South Point Sales F-T July Grad Named 'TDN Rising Star' For Debut Romp

Devil Made Me Doit romped home the easiest of debut winners in the opening race at Santa Anita Saturday to become the newest ‘TDN Rising Star.’ He earned a 100 Equibase Speed Figure for the sparkling effort.

Watch Devil Made Me Doit’s Debut Victory

Sent off the 3-2 favorite, the dark bay colt was away alertly and quickly assumed command, setting fractions of :22.42 and :45.22 while under a snug hold. He extended his advantage nearing the stretch and sailed clear down the lane under a motionless Mario Gutierrez to score by 9 1/2 lengths and became the 12th winner for his freshman sire.

Devil Made Me Doit at Keeneland September

Devil Made Me Doit, was originally purchased from his breeder Ben P. Walden as a weanling for $43,000 by Rockbridge Bloodstock client Stone Bridge Farm. The colt went through the ring again with South Point Sales at the 2018 Fasig-Tipton July yearling sale, where he was hammered down to Ciaran Dunne and Paul Reddam’s Red Wings pinhooking partnership for $72,000. He was subsequently bought back for $245,000 after working a quarter in :20 3/5 at this year’s OBS June sale.

Devil Made Me Doit is the first foal out of the U S Ranger daughter Bible. Devil Made Me Doit’s third dam is Multiply, who produced Grade I winner Corinthian.

Devil Made Me Doit 103rd winner for South Point Sales in 2019 and adds to an already sensational year for the South Point grads.

-edited from http://www.thoroughbreddailynews.com

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