Genuine Peril finds no trouble when beating the boys at Colonial Downs

Two-year-old filly becomes the 8th winner for freshman sire Enticed

Following a troubled first start on the turf last month, Enticed's Genuine Peril completely reversed her form on the dirt at Colonial Downs on August 17th, becoming the eighth winner from her sire's first crop of foals. Enticed currently ranks third among all freshman sires by number of winners.

Genuine Peril broke alertly in the compact group of six and progressed willingly as the field made its way down the backstretch. Third when turning for home, the gray filly passed the two favorites steadily down the stretch and ended up pulling away in late stretch to get the win.

Genuine Peril was bred in Florida by Carole A. and Isabella Rio. She is out of a full sister to G3 Withers Stakes winner Harlem Rocker who also placed second in the G1 Cigar Mile.

Enticed is the sire of seven other winners from his first crop, including five on debut. His runners are winning from coast to coast and on all surfaces – turf, dirt and synthetic. In addition to Genuine Peril, Enticed's other winners are Darkroom, Eloper, Demar’s Legacy, Sugar Treat, Desert Sand, Tambo and Zorina.