This beautiful filly is by the #1 ranked New York sire who was a multiple G1 winner and earner of over $1.7 million and by a mare who's sire is a broodmare sire of champions. She has the breeding to to run on any surface and compete at classic distances.PEDIGREE PAST PERFORMANCE VIDEO PHOTOS
|Date||Track||Type of Race||Finish||Earnings|
|Nov 5, 2016||Aqu||Md Sp Wt 55K||12||$152|
|Dec 4, 2016||Aqu||Md 25000||8||$124|
|Jan 14, 2017||Pen||Md 10000||1||$8,580|
|Feb 10, 2017||Pen||Clm 13000(15-13)N2L||7||$0|
|Mar 3, 2017||Pen||Clm 9000(10-9)N2L||5||$456|
|Apr 14, 2017||CT||Clm 4500(5-4.5)N2X||1||$6,000|
|Total Earnings for Hibiscus Stables||$15,312|
Baby I'm Blue is entered to run in Fridayís 2nd race at Charles Town which is a $5,000 Claiming N2L race going 6 1/2 furlongs for 3-years-old and up. She drew post position 5 and leading jockey Jose Montano is named to ride. Montano is currently ranked 2nd in the Charles Town jockey standings with 35 wins and a 27% winning percentage.
Baby Iím Blue is currently the 5-2 Daily Racing Form morning line second choice in the race. Sheís the DRF Consensus second choice in the race. Two DRF handicappers select her as their second choice in the race and one DRF handicapper selects her as his third choice in the race.
The purse for this race is $10,000.
First race post time is 7:00 PM and Baby Iím Blue's race is Race 2 which is scheduled to go off at 7:31 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Charles Town for a fun evening of racing.
Baby Iím Blue breezed on Monday working 4 furlongs in 50.47 over the Penn National track. That work was 23rd best out of 25 at the distance.
We spoke with trainer Brandon Kulp after the breeze. Brandon said, ďSheís doing well. This was a freshener to keep her fit. Iíve been asking the racing secretary to write a race for her but so far they havenít done so. Sheís ready to run and on hold waiting for a spot.Ē
Brandon will keep Baby Iím Blue fresh as he waits for the appropriate race to next run her.