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Daughter of Texas Stallion Too Much Bling Continues Undefeated Season in Puerto Rico

Too Much Tip in a training race in Puerto Rico (Photo by Joe Bruno)

Too Much Tip in a training race in Puerto Rico (Photo by Joe Bruno)

Too Much Tip, a Kentucky-bred daughter of leading Texas stallion Too Much Bling recorded her fourth win in as many starts this year at Camarero Race Track in Puerto Rico on December 10. The victory was her easiest of her 2-year-old season as she rolled to a five-length victory in a seven-furlong allowance contest. That marked her first start against non-stakes company, as her first three wins came in a Grade 3, Grade 2 and Grade 1 race in Puerto Rico, with the latter being the Accion de Gracias Stakes. She has banked $71,129 in her four wins for owner Belka Stud and trainer Jose D. Garcia Jr.

Too Much Tip was bred by W.S. Farish and sired by Too Much Bling when he stood at Farish’s Lane’s End Texas near Hempstead. Upon the closure of Lane’s End Texas earlier this year, Too Much Bling was relocated to Valor Farm near Pilot Point, Texas.

Too Much Tip sold for $10,000 at the Keeneland September yearling sale.

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  1. Alberto Couvertie says:

    Another Graded Stake win for Too Much Tip. She continue
    Undefeated and This time won a the G3 Verset Stake
    at Camarero Race Track in Puerto Rico with an easy victory extending
    to five winning races four of them graded stakes.