2010, Dark Bay
Watrugonnadorosie was purchased at the Fasig-Tipton Saratoga Fall Sale in foal to Army Mule, the undefeated G1-winning son of Country Life’s stallion Friesan Fire. Army Mule retired to stand at Hill ‘n Dale Farm in Lexington, KY in 2019 at a fee of $10,000 and bred 140 mares in his first season. Rosie was a $700,000 Keeneland September Yearling purchase by West Point Thoroughbreds and won a Maiden Special Weight at Belmont as a 2 yo. She ran 4th in the G2 Gazelle to top fillies Close Hatches, Princess of Sylmar and Walkwithapurpose.Rosie's first foal had 2 wins at 3 in 2018, her second foal has 2 wins at 3 in 2019 and she has a 2018 Honor Code filly and a 2019 Carpe Diem colt.