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First Foals Born for McKinzie, Spun to Run

Two fillies were born in Kentucky and Louisiana Jan. 11.

McKinzie takes the 2019 Whitney Stakes at Saratoga Race Course

McKinzie takes the 2019 Whitney Stakes at Saratoga Race Course

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Gainesway Farm stallions McKinzie  and Spun to Run  were represented by their first foals, two fillies, who were each born Jan. 11. 

Four-time grade 1 winner and millionaire McKinzie's first foal was a filly born near Lexington at Hill 'n' Dale Farm out of the winning Midnight Lute  mare Withholding Info. The filly was the first foal from her dam, a homebred for Michael Pegram, Karl Watson, and Paul Weitman. Witholding Info is out of the multiple grade 1-winning mare Executiveprivilege (First Samurai ), a half sister to Hoppertunity , a multiple grade 1-winner and earner of over $3.5 million on the track. 

Pegram, Watson, and Weitman also raced McKinzie, Exectuvieprivilege, and Hoppertunity.

McKinzie, a son of Street Sense  out of graded stakes winner Runway Model, retired to stud in 2021 after capturing eight of 18 races and earning $3,473,360. He will stand for $30,000 this year.

A filly by 2019 Big Ass Fans Breeders' Cup Dirt Mile (G1) victor Spun to Run was foaled in Louisiana, produced from the winning Scat Daddy mare L.A. Style. The dam is a half sister to 5 winners, including stakes-placed runners Gettysburg and Devine Charger. She was sold to DeAndrea Conway for $6,000 while carrying the Spun to Run filly at the 2021 Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale from the Buckland Sales consignment. She has a yearling filly by Tapiture .

Spun to Run (Hard Spun ) will stand for $10,000 in 2022.