Proud to Be Wild roars in career debut
Thursday, January 30, 2014 Share on Facebook RSS Feeds
Wildcat Heir's progeny continued to rack up the victories the last week of January, the latest coming Wednesday at Laurel Park, when Proud to Be Wild romped by 6 1/4-lengths in a six furlong maiden special weight affair for 3-year-old fillies (VIDEO).

The New Farm homebred, trained by Ben Perkins, Jr., is a full sister to Grade 3 Jersey Shore S. winner Rainbow Heir.

Wildcat Heir, Florida's second-leading sire of 2013, has had seven winners in the past six days, including the stakes winner Ramona's Wildcat and a pair of special weight winners. He is standing this year at Journeyman Stud for $10,000 LFS&N.

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