January 23, 2014

The first yearlings from Grade 3 winner SING BABY SING hit the market in 2013, and horsemen and women were impressed with the fast-looking youngsters by the Unbridled’s Song stallion.

Buyers of SING BABY SING yearlings included Shari and Barry Eisaman, whose Florida-based Eisaman Equine landed a filly from the stakes-winning Smoke Buster (Smoke Glacken) at Keeneland September. The filly was consigned by Lane’s End.

At Fasig’s Texas Summer Yearling Sale, Christie Grisham purchased a SING BABY SING filly out of the stakes-placed Proudtobeaprado (El Prado {Ire}), while Michael Neitherlin signed for a granddaughter of MSW Bluegrass Sara.

SING BABY SING, a terrific outcross for Northern Dancer and Bold Ruler-line mares, has all the ingredients of a top sire. His dam, stakes winner Roll Over Baby, sold for $1 million while carrying a full-sibling to SING BABY SING back in 2002. Roll Over Baby has produced four stakes winners in total, including GSW Roll Hennessy Roll and the multiple Grade 1 performer Value Plus—a full-sibling to SING BABY SING who at $1.1 million is the 2nd-highest-priced short yearling to ever sell at Keeneland January.

Another full to SING BABY SING, the MGSP Werblin, was an $850,000 yearling, while half-brother Morocco established a new world record for a juvenile-in-training when he sold for $2 million back in 1999.

SING BABY SING’s pedigree shone through on the track. Campaigned by Tom Durant, SING BABY SING was first or second in 15 of 22 starts and earned over $485,000.

His victories included a smashing win in the 6-furlong G3 Phoenix H. at Keeneland in 2008, won in 1:08 2/5. SING BABY SING also captured the Remington Park Sprint Championship S. in a time of 1:22 2/5 for the seven furlongs and the Bob Johnson Memorial S. in a mile time of 1:34 2/5.

SING BABY SING has been well-supported by Lane’s End and by Texas breeders. Keep an eye out for his first runners in 2014!

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