Lady War Machine proves too tough in Listed Alywow Stakes

Three-year-old filly by Street Boss impressive in winning her Stakes debut

Lady War Machine made her Stakes debut a winning one as she pulled away in the stretch to take the Listed Alywow Stakes by three lengths at Woodbine July 31.

The three-year-old Street Boss filly, who entered the Alywow off a seven-and-a-half-length romp in her previous start, improved her record to two wins from three career starts.

Lady War Machine forced the pace from second as Hard Street (by Hard Spun) set the early fractions. Lady War Machine challenged Hard Street for the lead at the top of the stretch before pulling away through the lane to win easily.

Bred in Kentucky by SF Bloodstock LLC and Matthew Sandblom, Lady War Machine is out of the War Front mare Native Bombshell, winner of the G3 Ontario Fashion Stakes, and hails from the female family of track record-setter (and G2 Withers winner), Williamstown.

In addition to Lady War Machine, Street Boss is the sire of 2021 Australian Stakes winners Anamoe (G1 Sires’ Produce Stakes), Arcaded (G2 Blue Diamond Fillies Prevue, etc.) and Street Life (Listed Adelaide Hills Railway Stakes). In North America, Street Boss is represented by two-time Stakes winners New Boss (Pea Patch Overnight Stakes, Allen ‘Black Cat’ Lecombe Memorial Stakes) and Top Executive (Irish Day Stakes, Auburn Stakes); Who Took the Money (Crescent City Derby), Lady Edith (Mamzelle Stakes) and Bienville Street (Sunshine Filly & Mare Turf Stakes).

Street Boss will stand the southern hemisphere season at Kelvinside, NSW, at a fee of $55,000, including GST.