Monday, January 23, 2017
Tiz A Kiss Retired After Megahertz
Cicero Farms’ Grade II placed mare Tiz A Kiss (Cee’s Tizzy – Candy Factory by Seattle Bound) has been officially retired and will head to CA Hall of Fame breeder Pat Thompson’s Ridgeley Farm to begin her broodmare career. The 7-year old is scheduled to visit He Be Fire N Ice for her first mating.
Originally scheduled for retirement at the end of February this year the racing connections of Tiz A Kiss decided to retire the gray mare six weeks early. “In the Megahertz she showed she was ready for her next career. She was a real gem to race and we are excited for the next chapter. We are very excited to breed her to He Be Fire N Ice,” said Barbara Ranck Perry of Cicero Farms. “We believe in Cal-bred racing and saw no reason to send her to Kentucky when we can breed her to He Be Fire N Ice – such a brilliant son of Unusual Heat, the recently pensioned all-time leading sire in California. We will breed our best to our best and hope for the best.”
Tiz A Kiss was bred by Dahlberg Farms, is owned by Cicero Farms and trained by Richard Baltas. She has four wins in 24 starts, earnings of $361,441 and is Grade II placed.
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