R-N-D Standardbreds will offer 13 yearlings in the upcoming Hoosier Classic Yearling Sale, providing a good mixture of trotters and pacers from start to finish. One standout on the roster of options for R-N-D is Hip No. 99 Dover Lady.
Dover Lady is the fifth foal from Tymal Tatina, a daughter of Kadabra. She is also a half sister to the standout Indiana trotting mare Country Girl Charm, winner of more than $333,000 with a mark of 1:54.2 and several Indiana Sires Stakes wins to her credit. The second dam is J M Aggie, a winner of more than $300,000 during her career and an Ontario Sires Stakes multiple winner during her career.
Also on the docket for R-N-D is another trotting prospect Queen Suzy, selling as Hip No. 343. The Dover Dan daughter is a half sister to the standout gelding Swan on a Mission, who has a mark of 1:53.4 and more than $240,000 in earnings. The family includes seven winners in nine foals of racing age with Callmesue, a full sister to Queen Suzy and winner of more than $113,000 with a mark of 1:55.3. The second dam has a lot of black type foals as well, including Corinas Mission, who earned more than $400,000 during her career.
Switching to the pacing side, R-N-D is offering a colt by the exciting new sire Capt Midnight. The colt named Captain Kenny is the first foal from Fly Girl, a daughter of Yankee Cruiser with a mark of 1:54.0. She is a daughter of Armbro Dancer, who has a mark of 1:48.4 and earnings over $865,000 and was a major stakes contender on the Grand Circuit. Fly Girl is a half sister to Wichita Lineman (1:50.3, $579,000), When You Dance (1:50.3, $262,000) and Dance It out (1:50.4, $140,000) to name a few. Captain Kenny sells as Hip No. 264 for R-N-D Standardbreds.
All of the yearlings selling under R-N-D Standardbreds can be found in Aisle 28 and 29 at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. The yearlings will be in place for Thursday’s preview before the sale begins on Friday. More information about the yearlings can be obtained by calling Richard Frey at (260) 593-0510.