Frosted’s Little Huntress captures first career win at Laurel

Juvenile filly wins for fun by 14 lengths

Little Huntress, by Frosted, showed promise in her first start at Laurel on November 21st, leading at every call only to get caught near the wire to finish second. She clearly benefitted from that race in her second start on December 27th, also at Laurel, and gave her sire his 16th winner from his first crop.

As in her debut, Little Huntress quickly grabbed the lead in the seven furlong event on the main track and quickly opened up by three after the first quarter mile. It was then seven lengths at the half-mile mark and then 10 lengths down the stretch. She continued to pull away to officially win by 14.

Little Huntress was bred in Kentucky by Ashview Farm and Colts Neck Stables. She is out of the Medaglia d'Oro mare, Judy Legend, a daughter of G2 winner/G1-placed Andujar. Judy Legend is also a half to Stakes winner Marion Ravenwood (dam of G2-placed Idol) and Stakes winner and G3-placed Abstraction.

Frosted is the only freshman sire with multiple TDN Rising Stars, and only Into Mischief can top his six juveniles with 80+ Beyers in 2020. His other notable winners include G2 Golden Rod winner and G1-placed TDN Rising Star Travel Column, G2 Remsen and G3 Nashua runner-up Ten for Ten, TDN Rising Star Inject, Stakes-placed Frost Me, eight-length Belmont winner Likeable, Saratoga winner Restored Order, and Keeneland winner Inspector Frost.