Sourced and trained by Kenny McPeek, Crazy Beautiful has proved herself to be quite the talent.
A win on debut at Ellis Park, a first McPeek trained winner for Phoenix Thoroughbreds, she swiftly enhanced her reputation by landing the Debutante Stakes at the same track. A step up in class awaited next and despite a luckless run, she put in a huge effort to fill the runners-up placing in the G3 Pocahontas Stakes at Churchill Downs. She bettered that effort by finding just one too good in the G1 Alcibiades Stakes, before ending her two-year-old campaign with a good run in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies.
Her classic season started with a fine runner-up posting in the G2 Davona Dale at Gulfstream, a track she would return to and put in a devastating display to take glory in the G2 Gulfstream Park Oaks. It is a result that not only books her place in the World-renowned Kentucky Oaks but has her among the favourites.
By top stallion Liam's Map, Phoenix Thoroughbreds will be hoping for the same longevity displayed by her dam Indian Burn, who was a winner from two to five. Crazy Beautiful's dam isn't the only black-type winner in the family with Synchronized perched on a nearby branch of her family tree.