RND Standardbreds, representing Richard Frey, Norman Miller and Danny Frey of Northern Indiana, will once again offer some quality yearlings in the upcoming Hoosier Classic Yearling Sale, set for Friday, Oct. 22 and Saturday, Oct. 23 at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. Included in the consignment are three first foals from some of the top sires in the state.
Kicking off the consignment is Hip No. 54, Don’t Cry Denna, a brown filly by Dover Dan. The trotting bred filly is the first foal from a Cantab Hall mare that is a sister to 40-time winner Mike the Trader, who earned a mark of 1:53.4 and more than a half million dollars. Her dam, Don’t Cry Debbie, was a Pennsylvania Sires Stakes contender with a mark of 1:58.2. She is also a half sister to Big and Little, who has a mark of 1:52.4 and more than $337,000 in earnings.
Another first foal in the RND Standardbreds lineup is Starlit Kissin JK, a brown gelding by JK Endofanera. His dam took a mark of 1:56.3 in 2018 before becoming a brood mare. She is a half sister to Scott Rocks, a millionaire pacer with a mark of 1:48.0. Starlit Kissin JK sells as Hip No. 141.
The final first foal is Hip No. 282, Starlit Rockstar by Rockin Image. The bay gelding is from the mare, Sky Fulla Star with a mark of 1:53.1 and nearly $100,000 in earnings on the Pennsylvania circuit. She is from the family of Happy Dreamer (1:49.2, $665,000) and I Like Dreamin (1:49.1, $584,000).
One yearling sure to get a lot of attention in the RND Standardbreds consignment is Hopeyoudo, Hip No. 334. The You Know You Do filly is a half sister to Country Girl Charm, who is finding success in Indiana this season. She has a mark of 1:54.2 with nearly $200,000 in earnings.
RND Standardbreds will be selling out of Aisle 28 at the Hoosier Classic Yearling Sale. They have six yearlings in their consignment.