Force the Pass

Standing for $4,000 LFSN

Grade 1-winning 3YO and millionaire Force the Pass retires to stud at Anchor & Hope for 2020 as the property of Wasabi Ventures Stallions LLC.

In winning the Belmont Derby-G1, he closed his final half-mile in :45.65 and his final quarter in :22.07. He also won the Penn Mile-G3 in 1:34.03 in his preceding start, and took the Cliff Hanger Stakes as a 6YO in 1:33.73. A Graded winner from a mile to a mile-and-a-quarter, Force the Pass won or placed in 8 Graded Stakes from 3YO through 7YO, and retires sound.

Force the Pass is a son of sire-of-sires Speightstown, out of a multiple Grade 3-winning Dynaformer dam, from the immediate female family of $4.7M earner Perfect Drift.

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Force the Pass Pedigree

Force the Pass
(Foaled in Kentucky)
Speightstown, 98 ch
Social Queen, 04 b
Gone West, 84 b
Silken Cat, 93 ch
Dynaformer, 85 dk b/
Gal On the Go, 98 ch
Mr. Prospector, 70 b
Secrettame, 78 ch
Storm Cat, 83 dk b/
Silken Doll, 80 b
Roberto, 69 b
Andover Way, 78 dk b/
Irgun, 91 ch
Gypsy, 92 ro

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Race Records
Age
3
4
6
7
Totals
Starts
8
5
4
4
21
1st
4(3)
0
1(1)
0
5
2nd
2(1)
2(2)
0
2
6
3rd
2(2)
2(2)
0
1(1)
5
Earnings
$1,117,754
$144,400
$52,000
$44,960
$1,359,114

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Grade 1-winning millionaire Force the Pass is new to stud in Maryland for 2020.

During his racing career, Force the Pass rocketed to the forefront of the sophomore turf division with his dominant, 3-length victory in the Grade 1 Belmont Derby, in which he flew home with a :45.65 final half-mile to defeat the likes of Divisidero, Bolo, Takeover Target and Startup Nation.

That top-level victory at a mile-and-a-quarter followed a gutsy win in the Grade 3 Penn Mile in 1:34.03 in his preceding start. Having earlier scored in Gulfstream Park’s Cutler Bay Stakes after breaking his maiden at the Hallandale track in his second start, Force the Pass would go on to place in the Grade 1 Secretariat Stakes and Grade 2 Commonwealth Derby to close out his 3-year-old season. He placed in four more stakes as a 4-year-old (three of them Graded), then won Monmouth Park’s Cliff Hanger Stakes at 6 in 1:33.73. As a 7-year-old, Force the Pass was third in the Grade 2 Monmouth Stakes.

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Force the Pass retired sound, with a career mark of (21) 5-6-5, $1,359,114. He is a son of the rising sire-of-sires Speightstown, out of the multiple Grade 3-winning Dynaformer mare Social Queen, from the immediate female family of Grade 1 winner and $4,714,213- earner Perfect Drift.

For more information, contact http://www.forcethepass.com/