Souced 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. Already being touted as a Kentucky Oaks filly for next year she is charting a path towards the Breeders' Cup Juvenile fillies.
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.