlings by four-time Grade I winner Tiz The Law make their yearling sale debut appearance this week at the Fasig-Tipton July Sale with seven set to go through the ring on Tuesday.
The first on offer is Hip 17 from Hunter Valley Farm out of Nuhood. That mare is the dam of three-time winner Daimooma and out of the dual Grade I winner Habibti. Habibti is also the dam of multiple graded stakes winner Eldaafer and stakes winner Muhaawara. Muhaawara has produced Grade III winner Shagaf and stakes placed Munqad as a broodmare.
Out of a half-sister to Grade I winner Klimt comes Hip 51 from Blandford Stud. That colt is a half-brother to two winners from two to race, including Classic Empire’s winning Libyan Classic. A winner herself, this colt’s dam Sweet Invention is also a half-sister to Grade III placed West Coast Chick with stakes performers under three of the four dams on this colt’s page. Bred by Narola LLC and Invention Bloodstock, this colt is a January foal with a January 29 birthday.
Hip 292 consigned by Taylor Made Sales is a half-brother to Munnings’ Grade I winning Kimari and one other winner from four to race. They are out of the Grade III winner Cozze Up Lady, who is out of a half-sister to the dam of Grade I winner Giant Killing.
"Kimari was one of the best female sprinters we've seen in North America in the last few years," Mark Taylor told Blood-Horse about the China Horse Club-bred colt. "This is one of the better Tiz the Laws that I've seen. One thing he's got is excellent movement. He really covers a lot of ground, very free. He really unhinges and reaches that shoulder.
"This colt does look like he's going to be precocious to me. I think he could have a very broad appeal. It was interesting to me that his sister was an Ascot 2-year-old because this horse looks like he could have that kind of precocity in him too."
The final Tiz The Law through the ring is Hip 342 from the Paramount Sales consignment.
The filly is a half-sister to three stakes performers, led by the stakes winners Heiko and Street of Gold. Their stakes winning dam Harriett Lane is also a half-sister to Grade III winner Cactus Ridge and stakes winner Sebastian County. Each of this filly’s first three dams have produced stakes performers and his first two produced multiple stakes winners.
Proving how impressed breeder Springhouse Farm was with this filly, they sent Harriett Lane back to Tiz The Law with the mare foaling a filly in April.
Tiz The Law’s weanlings sold for up to $270,000 last year with the group bringing $270,000, $215,000, $190,000, etc.