FOR SALE – Percentage of Future Breeder’s Awards for Two New York Racehorses!

FOR SALE - Exciting and unique opportunity to purchase 100% of future breeder’s awards earned by the racehorse Indy’s Lady (and all other foals of Sweet Aloha except Filibustin) and one-third of future breeder’s awards earned by the racehorse Filibustin paid by the New York State Thoroughbred Breeding & Development Fund Corporation.

    FOR SALE – Percentage of Future Breeder’s Awards for Two New York Racehorses!
     
    Exciting and unique opportunity to purchase 100% of future breeder’s awards earned by the racehorse Indy’s Lady (and all other foals of Sweet Aloha except Filibustin) and one-third of future breeder’s awards earned by the racehorse Filibustin paid by the New York State Thoroughbred Breeding & Development Fund Corporation.
     
    Indy’s Lady is a dark bay or brown filly foaled April 16, 2015 by sire Take Charge Indy ($1.1M career winnings) out of dam Sweet Aloha ($133k career winnings), broodmare sire Western Cat.  Indy’s Lady has already earned over $187k with 12 starts in two years, earning $20,000 for her only 2019 start, a 2nd place finish.  Her pedigree includes the record-setting champion Secretariat, who won the Triple Crown in 1973.  She comes from a successful family: 56% of foals from her sire, Take Charge Indy, have started races, while 34% have become winners and eight are black-type winners, earning nearly $6.6M total in the combined careers of all his progenies.  Indy’s Lady is consigned by Scanlon Training and her trainer is Jeremiah Englehart.
     
    Filibustin is a dark bay or brown mare foaled March 7, 2014 by sire Bustin Stones ($480k career winnings) out of dam Sweet Aloha ($133k career winnings), broodmare sire Western Cat.  Filibustin is a black-type winner and has already earned over $288k with 16 starts in just two years.  She is in her stride this year, with $42k in just two 2019 starts, including a 1st place finish.  Her pedigree includes the outstanding breeding stallion Mr. Prospector.  She has a winning family history: 74% of foals from her sire, Bustin Stones, have started races, while 58% have become winners and seven are black-type winners, earning nearly $11M total in the combined careers of all his progenies.  Filibustin is consigned by Hunter Valley Farm and her trainer is Gary Contessa.  
     
    The New York Thoroughbred Breeding and Development Fund Corporation administers an awards and incentives program for thoroughbreds foaled in New York who race on New York tracks.  In 2017, the Fund distributed more than $15 million in award payments to breeders, owners, and stallion owners.  Further information regarding the Fund can be found online at http://www.nytbreeders.org/breeding/incentives.cfm.  Horse pedigree and career statistics are available at www.equibase.com.  Please note published career winnings include prize, purse, and award money from sources beyond the extent of this offering.  Past performance is no guarantee of future results. 
     
    This sale is subject to the approval of the US Bankruptcy Court.  This offering is being sold by Kevin R. McCarthy, Bankruptcy Trustee.

    This sale is subject to the approval of the US Bankruptcy Court. This offering is being sold by Kevin R. McCarthy, Bankruptcy Trustee.