Man On The Move Gets First Stakes Winner
Freshman sire gets first stakes winner.
July 28, 2014
On Sunday, freshman sire Man On The Move got his first stakes winner when Girlonthego won the $392,253 Zia Futurity (RG1).
The brown filly won the race by a nose, and has now won three of five starts. Her career earnings stand at $173,696. Girlonthego is out of the Devon Lane (TB) mare Devons Wish, making her a half sister to stakes winner Wish You Had One To (by Stel Corona, $143,594). Girlonthego was bred by Terrance Lane of Bosque, New Mexico, and is owned by Jimmy Negrete and Jimmy Vazquez of Carlsbad, New Mexico.
Man On The Move is an 8-year-old son of The Down Side out of the Strawfly Special mare High Kickin Gal. The stallion made 10 career starts, with three wins, three seconds and earnings of $206,369. He, too, won the Zia Futurity (RG1) in his biggest career race, and in 2010 retired with a career-high speed index of 94.
From a freshman foal crop of 13, Man On The Move has sired six starters, and two winners, with earners of more than $180,000.
Man On The Move is a half brother to stakes winner Blazin Perfection (by Chicks A Blazin, $255,640). His dam is a half sister to Grade 1 winner Chick On The Take (by Chicks Beduino, $168,370).
Owned by a partnership, Man On The Move stands at TNL Farm at Bosque, New Mexico.
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