Always B Miki's progeny star in PASS action

3 July 2020

Always B Miki is proving just as quick out of the starting gate as a sire as he was on the track, with the co fastest pacer of all time siring three of the opening round Pennsylvania Sires Stakes (PASS) division winners.

Jk Alwaysbalady and Grace Hill provided him with a double in the fillies divisions while Always A Miki claimed a colts and geldings division.

Jk Alwaysbalady looks an exciting prospect with a dominant four and a half length win in her $53,534 PASS division in a time of 1:52.2 – the fastest time recorded by a 2-year-old filly in 2020 to date.

Grace Hill was also impressive, leading from the second quarter in her division she then comfortably held her off rivals in the straight to score by a length and a quarter in 1:53 flat.

Always A Miki came from well back in the field in his $54,465 colts and geldings division to record a decisive win in 1:52.4.

More than six lengths off the leader at the half way point, Always A Miki made a sustained run to sit outside the pacemaker entering the straight before kicking clear to win by a length and a half.

Always B Miki’s three PASS winners were the most by any one stallion, with the only other stallion to record more than one individual PASS winner Captaintreacherous.