Cache In, 1994 Bay Colt
Lac Ouimet-A Screen Classic by Screen King
Bred by George William Smith (The Matchmaker)
In 1976 I claimed C'mon C'mon (73) for $3,000 and immediately retired her to become my only broodmare. C'mon C'mon was by Distinctive out of Peel Parlor by Half Crown. She was a winner at 2 & 3 of $11,839. Peel Parlor produced 10 foals, but no blacktype performers. I claimed C'mon C'mon because her 2nd dam was a producer of solid winners and her 3rd dam produced the good runner and sire, Thinking Cap.  I believed that within 3 generations, through careful screening I could upgrade the family back up to the level of Thinking Cap.  The problem was that I was seduced on most occasions to breed locally rather than to the right sire. C'mom C'mon produced 5 foals, 2 to upgrade (KY, 1 of which died) and 3 of convenience).  I kept the surviving upgrade, A Screen Classic (85) by Screen King and sold C'mon C'mon.
A Screen Classic was a nice filly that was immediately retired to be my only broodmare as soon as she won a race (age 3, 10 starts, $3,187). She produced 6 foals before dieing, 5 of convenience, 1 upgrade.  I sent the mare to KY to be bred a stallion who was the result of a Matchmaker recommended mare and share purchase, Lac Ouimet. Cache In was the result of that mating.
Race Record of CACHE IN: 7 wins at 3 to 4, $241,651, in NA.  1st Autumn Handicap-CG2, 8.5f, $83,775, 1st Jacques Cartier S.-CG3, 6f,  $64,860, 2nd Jacques Cartier S., 3rd Vigil Handicap, 7f, (twice), 3rd Bold Venture Hcp,6.5f. (SSI=4.36) (Beyers 104) 6.5 furlongs in 1:15.0 (21.8, 43.80, 1:08.40), Track Rating = 102.
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