Distorted Humor sires eighth millionaire
Thursday, August 11, 2011
A Shin Cool D became the eighth career millionaire for Distorted Humor, when she won a Listed race in Japan on August 4th.

The 5-year-old mare gray mare out of Storm Cat’s daughter Catalina, has now won three listed stakes in a row, all at different tracks, different track conditions, and different distances. On July 1, she won a listed stakes at 7 furlongs on a sloppy track. On July 19, she won a listed race at 7 1/2 furlongs on a good surface. And on August 4th, she won her most valuable purse at 8 ½ furlongs over a soft course.

A Shin Cool D was bred in Kentucky by Winchester Farm, and hails from the famed Rokeby family of Sea Saga. In her 21 career starts to date, A Shin Cool D has won eight times and been second four times, for lifetime earnings of $1,043,254.

Distorted Humor is 2011’s leading sire of stakes winners, with 15 individual added-money winners through the first week of August. He is the sire of 106 lifetime stakes winners, and earners of more than $77 million. His eight millionaires are: Funny Cide ($3,529,412), Flower Alley ($2,533,910), Hystericallady ($2,390,556), Commentator ($2,049,845), Regal Ransom ($1,893,585), Hello Pretty (Aus) ($1,205,529), Any Given Saturday ($1,083,533), A Shin Cool D ($1,043,254).

 

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