Arcadia, CA (November 6, 2022) – In recent weeks, we in racing heard a lot of a two-turn race on the dirt, won in a dazzling performance not soon forgotten, by over eighteen length in a canter. Today at Santa Anita, the 5-year-old mare Loud Loud Music stepped onto the main track at Santa Anita in the 6th race and while she is not Flightline, she turned in no less a visual masterpiece with a similar, eighteen-plus length victory.
Loud Loud Music is a daughter of Tizbud, the stakes-winning full brother to champion Tiznow, who spent his stud career in the stallion barn at Harris Farms. He sired millionaire Soi Phet and G1-winner Tiz Flirtatious among his many black-type winners.
Loud Loud Music is a part of the larger populations of Thoroughbreds who fill the majority of cards of all the racetracks across the country. A blue collar worker plying her trade. Known to the local punters and horsemen, but by few others.
Her racing career by all accounts has been successful. Seventeen starts with five wins, a second and three thirds. She has moved up and down the ladder of allowance and claiming starts, earning $165,682. As you see in the video below, the chart call of never asked could not have been more apt. A stunning performance as eye-catching as any champion. She took the field wire-to-wire under apprentice Abdul Alsadoor, in what Frank Miramadi deemed likely the largest winning margin of the meeting.
Loud Loud Music was bred by Nick Alexander. She was produced by the Bernstein mare, Your Cheatin Heart. She made her start for owners Biggleague Racing LLC and trainer George Papaprodromou. She will be changing barns as she was claimed by owner Brian Godon and trainer Val Brinkerhoff.