Indiana Weanling Spotlight Presented By Indiana Thoroughbred Alliance: Hip 1236, Sister Sez No, By Not This Time by Megan Arszman|11.12.202101.31.2022|8:06pm12:48am Not This Time has been siring major runners, including G1 Del Mar Debutante Stakes winner Princess Noor (o/o Sheza Smoke Show), which makes the combination of the Giant's Causeway stallion and Dundalk Bay an exciting one. Dundalk Bay, a Majestic Warrior mare out of the Pembroke mare Pem's Hostess, is a young producer with an intriguing pedigree. Breeder James Jones presents Sister Sez No, a bay filly foaled Feb. 12, 2021, with Vinery Sales during the November Keeneland Breeding Stock Sale. Hip 1236 – Sister Sez No: B. f., 2021, Not This Time x Dundalk Bay, by Majestic Warrior “This is a very solid foal,” said Zach Madden of Buckland Sales. “When you look at her, the first thing that jumps out at me is her shoulder and her hip. She looks very strong and well-balanced with a natural muscle and plenty of leg under her. This is all the things buyers want to see.” Not This Time stands at Taylor Made Stallions at a 2022 fee of $45,000, making the opportunity to purchase a filly of this breeding an excellent chance for affordable quality. In 2021, so far, with only two crops of racing age, his progeny have earned more than $4.3 million in North America, with 11 black type winners including Easy Time, Yes This Time, And Howling Time. SALE NOTES: Sister Sez No is registered through the Indiana Thoroughbred Breed Development Program, meaning she is eligible to race in registered Indiana-bred races at Indiana Grand. She is nominated to the Breeders' Cup. Veterinarian radiographs have been taken and are available for potential buyers, as well as any veterinarian documentation. You can view at the sale via Vinery Sales. Buy Indiana, Race in Indiana: Did you know that registered Indiana-bred and Indiana-sired horses are eligible to race for bigger purses and greater incentives when they race at Indiana Grand Racing & Casino? More than $1 million in restricted stakes races and almost $20 million in purses are up for grabs in 2022. Indiana Grand offers a growing catalog of races and open stakes allowing for flexibility in a horse's racing repertoire. Content paid for by the breeder, via the Indiana Thoroughbred Alliance.