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All Due RespectAll Due Respect
11 Year Old Mare, Florida Bred

All Due Respect was purchased at the Keeneland 2013 November Breeding Stock Sale. We had a short list of 7 or 8 mares to bid on and we ended up on this statuesque Dark Bay. Prices were very high at the sale and we think the lack of fire-power on her sire’s side (Value Plus) allowed her to slip through the cracks a bit. She is gorgeous to look at and many horses saw the back end of her throughout her illustrious career. A stakes winner at four her true brilliance can be found in her high level endurance as a racehorse with an amazing 9 Graded Stakes placings in 11 attempts. All Due Respect placed second in the Grade 1 Santa Anita Oaks beating champion Blind Luck by a neck in that race. Other graded stakes placings include some of the most famous filly and mare races in America including the Ballerina, the La Troienne and the Go for Wand. All in all she raced 22 times and won just shy of half-a-million dollars.

All Due Respect’s broodmare “Aunt Due” is by $3.9mm winner Devil His Due known for twice winning the Pimlico Special as well as the Wood Memorial, the Gotham and the Suburban Handicap.
 
 

 

 




Race Statistics

Race Distance Date Track Finish Chart Earnings
 
Stakes Winner           $466,880




News

April 3/18

This multiple Grade 1 placed mare has a winner from her first runner and a Nyquist foal on the ground in Kentucky. She is back in foal to Claiborne sire Flatter.

Nov 24/17
Highland Yard
reached a significant milestone over the last two weeks with the first two Highland Yard bred winners. This speaks very well of the future of the breeding program established four years ago and just now coming into fruition.

All Due Respect's 3 year-old filly In It For The Gold broke her maiden on the turf course at Aqueduct beating 7 horses to mark Highland Yard's first bred winner. The race was at the highest Maiden Special Weight level. All Due Respect is in foal to Nyquist with a foal due in February of next year.

Three days later Town Belle's 2 year-old Ryono Tesoro broke her maiden at second asking in Tokyo beating fifteen others at Japan's highest level. Town Belle was sold to Japanese interests in 2015.

March 30/17
All Due Respect's Ghostzapper yearling colt was reviewed yesterday by Fasig Tipton today at MacCauley Farm in Nicholasville, KY.

The colt was deemed and "absolutely great candidate for the Saratoga Select Sale" by the Fasig representative.

He has been a looker from day one and acts every bit of the part. Ghostzapper has one of hte top early money favourites for the Kentucky Derby in McCraken.

Sep 22/2016
All Due Respect's yearling by Awesome Again sold for $150,000 direct from McCauley's Farm in Nicholasville, KY after being an out fromBook One of the Keeneland Sale. We are very happy with the result and will be cheering the yet to be named colt on for his new European owners.  It would be fun to have a Highland Yard bred running at Ascot! All Due Repect has a striking Ghostzapper weanling on the ground who might be in the same sale next year or alternatively race in the Highland Yard silks. A photo of the weanling is below

February 29/16
All Due Respect foaled a stong Ghostzapper Colt on February 23 at McCauley Farm in Nicholasville, Kentucky. Mom and baby are doing perfectly well.

February 14/15
All Due Respect gave birth to a leggy Awesome Again Filly yesterday at 8:45 pm in Kentucky. The foal tipped the scales at 125 pounds and is healthy and nursing. An exciting day to be sure. A photo of the filly, less than 12 hours old can be found here.

January 16
All Due Respect's first foal, a Speightstown filly, sold for $230,000 as a weanling at the Keeneland November mixed sale. An auspicious start to the broodmare career of this multiple stakes winning mare. All Due Respect is in foal to Awesome Again with an early foal expected and has been contracted to Ghostzapper for a 2015 mating.

October 6
All Due Respect's beautiful chestnut filly by Speightstown is headed to the auction ring. The well conformed filly was selected for book one in the sale and we anticipate she may bring some fireworks when she goes through the ring on November 5th at the famed Keeneland sales grounds. This marks our first foray into commercial breeding for Highland Yard and we fully antiicpate sending more weanlings and yearlings through the ring in coming years. A video of the foal can be found here. The catologue page for the foal can be found here.

All Due Repesct is doing very well carrying a foal by Awesome Again.

May 5
The All Due Respect Filly by Speightstown is looking to be something special. At 3 Months old she has developed into a lovely fillly with a huge hip on her. For a photo of the filly click here.

February 4
Finally a about a week late All Due Respect delivered a Speightstown Filly. The foal was standing within 30 minutes and nursing soon thereafter. We are looking for big things from her down the road but for now some quiet weeks and months with her mom. For a series of pictures click here.

January 6
Our prize mare All Due Respect is coming along well carrying top sire Speightstown's foal lat McCauley Farm in Kentucky. ADR has a due date in late January and we eagerly antiicpate the arrival. All Due Respect has been lined up with Adena Springs Sire Awesome Again in the spring. Awesome Again has already been flattered by a Graded Stakes Winner in 2014 as Awesome Baby won the Santa Ynez Stakes this past weekend. For a photo of a pregnant All Due Respect click here.

     
 
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