LIL NEWS GIVER by Rare News, si 92, multiple G1 stakes
performing son of First Down Dash, out of
DK Give Alittle Bit, si 97, by
Three-Time Racing Champion Separatist, si 101, is a beauty.
"Sis" (we call her "Sis" or "Sister," as she yearling
The Giver's little sister) is very well-made filly, strong and stout, with a blazed
face. She has nice hocks, good legs and a good mind. She has a good body
and she already has an opinion! We're very pleased with her.
her dam, DK Give Alittle Bit, from a promising race career as a
2-year-old. From just 7 starts, DK
Alittle Bit was a stakes finalist (4th John Hoak/Capitol Futurity), earned a 97 speed index, and finished with 3 seconds and 1 third.
No one knows how good this little horse with a big
might have been. In all but her first start and her last start (when she
was injured), she never finished a race
with a speed index of
less than a 90. In spite of ailments, she always ran with everything
Lil News Giver's 2nd dam, The Rainbow Riva,
si 95 (by Zevi TB), is a 4-time
6 starts at 2), with earnings of $20,049.
She won the Cowboy Classic Futurity-G3. The Rainbow Riva is dam of 10
foals of racing age, 6
10 ROM, with earnings of $171,798 -- including:
The Rainbow Rea, si
117 (by Dash Ta Fame), 8 wins, $77,906, 2nd Utah Classic
Futurity-RG1, American-Canadian Futurity-G3, Diamond Classic
Derby-RG3, and Mile High Maturity. Finalist Oquirrh
Futurity-RG3, Silver Dollar Futurity-RG3, Utah Classic Derby-RG3,
and she set a new track record at Sunray Park, 350 yards in
0:17.270. The Rainbow Rea is the dam of
Reas Fast Man, si 95
(by Heza Fast Man), stakes-placed winner, $50,044, 2nd Four Corners
Futurity-G3, 3rd Animas Handicap;
Reacorona, si 106 (by Corona For
Me), 3-time winner, $49,643, 4th West Texas Futurity-G1, finalist
Four Corners Futurity-G3; and
The Rainbow Style, si 92 (by Stylus),
2 wins to 3, $16,262, finalist Silver Dollar Futurity-RG2.
- Separate Rainbow, si
93 (by Separatist), 2 wins at 2, $39,620, 3rd Heritage Place
Futurity-G1, finalist Remington Futurity-G1. Sire.
- The Rainbow Rivachic, si 98
(by Chicks Beduino), winner, $26,769, finalist Rocky Mountain
Futurity-G3, AQHA Derby Challenge-G3 (5th place), Oklahoma
Challenge-G3 (5th place).
dam, Watch Mighty May, si 92 (by
Tiny Watch), is a 5-time
winner with earnings of $4,766. She is dam of 9 foals, 8 to race,
5 winners, all
ROM, including: The
Riva, stakes winner (above); Mighty Marcus. si 84 (by Doc
Marcus TB), 4 wins, $14,474; and May Ramble, si 99 (by Sir Rambler), 7
dam, May Day Rocket, si
95 (by Rocket Feller), had 6 wins in 11 starts to 3. She was 2nd in the
Magna Downs Derby. May Day Rocket is dam of 10 starters, 6 winners, 7 ROM, including:
Alamitos May, si 98 (by
Alamitos Bar), 5 wins at 2 and 3, $27,230, Las Ninas Handicap, 2nd
Lassie Stakes, Leo Handicap, Independence Day Stakes, etc. Alamitos May
is the dam of
si 99, 13-time winner, with earnings of $430,669, El Primero Del Ano
Derby-G1, Governor's Cup Derby, Governor's
Cup Futurity, etc. May Day Rocket is also the dam of
si 106 (by
Easy Illusion), 7 wins, $14,660, Oneida County Fair Futurity,
2nd Pocatello Downs Spring Derby; and Tyson Illusion, si 93 (by
Easy Illusion), 2 wins at 3, $5,120, 3rd Oneida County Fair Futurity,
LIL NEWS GIVER is going to be a good one!
She's tough and determined and smart. She is also a sweetie.
LIL NEWS GIVER is offered for sale. A deposit
now will hold her until she's weaned. Contact Circle D Horses for
more information, phone (406) 745-3065, or email
SOLD HERE 7-16-2010. "Sis" will be
going to a new home in Gardendale, Texas after she is weaned. She will
race in Texas & New Mexico when she is old enough.
Congratulations to his new owners!
Pictures above taken
in early August 2010 (Lil News Giver 4-months-old).
above taken June 24, 2010.
Photos above taken
June 13 & June 24, 2010.
Rare News, si 92, by All-Time Leading Sire First Down
Dash out of
Shiney Miles, si 94 (by Magical Mile TB).
Rare News is a horse with
lots of body,
beauty and intelligence. This powerful, thick-boned horse
was a multiple graded stakes performer at Los Alamitos. He had two wins
and was three times 2nd. Rare News was a finalist in the Kindergarten Futurity-G1 (placed 5th), Governor's Cup Futurity-G1, and MBNA America California Challenge
Championship-G2. Rare News was also a finalist in the PCQHRA Handicap and the San Diego Handicap. He earned $43,758 on the track. Rare News defeated the likes of many
racing greats, such as 2005 Champion Aged Mare Mini Rock,
si 102 ($439,979)!
WITH JUST 22
FOALS to go to the track, Rare News is the sire of
15 ROM (10 with 90+ speed indexes, 2 with 100+ speed indexes), 9 winners,
7 stakes-finalists (including 1 graded stakes finalist), 1 THREE-TIME STAKES
WINNER, and 1 twice stakes-placed horse. He is the sire of
2009 Horse of the Year at
North Dakota Horse Park and the
2009 North Dakota
2-Year-Old Racing Champion!
Several of his get are being trained
for barrel racing. Trainers really like them, owners with one Rare
News foal want another.
has a wonderful, kind
disposition. He is a beautiful stallion, calm and easy to handle. He
has a very good mind. His conformation is practically flawless. He is an
exceptionally handsome individual with excellent bone, strong feet,
and a lot of muscle and body. Rare News's pedigree rivals that of
any of the top speed-bred stallions today. His is a strong
foundation pedigree of champion sires and stakes producers.
has all that it takes to sire
beautiful, correct, good-minded, fast foals.
He is a stallion of substance and rare quality.
Circle D Horses for breeding information.