Horse Racing

Gainesway Stallions McKinzie, Spun To Run Have First Foals

Spun To Run at Gainesway 4.06.21.

Gainesway residents McKinzie and Spun to Run each sired their first foals on Jan. 11, both of them fillies.

Grade 1 winner McKinzie’s first foal came at Hill ‘n’ Dale Farms in Kentucky, out of the winning Midnight Lute mare Withholding Info.

The filly is the first foal out of Withholding Info, who won twice in three starts. She is herself the first foal out of the multiple Grade 1 winner Executiveprivilege, from the family of multiple Grade 1 winner Hoppertunity.

McKinzie, a 7-year-old son of Street Sense, stands for an advertised fee of $30,000 for the upcoming breeding season.

He retired with eight wins in 18 starts and earnings of more than $3.4 million, highlighted by victories in the Grade 1 Los Alamitos Cash Call Futurity, Pennsylvania Derby, Malibu Stakes, and Whitney Stakes, the G2 Alysheba Stakes and Triple Bend Stakes, and G3 Sham Stakes. He also finished in the money in six additional graded stakes, including a runner-up effort in the 2019 Breeders’ Cup Classic.

Spun to Run’s first foal was a filly born in Louisiana, out of the winning Scat Daddy mare L. A. Style.

It is the second foal out of L. A. Style, a three-time winner and half-sister to stakes-placed runners Gettysburg and Devine Charger. Grade 3-placed Funny Sunny is in the extended family.

Spun to Run, a 6-year-old Hard Spun horse, will stand the approaching season for $10,000.

He won five of 12 starts during his on-track career and earned more than $1.1 million. In addition to his triumph in the 2019 Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile, Spun to Run notched a victory in the G3 Smarty Jones Stakes and in-the-money efforts in the G1 Cigar Mile Handicap and Haskell Invitational Stakes.


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