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The Class One Athletes

The Team selected three Thoroughbred Athletes after spending hundreds of hours thoroughly reviewing nearly 2,000 2-year-olds for sale at the Ocala Breeders Sales auction. Two months prior to the sale, pedigrees were reviewed, then a list of nearly 200 horses for personal review/inspection was created. From there, videotapes of gallops were reviewed. Then attendance at early morning workouts to analyze the running styles and identify potential problems was completed. Finally, all medical records were inspected and a veterinarian provided a thorough examination. The result was narrowing the list of 200+ horses down to a handful that met all these criteria, and bidding resulted in the acquisition of the three athletes.

All of this thorough “due diligence” was completed with the goal of developing Redhawk Racing into an ELITE Thoroughbred Racing Stable with the goal of racing success at the track.


FOR LOVE AND HONOR is sired by one of the topped ranked stallions in North America, Sky Mesa. Sky Mesa himself earned $633,000 as a racehorse and currently stands at stud at Three Chimney Farm in Versailles, KY. Remarkably, Sky Mesa has sired 75 stakes winners and boasts total progeny earnings of over $70,000,000. Among his progeny he counts General Quarters who earned $1,226,000 over his brilliant career.

For Love and Honor
Toasted Roll


Her sire Frosted earned nearly $4,000,000 at the races. Frosted is by the incomparable sire Tapit who for three consecutive years was the leading sire of all stallions standing in North America. Frosted himself was campaigned by perennial leading owner Sheik Maktoum al Mouktom and was retired to stud at his Darley Stud in Versailles, KY where his stud fee was set to $50,000 on retirement. Frosted is a young stallion with just three crops of foals and he currently ranks 4th in all of North America for stallions represented by just their third crop.

Toasted Roll’s mother is the unraced Honey Muffin. Honey Muffin is by one of the most popular and successful sires standing in Kentucky today. Her sire, Candy Ride, currently sits as the 15th leading sire in North America in 2023; his progeny earning 

$133,000,000, he stands for a stud fee of $75,000. Honey Muffin’s female line boosts numerous stakes winners including Overly Tempted ($207,000), A Lot ($475,000), Tempting Date ($363,000), Her Royalty ($345,000), Royally Chosen ($594,000), and Gloryzapper ($225,000), among many many others.


LIFE ADVICE is by the incomparable stallion Into Mischief. Into Mischief has been the leading sire in North America every year from 2019-2024. He has sired so many great Champions, such as Authentic (Kentucky Derby winner of $7,201,000), Life is Good
($4,541,000), Gamine ($1,771,000), Madaloun ($3,365,000), Wonder Wheel ($1,551,000),
as well as 148 other stakes winners that have earned over $180,000,000.  In 2023, the
average price of yearlings sold at public auction sired by Into Mischief averaged nearly

Life Advice’s mother is the useful racehorse Ervsayslethergo. “Erv” notched 3 wins during her career and earned over $87,000. She is also the dam of Winning at Ease – a recent winner at Gulfstream Park and earner of $75,000.

Life Advice herself has made four career starts and appears to have an affinity for poly
surfaces. It was a race at Turfway Park on the poly where Life Advice ran near the lead
the entire race only to get run down in the stretch to finish a close 4th in a very zippy time
of 1:10 for 6 furlongs.

Life Advice

One of Life Advice’s runs at Turfway Park, before her purchase by the Redhawk Racing team.

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