South Point Grads Rack Up 130 Wins in 2018

South Point Sales graduates and Rockbridge Bloodstock purchases & matings found the winner’s circle 130 times in 2018. The winners came at all major North American tracks as well as in Japan.

She’s the Berries (pictured below) highlighted the year with an impressive victory in the $100,000 La Prevoyante Stakes at Woodbine. Bred by Brereton C. Jones, the filly by Badge of Silver was offered by South Point at the 2016 Keeneland September sale. Overall she’s a 4-time winner of $183,685.

La Prevoyante Stakes winner She's the Berries

Another 2016 September grad, Colonial Creed, is the latest blacktype graduate for South Point. The Jimmy Creed filly followed up a wire-to-wire Maiden Special score at Del Mar on November 10 with a troubled 2nd in the Blue Norther Stakes on New Year’s eve at Santa Anita.

The Rockbridge Bloodstock 2-year-old purchase Dunph earned points toward the 2019 Kentucky Derby with his 3rd-place run in the $400,000 Springboard Mile on December 16. The son of Temple City debuted a 8 1/2-length Maiden Special winner on September 15 and took the $300,000 Spendthrift Juvenile Stallion S. at Churchill Downs by a similar margin the following month.

Other 2018 South Point highlights:

south-pointTriangle Drynachan, sold by South Point Sales at the 2017 Fasig-Tipton New York Preferred Yearling sale, won the first juvenile race of the 2018 Saratoga meeting on July 20.

south-pointTriangle Sutton Impact, a 2015 Keeneland September Yearling grad, sprinted to three straight victories at the Oaklawn Park meeting, capped by a wire-to-wire score in a March 17 Allowance race.

Rockbridge Bloodstock, ThoroughbredAquariva, a Rockbridge Bloodstock yearling purchase, debuted a winner on September 15 at Belmont Park.

south-pointTriangleSubsidary, sold by South Point for $70,000 at the 2017 Fasig-Tipton July sale, won her debut at Woodbine on June 2. The Central Banker filly was bred by James & Janeane Everatt and Arika Everatt-Meeuse of Shannondoe Farm.

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