than 200 stakes winners during his stud career, including G1 winners Rushing Fall, Roy H, Uni, Verrazano, Daredevil, Samaready, Catholic
Boy, Regally Ready, etc. He is also the broodmare sire of G1 winners Aspen Grove, Bivouac, Cafe Pharoah, Miracles of Life, Structor, etc.This filly’s dam is the Irish stakes winner Look At Me, who placed in four group stakes races during her career, and who is already the dam of 3 winners, including 2YO stakes winner Kind of Magic, and 2023 winner Justin’s Legacy (who most recently competed in the G2 Del Mar Derby). Look At Me has a 2YO filly by Noble Mission currently in-training at Belmont with a weanling colt by Mendelssohn in the pipeline, and she was mated to Oscar Performance for 2024.
Three daughters of Look At Me have foals of racing age with the sires of their upcoming runners including the likes of War Front, Dark Angel, Arrogate, American Pharoah, Charlatan, Omaha Beach, etc.
Look At Me’s dam (and this filly’s 2nd dam) is the G3 winner Queen Cleopatra, who placed in two European classics and is also the dam of Look At Me’s multiple G3-winning full-brother Francis of Assisi and her 3/4-sister Wave, the dam of G2 winner and 4x G1-placed Cliffs of Moher.
Queen Cleopatra is a full-sister to the multiple classic-winning miler Henrythenavigator (also 2nd in the G1 Breeders’ Cup Classic), and her dam (this filly’s 3rd dam) was the G1-winning 2YO filly Sequoyah.Sequoyah was a full-sister to the G1-winning 2YO filly Listen, the ancestress of a productive Japanese branch of this family.
So this is an incredibly deep, high class female family that has been successful in top level contests across the globe with a bunch of young females still in production to make the page look even better in the future.