Remedy Tops Winter Mixed Sale
Tuesday, February 11, 2020

The Fasig-Tipton Winter Mixed Sale picked up the pace throughout the Feb. 11 second and final session, with the Creative Cause mare Remedy bringing $570,000 in the supplemental catalog to top the sale. Remedy hails from the prolific family of broodmare of the year Leslie's Lady and was sent home to Twin Creeks Farm, who bought out partners Medallion Racing and Parkland Thoroughbreds. "We owned half of her. We just bought the partners out," said Twin Creeks team manager Randy Gullatt. "She's been a favorite filly of ours in our stable and just thought the world of her pedigree. We're planning on breeding her to Constitution and think she's going to be an incredible mare. I just did not want to see her go."

The 5-year-old Remedy (Hip 619) was one of 14 supplemental entries consigned by Taylor Made Sales Agency to the two-day auction and was entered as a broodmare prospect.

"We got some really nice horses that came in late. A horse like Remedy was a standout. She would have been a lovely mare in November, she was a lovely mare in February—she's going to be a lovely mare wherever she is," said Boyd Browning Jr., president and CEO of FasigTipton. 

Remedy was bred in Kentucky by Brereton C. Jones and B. Ned Jones. She is out of the Orientate mare Daisy Mason and is a half sister to the stakeswinning, graded stakes-placed Harry's Holiday. Her second dam is Leslie's Lady, dam of champion Beholder, Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf (G1T) winner and young stallion Mendelssohn, and 2019 leading general sire Into Mischief.

Twin Creeks first purchased Remedy for $200,000 from Airdrie Stud's consignment to the 2016 Keeneland September Yearling Sale. She was trained by Brad Cox and earned $217,344 from a 3-4-0 record in 13 starts, finishing second in the Comely Stakes (G3) and Remington Park Oaks (G3). "We've liked her since we bought her. We bought her as a yearling. She was just something I did not want to lose," Gullatt said. "The pedigree speaks for itself.I think having Constitution—we have a lot of shares in him—as something big-time to breed to something like that, I think she could produce any kind of horse. She was just something we could not lose."

"Remedy was really popular the whole time we were showing her," Taylor said. "Obviously she has the female family, she had the race record, and then she kind of had that intangible. She's very classy. So much brains about her. She'd come out there and just present herself great every time, and we had a lot of big people in there.I 

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