The co-fastest two-year-old in harness racing history and fastest freshman filly of all time, Warrawee Ubeaut recently welcomed her first foal.
A Dan Patch Award winner at both two and three, Warrawee Ubeaut (Sweet Lou - Great Memories) won 23 of her 55 lifetime starts and earned more than $2 million during her four seasons on the racetrack. She took her lifetime mark at two, scorching the clay surface at The Red Mile in 1:48.3 to make her the fastest freshman regardless of gender. In three of her four seasons full of major stakes wins — including two Breeders Crowns and the Jugette in world record time — she posted winning miles faster than 1:49 under the tutelage of trainer Ron Burke.
Now a broodmare in the roster of New York's Crawford Farms, Warrawee Ubeaut recently had her first foal - a colt sired by 2020 U.S. Horse of the Year Tall Dark Stranger, born on Feb. 6.
Crawford Farms' Michelle Crawford told Trot Insider that Warrawee Ubeaut will be bred to Downbytheseaside in 2023.