One World relative storms home at Saratoga | Cape Breeders Club

One World relative storms home at Saratoga

21st Aug 2022

Classy three-year-old filly Haughty, who is from the same female line as Drakenstein Stud’s Met winning sire One World, picked up the biggest win of her career thus far when she won the G2 Lake Placid Stakes at Saratoga on Saturday.

A daughter of Empire Maker, Haughty was hustled up to take control from the outside stall, the bay spurted clear, clicking off early fractions of :24.52 and :48.80. Registering three-quarters in 1:12.65, she was confronted by Consumer Spending and Dolce Zel at the top of the lane, but kicked it into high gear, jumping clear of those foes. Favored G3 Saratoga Oaks Invitational S. winner With the Moonlight rallied up the outside to make it interesting, but Haughty always had the better of that rival and held her safe by just under a length.

Trained by Chad Brown, Haughty has now won three of just six starts, with the filly (earlier named a TDN Rising Star) a solid third in the GI Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies at Del Mar in November but could only manage ninth last out in the GI Belmont Oaks Invitational.

Haughty is out of the twice winning Kingmambo mare Soaring Emotions, whose granddam is G1 Prix de Diane winner Caerlina.

The latter (by Caerleon) is a full-sister to G2 Prix de Malleret runner up Leonila, the granddam of former Equus Champion One World.

Winner of the 2020 G1 Sun Met, One World (one of more than 100 stakes winners for his multiple champion sire Captain Al) won ten of just 14 starts while earning more than R5.6 million in prize money.

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