When 3.74 inches of rain from Thursday to Saturday forced the Dec. 26 Santa Anita Park card off the turf, two runners who had broken their maidens on the dirt but had now found a home on the grass found themselves back on the main track, locked in a dramatic duel to the wire in …[ Read More ]
If there was a horse that did poorly in Monday’s draw for the Breeders’ Cup Classic, it was Tiz The Law. Luck left him stuck inside in post 2, a place that flies in the face of the conventional wisdom that says the Belmont Stakes likes it better when he races to the outside. Lead …[ Read More ]
The Belmont Stakes winner got to Lexington two weeks ago, and by all accounts from connections, he feels a lot better there. Tiz the Law should feel at home. He was raised just 20 miles away from the Keeneland Track at Twin Creeks Farm. “He seems to like it,” Tagg said after Tiz The Law …[ Read More ]
TIZ THE LAW was much the best in the G1 Champagne Stakes pulling away to a 4 length victory and earning him an all expenses paid spot in the $2 million Breeder’s Cup Juvenile G1 on Nov 1st at Santa Anita. TIZ THE LAW is the son of first crop sire CONSTITUTION out of the …[ Read More ]
Constitution, the brilliant multiple Grade 1-winning son of Tapit, is connected to three mares that fetched seven figures in the last three days at prominent breeding stock sales in Lexington, KY, including his first in-foal mare to sell on Wednesday at Keeneland November for $2,200,000. Cataloged as Hip 447 at KEENOV, Ithinkisawapudycat proved to be …[ Read More ]
WinStar Farm’s and Twin Creeks Racing’s multiple grade I winner Constitution has been retired to stud at WinStar for 2016. The son of Tapit will stand for a fee of $25,000 stands and nurses. Trained by Todd Pletcher, Constitution won the 2014 Florida Derby (gr. I) in just his third career start and returned at age 4 to …[ Read More ]
Constitution will try to resume his Multiple GI winning form on Saturday in the GI Jockey Club Gold Cup at Belmont. He has his regular rider, Javier Castellano, and will break from post position three. The Jockey Club Gold Cup is the biggest race of Belmont Park’s fall meet and is a “Win and You’re In” …[ Read More ]
Constitution continues to catch the eyes of horsemen, clockers and spectators as he glides across the Saratoga surface, with regular exercise rider Ezequiel Perez aboard, making the 5/8 work look like a walk in the park while others struggle over the deep surface. Constitution, winner of the 2014 GI Florida Derby and 2015 GI Donn …[ Read More ]
Constitution,winner of the Donn Handicap (gr. I) Feb. 7 at Gulfstream Park, has been ruled out of the $10 million Dubai World Cup (UAE-I) March 28 at Meydan Racecourse because of heat and soreness in his left shin. The 4-year-old son of Tapit ‘s injury was discovered March 8 at Palm Beach Downs. “After breezing him on Saturday, …[ Read More ]
Won the $1,000,000 Florida Derby (G1) at 3, $500,000 Donn Handicap (G1) at 4 – the first son of TAPIT to win Grade 1s in consecutive years.
111 Beyer speed – the fastest racehorse around two turns ever sired by TAPIT.
One of only two multiple G1-winning millionaire sons of the world’s leading sire, TAPIT.
Named a TDN Rising Star after an impressive debut win, sprinting 7f in 1:23 1/5.
At 3: Dominant 3 1/4-length winner of a loaded Allowance race in his second start, defeating multiple G1 winner TONALIST.
At 3: Undefeated Florida Derby winner in just his third start, bravely darting through a small hole at the rail to prove bes.t
Won first three lifetime starts at 7 furlongs, 8 1/2 furlongs, 9 furlongs
At 4: Wire-to-wire winner of the Donn H. in his first start of the year, defeating defending Donn winner LEA.
Among the elite sons of record-breaking champion sire TAPIT, out of the young multiple Graded stakes producer, BAFFLED, by champion sire DISTORTED HUMOR.
From the immediate family of G1 winners AWESOME HUMOR and EMCEE.