More Than Ready filly headed to Breeders’ Cup after Selima S. win
Sunday, October 3, 2021

Consumer Spending is likely headed to next month’s Breeders’ Cup following her sharp victory in the $150,000 Selima S. Saturday at Laurel Park.

The gray/roan 2-year-old daughter of More Than Ready was making her stakes debut Saturday following a handy maiden-breaking win Sept. 6 at Saratoga. Employing a similar style at Laurel, she sat several lengths off the early pace along the inside. With just over a quarter mile to run, Consumer Spending kicked into gear and came three-wide into the stretch. She was full of run in the final furlong, blowing by the leaders to win by 2 ½-lengths in 1:43.21 for the 1 1/16-miles on the firm turf.

“She’s a really nice filly,” said trainer Chad Brown's assistant Luis Cabrera. “We wanted to give her a race to prepare for the Breeders’ Cup (Juvenile Fillies Turf (G1), for the big races. We know she’s got a lot of class. When (jockey Carrasco) asked her to go, she responded. She’s a very talented filly.”

Consumer Spending has won two of her three starts and earned $165,000 for Klaravich Stables.

Consumer Spending is daughter of Siempre Mia, whose dam is multiple graded stakes winner Shaconage and was bred by Forging Oaks Farm. She produced a full sister to Consumer Spending earlier this year.

As a sire, More Than Ready has accounted for more Breeders’ Cup wins (7) than any sire in the history of the event.

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