Farsighted took the lead at the top of the stretch and was never threatened on her way to posting a four-and-a-quarter length victory in the Any Limit Stakes at Gulfstream Park March 6.
The three-year-old filly became the second Stakes winner of the afternoon for her sire, Bernardini. Less than 20 minutes earlier, the four-year-old Micheline captured the G2 Hillsborough Stakes at Tampa Bay Downs.
Breaking alertly under jockey Jose Ortiz, Farsighted vied for the lead with Boston Post Road early while racing three-wide. The pair continued to run one-two until the top of the lane, when Farsighted put it into another gear and took command of the race. She continued to draw off through the stretch, crossing under the wire a clear winner.
Farsighted was bred in Kentucky by her owner, G. Watts Humphrey Jr., and is out of Elusive Fate, a Graded Stakes-placed daughter of Elusive Quality. Elusive Fate is out of the Stakes-winning mare, Clear Destiny, and is a half sister to Stakes-placed Pilot House (Midshipman) and Morning Destiny.
Bernardini is standing the 2021 breeding season at Jonabell Farm for $35,000, stands and nurses.