Geisel Park stallion All American augmented his winning run in Australia with a double in the USA on Monday.
His stakes winning filly America Mon Amie snatched a last-stride victory at Arlington Park and second-starter Infiltrada bolted in by 12 lengths at Gulfstream Park.
All American (Red Ransom) stood a one-off season at Darby Dan Farm in Kentucky and America Mon Amie has been his chief earner with four wins including a Listed victory in the Northbound Pride Oaks at Canterbury Park.
The Tony Granitz trained filly banked another cheque for Captain Jack Stable after splitting runners in the straight to score by a neck in Chicago on Monday.
Her dam Si Si Mon Amie (El Corredor) is related to former Australian sires Mujahid & Dolphin Street and Champion USA 2YO Colt Silent Screen. They all descend from G1 Spinaway Stakes winner Sunday Evening.
Infiltrada looked another All American destined for black-type contests after crushing her rivals in a 1600m maiden in Florida. Content to stalk front-runner Association for the first half-mile, she took over and then spaced the beaten division at the top of the stretch.
Given time to mature by trainer Luis Duco, she didn’t debut until May 8 but her second-up maiden win was so impressive, trainer Henry Collazo stepped in straight away to buy her on behalf of Four Horsemen Stable.
Infiltrada is the fourth foal from Believe in Wonder (Aldebaran), an unraced half-sister to Group 1 winners Grass Wonder (Nakayama Arima Kinen) & Wonder Again (Saratoga Diana Hcp).
All American will stand at Geisel Park for an introductory fee of $10,000 (plus gst) this year. For bookings and further information contact: Conor Dunlop (0447 434 735), Eddie Rigg (0418 942 304), Mark Pilkington (0418 955 837).
Watch Infiltrada win here.