IF YOU HAD a mare called Pansformation, by a sire called No Pan Intended, you’d have to send her to Panspacificflight, wouldn’t you?
Well, the breeder, Peter Pan Stables in Ohio, did.
The result was a colt named Pansformative, now four, who took a time of 1:50 neat when he won at the Meadowlands in March. Just one of the latest impressive winners by Panspacificflight in North America.
The Pan connection isn’t entirely coincidental. Bob Glazer, of Peter Pan Stables, was the owner of The Panderosa, who repaid his purchase price of $US250,000 many times over as both a racehorse and then a stallion. And The Panderosa is the sire of Panspacificflight. Glazer also owned No Pan Intended, who won the Triple Crown in 2003, took a time of 1:50.3 and sired the winners of $US34 million.
No Pan Intended, a full brother to champion sire Bettor’s Delight, was bought late last year by Oakwood Stud in Ireland.