Pretty grey filly Dance Card was a modestly priced yearling, bringing $67,000 at Keeneland. But, she was really popular when she turned two, getting hammered down for a cool $750,000 at the Fasig-Tipton Florida Select sale. She has a ways to go to earn back her purchase price, but she’s already topped $400,000 in earning after just six lifetime starts. She’s won four of those, and has a second and a third to her credit. Last year, she captured the G1 Gazelle at Aqueduct as well as the Belle Cherie at Belmont. On the shelf the majority of this season after having chips removed from her ankle, she came back with a solid third-place finish in the G2 Gallant Bloom Handicap at Belmont in September.