Please Daddy

Please Daddy won at Delaware yesterday and this interesting article appeared on todays Thoroughbred Daily News:

Please Daddy first career winner for The Daddy. Please Daddy closed from off the pace under Terry Thompson to win the ninth race at Delaware Park on Monday and become the first career winner for Central Kentucky-based stallion The Daddy.

Trained by Graham Motion for owner-breeder Brereton C. Jones, Please Daddy completed the six-furlong maiden claiming race in 1:13.44 on a track rated as fast after finishing third in her career debut on July 6, also at Delaware Park. Please Daddy is one of five winners from six starters out of the Silver Hawk mare Family Silver. Grade 1 winner Family Enterprize, by Tri Jet, is Please Daddy’s second dam.

An eight-year-old by Valid Expectations out of stakes-placed winner With a rincess, by With Approval, The Daddy stood the 2010 season at Jones’ Airdrie Stud in Midway, Kentucky, for an advertised fee of $2,500. A half brother to Grade 2 winner With a City, The Daddy has 48 two-year-olds in his first crop.

The Daddy won three of four career starts, taking the 2005 Super Derby (G2) by a neck over A. P. Arrow. He earned $517,700 in one season on the track.

◆The Daddy SD (6/1) PLEASE DADDY, Dk b. or br. f. 2, Family Silver, by Silver Hawk. Delaware Park, 8/2, 6f, fast, 1:13.44. Won by 1 1/4. O—Brereton C. Jones; B—Brereton C. Jones (Ky.); T—H. Graham Motion.

2-1-0-1, $17,200. First Career Winner for The Daddy SD.{jcomments on}

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