MAYBE I WILL BROODMARE LLC
Maybe I Will could be a significant producer. An earner of $126,631 with 4 wins, she was fast – blazing to victory in the Hastings Stakes where she tripped the timer for 6 furlongs in 1:08 4/5 (click here to watch the race). Due in February with her first foal by Omaha Beach, she’ll be bred back to a KY stallion in 2024.
Her dam, the stakes winning mare My Due Process, also ran single digit speed figures on turf and dirt. She is in foal to Authentic for 2024 and has a 2-year-old filly by Omaha Beach named Cayucos (a half-sister to Maybe I Will) that should be at the races this year. Leading California breeder Tom Bachman has the mare and 2-year-old, and he plans to develop the family by continuing to breed to top sires.
With a March 6th cover date to Omaha Beach, who has been booked full at Spendthrift Farm at a $40,000 fee since September, Maybe I Will should foal in early February. Omaha Beach continues to make headlines after finishing 2023 as one of the Leading First-Crop Sires. His undefeated daughter Kopion rolled to a 5-3/4 length victory in the Grade 3 Santa Ynez Stakes on January 7th and has stamped herself as the early favorite for the G1 Kentucky Oaks. Maybe I Will’s in utero foal by him could be a Saratoga or first book Keeneland September sales yearling next year.
Our plan is to breed Maybe I Will to Bolt d’Oro after she foals. We procured a season to him last fall for $50,000, before his stud fee rose to $60,000. Bolt d’Oro is poised to become a Leading Sire for years to come with large books of top mares coming to him every year. His babies are running at the highest levels on both dirt and turf.
Shares are offered at no markup for $10,000 each. Monthly expenses are expected to average $300-400/month for a 10% share.
Purchased at Keeneland January for $100,000; 10% shares offered at no markup for $10,000/each.
Monthly expenses are expected to average around $300-400/month per 10% share.