Jazz Ya, a 3-year-old filly, led all the way to win in
maiden special weight company at Santa Anita October 17 in a blazing 1:33
3/5 for a mile on the turf. We're proud to have prepared the mare-mating
research that produced Jazz Ya for Jim Schlagel and Dr. Joseph Sciarra.
Takin It Deep, winner of the 2001
California Derby, was chosen for his owner by Suzanne Cardiff in the Barretts
May sale of 2-year-olds in training. She recommended the California-bred
chestnut colt by Beau Genius out of Here's Lookn Adder, by Superbity, to
client Milton A. Douzas of San Leandro, and he bought the future stakes
winner for $22,000. He won seven races and earned $355,955.
Sale horses produced by Ms. Cardiff's mare-mating program (stud fees at time of conception in parentheses):
2-Year-Olds in Training
Colt by Alwuhush ($10,000) sold for $130,000.
Colt by Irish Tower ($10,000) sold for $100,000.
Colt by Irish Tower ($7,500) sold for $85,000.
Colt by Irish Tower ($7,500) sold for $50,000.
Filly by Stalwart ($5,000) sold for $50,000.
Filly by Runaway Groom ($3,000 NG) sold for $67,000.
Colt by Williamstown ($5,000) sold for $50,000.
Colt by Carr de Naskra ($8,500) sold for $46,000.
Colt by Known Fact ($8,000) sold for $32,000.
Offered But Not Sold
Beau's Tribute, by Beau Genius ($10,000) did not pass veterinary examination, is now a stakes-placed winner of $192,240.
California-breds produced by Ms. Cardiff's mare-mating program (stud fees less than $5,000):
Full Charm - Stakes winner (graded-placed) of $204,440.
Lisa Mac - Stakes winner of $194,235.
Wing Out's Son - Stakes-placed winner of $172,750.
Au Courant Rose - Stakes-placed winner of $127,904.
Miss C. Native - Unraced. Dam of California champion Native
Desert (stakes winner of $719,566).