The Hole in the Wall Gang Consignment

 

The horses in the Hole in the Wall Gang consignment were purchased with funds provided by the BC Horse Racing Management Committee for the purpose of directly enhancing the horse population at Hastings Racecourse and as such, are currently owned by the Industry. As such, all funds from their sale will be returned to Industry Enhancement Programs.

These horses are being sold without reserve, therefore, certain conditions will apply.

  1. Their papers will be retained in the Hastings Race Office for the entire 2020 season and cannot be raced elsewhere for the duration of the 2020 Hastings season.

2.The horses will not be eligible for any of the existing Incentive Programs.

  1. Buyers, as a Condition of Purchase will be required to sign an agreement acknowledging the conditions and committing to abide by them.

All the Hole in the Wall Gang horses have been scoped by Rob Leakos. He is authorized to provide the results of the scopes to any potential purchaser who wants the information.

Two-Year Olds

The Hole in the Wall gang consignment of  two-year-olds were purchased at  the 2019 Fasig- Tipton Yearling Sale in Lexington, Kentucky. Richard Kent of  Kaizen Sales was retained to purchase horses that he identified as desirable prospects. Mr. Kent has a long history as a successful bloodstock agent, having bought and sold several thousand horses in his career. A number of those were inexpensive purchases that were later sold and went on to very successful racing careers.

All the two-year-old consigned by the Hole in the Wall Gang had 30 days of breaking in the faIl of 2019 under the supervision of trainer Mark Cloutier. Beginning January 10, 2020, they were galloped on the Canmor Farms track when the weather permitted, otherwise on the equicizer. They came to the track February 24, 2020 and have been training since.

Mark Cloutier believes all the two-year-olds will be capable of winning at Hastings. He particularly likes Adrees Run, and is also impressed by Strong Attitude, Airaffair, and Cool City

 

 

 

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Jersey City (f)

 

Pay My Way (c)

Trainer Comments — Mark Cloutier

 

Good sized, strong filly. Will run early. Speedy

 

Very classy and relaxed. Bows neck and goes

8 Sing out Loud (f) Will be fast. Brave cooperative and compliant
10 Strong Attitude (r) Precious. Very forward with great attitude. Good stride (ridgling)
12 Airaffair (c) Solid good-sized colt, Intelligent. Amadeo Perez’s top pick
13 Adrees Run (c) A calm, cool and collected individual. Very athletic. Mark’s top pick
14 Be Cool (f) Very willing filly. Good stride really reaches for the ground. Athletic
16 Be Quick (c) Very forward colt. Will do whatever asked. Well behaved
17 Certifiable (f) Long striding, strong well-developed filly. Very smart
18 Closing In (f) A lanky filly. Easy to get along with. Very willing
19 Cool City (f) A classy nice moving very willing filly
20 Departure (c) A big and strong great moving gelding. Very steady
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