Good With People
Good With People, a son of Rancho San Miguel stallion Curlin to Mischief, was voted 2020 California-bred Champion Two-Year-Old Colt recently.
Good With People made his debut at the 2020 Del Mar summer meet easily beating subsequent stakes winner Big Fish in a Maiden Special Weight. In his next start approximately 3 weeks later, he made all of the pace only to be passed late by Positivity in the $100,000 Graduation Stakes. In his third and final start during the summer meet, he led all the way to win the $100,000 I’m Smokin Stakes.
After running 4th in a $150,000 turf sprint at Keeneland in early October, he returned to win the $150,000 Golden State Juvenile at Del Mar in the process evening the score with the aforementioned Positivity. In his final start of 2020, he engaged in a threey-way battle on the lead in the $100,000 King Glorious Stakes, took the lead at the quarter pole only to tire slightly and finished 5th beaten only 1.25 lengths by the winner.
He finished 2020 as the leading money earning two-year-old California-bred with earnings of $203,000 including 3 wins, 2 stakes wins and 1 stakes placing in 6 starts while racing for his breeders J. Kirk and Judy Robison and trainer Peter Miller.
Curlin to Mischief is a son of top sire Curlin ($10,501,800, 2 time Horse of the Year and Hall of Famer) out of national broodmare of the year Leslie’s Lady, who has produced Grade 1 winners Beholder ($6,156,000 and future Hall of Famer), Into Mischief ($597,080 and National leading sire in both 2020 and 2019), Mendelssohn ($2,542,137 and standing at Ashford Stud in Kentucky whose well-regarded first crop are 2021 yearlings) as well as the highest yearling filly ever sold ($8,200,000 in 2019) . Curlin to Mischief stands at Rancho San Miguel in San Miguel, California.