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All Around Cowboy

All Around Cowboy is a two-year old son of Allstar Dancer, a son of the great City Zip.

City Zip is the sire of 91 stakes winners and 7 champions including Grade 1 winner
Improbable ($2,729,000), champion turf filly Dayatthespa ($2,228,000), and horse of the
year Catch a Glimpse ($1,853,000).

All Around Cowboy is out of a winning Horse Greeley mare, Cowgirl Greeley, who has
produced 100% winners from starters. Her first foal, Magic Cowboy, broke his maiden
as a two-year old, and was twice stakes placed as a juvenile. Cowgirl Greeley’s dam,
Sporty Card, produced 9 winners including the multiple stakes winning / Grade 3 placed
gelding Jersey Giant ($405,000) and stakes winning / Grade 2 placed mare Salary Drive
($205,000). All Around Cowboy is bred on the City Zip / Gone West cross that has
produced 78% winners from starters including recent Grade 2 winner Conclude
($360,000) and the multiple stakes winning mare Look Quickly ($298,000).

Golden Pursuit (TX)

Golden Pursuit is a two-year old son of My Golden Song, Texas’ champion freshman
sire in 2011 and a perennial top five stallion over the last twelve years.
His progeny have earned just shy $9,000,000, with 16 stakes winners and 32 stakes performers. His
runners have averaged $55,000 in lifetime earnings, led by Sunlit Song ($730,000),
Thegirlinthatsong ($480,000) and Fiftyshadesofgold ($420,000).

Golden Pursuit is out of a winning Niagara Causeway mare who’s granddam, Number’s Game, was a stakes winner and earner of $250,000. This gelding is bred on the Unbridled / Giant’s Causeway cross that has produced 82% winners from starters,
which is represented by the recent Grade 3 winning filly Fun and Feisty ($302,000) as well as the multiple stakes winner Big Changes ($575,000).

Sweet Karat Cake (TX)

Sweet Karat Cake is a two-year old daughter on Karakontie, a multiple Grade 1 winner,
Breeder’s Cup Champion, and earner of nearly $2,000,000. Karakonite is the sire of
Graded Stakes winners on dirt and turf, including the Grade 1 winner Spendarella

($795,000), Grade 2 winner Princess Grace ($1,813,000) and recent Grade 1 winner
and 2023 Breeder’s Cup Juvenile Turf Hopeful She Feels Pretty ($262,000).
Karakontie’s two-year olds averaged a sales price of $41,000 in 2023, as he has been
named Kentucky’s Value Sire in 2019, 2022, and 2023.
Sweet Karat Cake is out of a winning More Than Ready mare, Apple Strudel, who has
produced five winners from six foals to race including the multiple stakes placed Sixties
Music. Apple Strudel’s granddam, Smart Angle, was named the champion two-year old
filly in the United States (1979), became a four-time Grade 1 winner, and earned nearly
$415,000. Sweet Karat Cake is bred on the Karakontie / More Than Ready cross that
has produced 60% winners from starters, including G1 winner and Breeders Cup
Juvenile Turf favorite She Feels Pretty as well as the stakes winning juvenile King

Ru Mor Starter (TX)

Rumor Starter is a two-year old son of Moro Tap, a stakes placed son of the great Tapit.
Moro Tap has sired five stakes performers and his progeny have earned nearly
$2,400,000. His runners have averaged $35,000 in lifetime earnings and are led by
Moro Said Ready ($120,000), Tap the Dot ($237,000), and Moro Appeal ($150,000).
Ru Mor Starter is out of the Bernardini mare Capellini, who is a descendant of an
extremely prominent Godolphin bloodline. Her granddam was a multiple graded stakes
winner, earner of $630,000, and the mother of champion two-year old Midshipman
($1,584,000) as well as the multiple stakes winning Fast Cookie ($557,000), who
produced multiple Grade 1 winner Frosted ($3,972,000). Ru Mor Starter has a full
brother (Moro Mafia) who is a two-time winner and broke his maiden against open
company. The Tapit / Bernardini cross that this gelding is bred on has produced the
multiple Grade 1 placed Jesus’ Team ($1,383,000) and the Grade 3 winning mare
Project Whiskey ($305,000).

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