Studlydoright does no wrong winning Saratoga’s Tremont Stakes in just his second start

The undefeated juvenile is from the best crop sired by Nyquist thus far

Nyquist's two-year-old son Studlydoright did all the right things in capturing the Tremont Stakes at Saratoga on June 6, winning for the second time after a victorious debut on May 5 at Laurel. He is one of 120 foals from his sire's best-bred crop yet.

Studlydoright broke best of all out of the gate but retreated near the back of the pack for the first quarter of a mile. As the field passed the half-mile pole, and with constant urging from jockey Xavier Perez in the stretch, the juvenile found his best running late and was pulling away as the field hit the wire in the five and one-half furlong event. Favorite Touchy finished second, completing the Nyquist-sired exacta. 

Studlydoright was bred in Maryland by Glenangus Farm. He is out of the SW/Graded-placed mare Peach of a Gal, she a half to SW/Graded-placed Concealed Identity, in addition to two other Stakes horses. 

In addition to Studlydoright, Nyquist is also the sire of recent G1 Shoemaker Mile winner Johannes, the undefeated three-year-old colt, Nysos, winner of both the G3 Robert B. Lewis and G3 Bob Hope Stakes this year, Encino, winner of the G3 Stonestreet Lexington Stakes and Crimson Advocate, recent winner of Gulfstream Park’s Roar Stakes in her three-year-old debut.