IN THE EARLY 1990s, trainer Randy Gullatt and owner Steve Davison, friends since childhood, were campaigning the multiple stakes-winning mare La Paz on the Northern California circuit. When the team’s focus shifted to the breeding side of the business in 1992, La Paz began a career as a broodmare in Central Kentucky and later produced …[ Read More ]
MISSION IMPAZIBLE, Leading Sire by Earnings, will try to lengthen his lead this weekend. Two of his off-springs, will try to run one-two in the Rockville Centre S. while Paz The Bourbon will look to enter the winner’s circle in the Lynbrook S. on Sunday, closing day at Belmont. Twin Creeks Racing will send out …[ Read More ]
By Evan Hammonds BH Daily Mission Impazible won a pair of grade II stakes and earned more than $1.2 million in a 21-start, four-year racing career from 2009-12. A grade I win proved elusive as Mission Impazible finished second in three top-level stakes. But he’s not second in 2016, as the 9-year-old son of Unbridled’s …[ Read More ]
MISSION IMPAZIBLE leads all North American Sires with two-year-olds. What is more astounding is the fact that he is on top of this list having less than half the number of two year olds on the ground than most of his competitors. Mission Impazible’s two year olds have earned over $185,000 with SILVER MISSION leading …[ Read More ]
New York-based freshman sire MISSION IMPAZIBLE got his first black-type stakes winner June 10 when SILVER MISSION captured the $200,000 Tremont Stakes at Belmont Park. The 2-year-old colt out of Nashinda, by Silver Deputy, became Mission Impazible’s first winner earlier in the year, when he won a $100,000 maiden special weight event April 21 at Aqueduct Racetrack. In the Tremont’s short field of …[ Read More ]
A colt from the first crop ofMission Impazible worked a quarter-mile in :21 3/5 to top the May 18 under tack show workouts for the upcoming Fasig-Tipton Midlantic sale of 2-year-olds in training. Consigned by Blue River Bloodstock as Hip 371, the Mission Impazible colt that equaled the fastest time so far for a quarter-mile was …[ Read More ]
Mission Impazible left Twin Creeks Farm today and is heading to Sequel Stallions New York where he will begin his 3rd season at stud. His second crop of foals is expected this year and he is eager to get this season started![ Read More ]
Mission Impazible, the multiple Grade 2-winning millionaire by Unbridled’s Song, sired his first foal when a filly was born late Monday, Jan. 20th at Hidden Lake Farm in Otisville, NY. The dark bay filly, with a striking white blaze, is out of the Forest Wildcat mare Stella Be Good, a half-sister to Grade 2 winner …[ Read More ]
Twin Creeks Farm and Taylor Made Stallions announced yesterday that the Grade I winner Graydar (Unbridled’s Song) will be retired to his late sire’s former residence, and Twin Creeks’ Randy Gullatt didn’t wait long to purchase some mares to breed to the 4-year old. Included was yesterday’s sale topper, Little Bug (Dixie Union–Gin Running, by …[ Read More ]
Multiple G2 Millionaire by Unbridled’s Song Arguably the most versatile son of UNBRIDLED’S SONG: Named a TDN Rising Star after winning his 2yo debut over 4 1/2 furlongs in the Spring at Keeneland.
At 3: Won $750,000 Louisiana Derby (G2) over G1 winners Drosselmeyer, Discreetly Mine, Ron the Greek.
At 4: Won $500,000 New Orleans H. (G2) at 1 1/8 miles, defeating G1 winner Giant Oak; Runner-up in the Clark (G1) to Horse of the Year candidate Wise Dan. Runner-up in Stephen Foster (G1) by a head.
At 5: Runner-up in the Donn H. (G1), losing by a nose on the wire; Also runner-up in the New Orleans H. (G2).
Out of the Hold Your Peace mare La Paz, producer of 3 Graded stakes winners. Retires sound with earnings of $1,284,949.