Wild About Annie Video Clips

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Wild About Annie

By Wimbledon (by Wild Rush) out of Sassy Ann (by Uprising)

Bred privately by Carol Nichols and Valor Farm.

Her bloodline is influenced by Native Dancer on both sides of her family.  Native Dancer is rated the No. 6 race horse in the 20th Century by Blood-Horse. One of the most dominant sires of the second half of the 20th Century.

Wild About Annie was born in Texas on March 28, 2008.  Her confirmation is balanced, and she offers an attractive/powerful hind quarter.  W.A. Annie is Breeders' Cup Nominated and eligible for the Texas Stallion Stakes Series.

Photo by Carol Nichols

Wimbledon (Sire)

Won the 2004 Louisiana Derby and considered to be a solid contender for the Kentucky Derby - unfortunately was scratched the day before the Run for the Roses due to a tendon injury.  Wimbledon stands at Valor Farm near Pilot Point, Texas.

Photo by Fred Taylor, Jr.

Wimbledon's first crop are Two Year Olds in 2009.

Sassy Ann (Dam)

Unraced.  Dam of one other foal of racing age - unraced.  Sassy Ann's bloodline is highlighted by the legendary stallions Raise A Native and Native Dancer.

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Valor Farm

Photo by Fred Taylor, Jr. Photo by Fred Taylor, Jr.

Valor Farm is located on 393 acres near Pilot Point, Texas.  It was built by Clarence and Dorothy Scharbauer in 1991.  Ms. Scharbauer's father (Fred Turner, Jr.) won the Kentucky Derby with Tomy Lee.  In 1987, the Scharbauer's won the Kentucky Derby with Alysheba - who went on to become the all-time leading earner (at the time) and was later inducted into the Hall of Fame.  

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