Nissley Farms has a small but powerful consignment for the upcoming Hoosier Classic Yearling Sale at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. The farm from Topeka, Ind. has consigned six, with four trotters in the mix. The final one of the consignment represents the first crop of new trotting sire Don’t Let‘Em named Milk N Honey, selling as Hip No. 371.
Milk N Honey is a daughter of Don’t Let‘Em, a son of Muscle Hill who earned more than $600,000 during his career and took a mark of 1:50.2. His first crop has 78 registered foals with 47 of them consigned to the Hoosier Classic Yearling Sale.
Milk N Honey is a first foal out of the Deweycheatumnhowe mare Arancini. She is a sister to the dam of Shirley Goodness, Indiana Sires Stakes winner of nearly $400,000. The filly is part of Nissley’s consignment in Aisle 5.
Another first foal selling for Nissley is Hip No. 113 named Operator. The colt by You Know You Do is the representative of Crazyasclassic, winner of more than $100,000 with a mark of 1:56.0. She is also a sister to Classical Man, who earned in excess of $640,000 with a mark of 1:54.2. In all, the immediate maternal family has produced six $200,000 winners.
Another yearling selling for the Nissley Farm is Gabe’s Cadillac, a son of Luck Be Withyou. The colt is a second foal out of Clear Character, who earned more than $350,000 as a racehorse and is from the family of Ideal Race, who earned a million dollars. Gabe’s Cadillac sells as Hip No. 214.
Other yearlings selling under Nissley’s consignment include Sweet Dream Woman (You Know You Do) as Hip No. 194, Big Swig (Dover Dan) as Hip No. 216, and Rockinwithdaodds, a filly by Odds on Equuleus as Hip No. 228.
To view the yearlings prior to the sale or to get more information, contact Nissley Farms at (260) 336-4653.