Two-Year-Old Colt: Flintshire-Everdeen, by Lemon Drop Kid.
Flintshire (GB), who stands at Hill 'N' Dale Farm for $15,000, is a product of the most influential bloodlines in European breeding. He's a son of the Danehill stallion Dansili, sires of 348 black-type winners and 139 black-type winners, respectively. His dam is by Dance Routine, a son of the great Sadler's Wells, sire of 294 black-type winners.
Flintshire compiled a sensational record of 8-12-1 in 24 starts, with seven stakes victories, 10 stakes seconds and one third. He accounted for five Grade I or Group I victories on three continents, including the Sword Dancer at Belmont Park twice, Juddmonte Grand Prix de Paris, Longines Hong Kong Vase, and Woodford Reserve Manhattan Stakes, while building up more than $9.5 million in earnings. He won an Eclipse Award as best turf runner of 2016, and is the leading turf earner in the world today and leading earner for his sire. His first foals will be running this year.
Everdeen is a daughter of five-time Gr. I winner Lemon Drop Kid (Belmont Stakes, Travers Stakes, Whitney Handicap, etc.), sire of 92 black-type winners and earners of more than $92 million. She has one other foal, a 3-year-old named Outragusandangerus, a $24,510 Goffs 2-year-old, who broke his maiden in Sweden and earned $116,000 kronas, equivalent to $12,341 in U. S. dollars.