Registered with Jockey Club - Indiana bred
This girly is the most ornery foals I've ever had. Within an hour of foaling she was turning her butt to me trying to figure out how to kick. It was hysterical watching her the first 2 weeks. She would lie down, then jump up and run across the paddock, come back and lie down and repeat at least 5 times before finally succumbing to a nap. .
Seven-year-old Article of Faith was bought for $600k. He is an unraced son of Storm Cat out of the grade I stakes-winning End Sweep mare Nany’s Sweep, Santa Monica Handicap grade I winner, who earned $499,213. A half-brother to graded stakes winner She’s Indy Money, Article of Faith comes from a female family in which his first three dams are all stakes-winning stakes producers. Third dam Nany won 14 races, including the Vagrancy Handicap (gr. III), and earned $616,526
In November her sire had an excellent weekend. A place and show in the Crown Ambassador stakes and
the main race of the weekend was the Stallion Stakes which was won by my filly's sire.