For those who were fortunate enough to breed to Scrutinizer in Australia, it is good to see this well credentialed stallion start to get results.
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK—MARCH 19, 2011—Howard Moore’s Scrutinizer sired his first stakes winner Saturday at Remington Park when Easydoesitcindy scored in victory in the $28,000 Bugs Alive In 75 Stakes.
Owned by Abel Flores, Easydoesitcindy was made her career debut in the 300 yard event for accredited Oklahoma Bred two-year-olds.
Under jockey Roy Brooks, the Eddie Willis trainee completed the course in :15.581 seconds into a 20 mph head wind. She picked up $17,040 for the ¾ length victory.
Stakes winner and grade 1 placed Scrutinizer won or placed in 12 of 20 career starts with wins that included the Hobbs America Derby, Easy Jet Overnight Stakes, Ruidoso Overnight Stakes and second in the All American Derby(G1). He was also a finalist in the Texas Classic Futurity(G1), Rainbow Futurity(G1) and Ruidoso Futurity(G1).
From a limited number of starters, the son of champion Scrutinizer This ($32,735), Jaguar Rocket Stakes runner-up Big Brown Dash ($27,760), etc.
Moore also owns Scrutinizer is from out of a Special Effort full sister to world champion and champion sire Special Leader ($292,605). His second dam, the grade 1 placed Miss Eye Opener, is a full sister to leading sire Mr Eye Opener ($202,978).
This is also the family of such champions or grade 1 winners as Your First Moon ($750,726), Old Habits ($680,491), Solvency ($632,422), First Down Illusion ($498,477 at 2, 2010), Hardly Hateful ($469,979), Heza Jodys Toast ($450,217 to 6, 2010), Check Him Out ($418,528), Daring Difference ($329,000), One More Habit ($272,510), Not A Full Moon ($271,962), Check Her Twice ($215,361), Fishers Favorite ($210,860), etc.