The first foals by Northview Stallion Station sire Redeemed are arriving, with two reported on the ground.

The first is a colt bred by Binnie Houghton's Buckingham Farm and foaled at Thornmar farm on Jan. 28. The new arrival, out of the Not For Love mare For Hugs, "has a lot of bone, and reminds me of Include," said Houghton. The colt's dam is a full sister to Houghton-bred and campaigned stakes-winning fillies For Kisses and He Loves Me, the latter Maryland-bred champion 3-year-old filly of 2004. His second dam is graded stakes winner Palliser Bay.

Susan Cooney is the breeder of a Redeemed colt out of stakes-placed Emancipator mare Burnwell Princess. The foal was born at Shamrock Farm on Feb. 3.

Redeemed entered stud at Northview in Chesapeake City after winning or placing in 12 of 13 starts and earning $832,140. The five-time stakes winner and track record-setter won three graded stakes, including the Brooklyn Handicap-G2 by 10 lengths. The 6-year-old son of Include covered 54 mares his first year. He stands for $3,000 live foal.

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