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Friday, September 29, 2023


$925,000 Twirling Candy Colt Sets Mark Tuesday at Keeneland September Yearling Sale

LEXINGTON, Ky.--Pin Oak Stud on Tuesday abought the most expensive horse sold during the eighth session of the Keeneland September Yearling Sale since 1999 when it paid $925,000 for a colt by Twirling Candy on Tuesday, Sept. 19.

Keeneland sale scenicKeeneland sale Consigned by Paramount Sales, agent, the colt is out of the winning First Defense mare Hiking and from the family of English highweight Logician, Group 1 winner Cityscape and Grade/Group 2 winners Didina (GB), Bated Breath and Equilateral.

Paramount was the day’s leading consignor with sales of $2,529,000 for 26 horses.

“He was a beautiful colt,” Pat Costello of Paramount said. “Everyone on the grounds was on him. We loved him from Day 1. We’re thrilled for the buyer (Pin Oak Stud) and I’m delighted for the breeder (Lady Bamford), a lovely lady. He was a special colt.”

Pin Oak Stud spent $1.03 million for two horses to lead buyers.

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Keeneland Sales had a $900,000 sale on Sunday and a $700,000 sale Monday

LEXINGTON, Ky.--Steady trade during Monday, Sept. 18's seventh session of the Keeneland September Yearling Sale was headlined by a colt by Good Magic from the family of G1 winner and sire Pioneerof the Nile that sold for $700,000 to Donato Lanni, agent for SF/Starlight/Madaket.

Keeneland September sale ringKeeneland September sale ringAt $700,000, the colt is the highest-priced yearling to sell in the seventh session since 2015.

A total of 306 yearlings sold through the ring during the session for $24,681,500, for an average of $80,658 and a median of $65,000.

The total is 10.39% below the $27,544,000 from the corresponding session in 2022 when 314 horses sold.

The average dipped 8.05% from $87,720 in 2022, and the median is 3.70% under last year’s $67,500.

Cumulatively, Keeneland has sold 1,505 yearlings for $344,546,500, 3.07% lower than the $355,453,500 for 1,556 horses sold during the same period last year.

The average of $228,935 is slightly above $228,441 from 2022, and the median of $150,000 is 6.25% below last year’s $160,000.

The session topper, who is out of the Bernardini mare Beauty Buzz, was consigned by Gainesway, agent. Gainesway led all consignors Monday with sales of $3,715,000 for 30 yearlings.

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$875,000 Authentic yearling topped Keeneland Sales, Saturday session

LEXINGTON,Ky.--Keeneland’s September Yearling Sale resumed Saturday after a one-day hiatus with the first session of the two-day Book 3, which recorded nearly $47 million in sales and was led by the purchase of a colt from the first crop of Horse of the Year Authentic for $875,000 by Donato Lanni, agent for SF/Starlight/Madaket.

Keeneland 875000Keeneland Sales, $875,000 coltby AuthenticThe session topper, who was consigned by Eaton Sales, agent, is out of the multiple graded stakes-placed Street Sense mare Sweetgrass.

He is from the family of champion Althea.

Donato Lanni, agent for SF/Starlight/Madaket, was the session’s leading buyer by purchasing three yearlings for $1,735,000.

St. Elias, Talla Racing and Spendthrift Farm paid $775,000 for a colt from the first crop of G1 winner Vekoma.

Consigned by Legacy Bloodstock, agent for Spendthrift Farm, he is out of stakes winner Summer of Fun, a daughter of Include who was third in the G1 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf.

The colt is from the family of G1 winner Louis Cyphre (Ire) and Grade/Group 2 winners Psychobabble (Ire) and Mekong Melody (Ire).

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Two $ million colts sold at Keeneland's Thursday sale

LEXINGTON,, Ky.--The 80th Keeneland September Yearling Sale week one ended Thursday ,, Sept. 14 with a session highlighted by steady trade among a number of major buyers and the sale of colts by Curlin for $1.1 million and by Not This Time for $1.05 million.

Keeneland genericThe 30 million-dollar horses equals the number sold last year and is the highest for the September Sale since 2007.

 For an undisclosed buyer, Lauren Carlisle, agent, paid $1.1 million for a colt by Curlin out of G2 winner Miss Sunset, by Into Mischief.

Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent, consigned the colt, who is from the family of Grade 2 winner Prayer for Relief.

“He looks really fast and hopefully he proves that,” Carlisle said. “He has a really good walk and looks very athletic. We’re looking for a nice two-turn colt, and hopefully he can be that horse. I was worried that the price would be that high; I did not want it to be, but that is how it is right now.”

West Point Thoroughbreds and Talla, LEB, agent, spent $1.05 million for a colt by Not This Time from the family of G2 winner Cowtown Cat and Grade/Group 3 winners Crafty But Sweet and So Perfect.

St George Sales, agent, consigned the colt, who is out of winner Foreign Affair, by Exchange Rate.

“I thought he was just a dude,” West Point’s Terry Finley said. “He walked around the back ring like he owned it. He had that presence about him. When I looked at him, he was like ‘Hey, I’m the man.’

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Keeneland Sales had 28 yearlings sell for $1 million or more in first three days

LEXINGTON, Ky.--A total of 28 yearlings have sold for $1 million or more during the first three days of the Keeneland September Yearling Sale which included Book 1 and the first day of Book 2.

Keeneland saleKeeneland sale of a colt by McKinzie“We have to be very pleased with the way the day turned out,” Keeneland Vice President of Sales Tony Lacy said on Wednesay. “Being on par with last year’s record sale figures – gross, average and median. Early in the day it was a little slower but it picked up and charged on very strongly right to the end.

“The market was very healthy,” Lacy said. “Buyers are finding it very competitive; there are a lot of quality horses out there. It’s challenging on both sides of the coin in a good way. The strength of the domestic buying bench was very evident. International buyers were active at a lower price level, but I think they will be very active for a while. It bodes well for tomorrow.”

“The strength at the top is very obvious,” Keeneland Director of Sales Operations Cormac Breathnach said. “There were 39 horses today that brought $500,000 or more compared to 29 horses last year, so that’s a significant increase. And you can see, we’re half a million ahead of our gross after three days this year compared to our record sale last year. RNAs are just a touch higher than what we would want and we’re cognizant of that, but the activity is all there. Median and average are just a couple percent higher than they were last year, so it’s an extremely good sale.”

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Colt by Curlin out of Beholder brings $4 million at record setting Saratoga Sale

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y.--The second, Tuesday evening session of Fasig-Tipton’s 102nd Saratoga Selected Yearlings Sale set records in every cateogry, including a sale record gross, average and median.

Colt by Curlin out of Beholder brought 4millionColt by Curlin out of Beholder brought $4 million (Photo by Fasig-Tipton)A Curlin colt (Hip 165) out of Horse of the Year Beholder sold for $4,000,000 to Donato Lanni, agent for Zedan Racing, to top the session and the sale.

Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent, consigned the colt on behalf of breeder Spendthrift Farm.

The colt is the first of Hall of Fame inductee Beholder’s foals to be offered at public auction.

Beholder’s most accomplished runner to date is this year’s G3 Senorita Stakes winner Teena Ella, by War Front.

By Curlin, sire of three Eclipse Award champions in 2022, and out of the incomparable racemare Beholder, the blue-blooded colt hails from the immediate family of four-time leading sire Into Mischief, Broodmare of the Year Leslie’s Lady, and G1 winner and sire Mendelssohn.

The price reflected the rarity of the offering, matching the third highest price ever realized at The Saratoga Sale, and the most expensive since 2000.

The $4 million sale was, the same as a colt by Roberto that sold in 1984.

Only two were more expensive, a Seattle Slew colt that sold for 4.2 million in 2000, and a Northern Dancer colt that sold for $4.6 million in 1984.

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First night of Saratoga Yearling Selected Sale comparable to record breaking 2022 sale

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y.--The opening night of the Saratoga Selected Yearling Sale, Monday, Aug. 7, featured spirited bidding from numerous different buyers and ended with numbers on par with last year’s record-breaking renewal.

Quality Road colt sells for 1.1 million Fasig TiptonQuality Road colt sells for 1.1 million (Photo by Fasig Tipton)This was the 102nd renewal of the Saratoga Sale at the Humprey S. Finney Pavilion.and two yearlings sold for over $1 million.

Elliott/McElroy, agent for Amo Racing, paid $1,100,000 to buy the session topper, a colt by Quality Road (Hip 77) from the consignment of Gainesway, agent for Stonestreet, which bred and raised the colt.

By the sire of this year’s Preakness S. (G1) winning Saratoga Sale graduate National Treasure, Hip 77 is out of the graded stakes winning Henny Hughes mare I’m a Looker.

The bay colt is from the immediate family of Eclipse Champion Lakeville Miss and G1 winners Dortmund and Mogambo.

“It was a tremendous start to the 2023 Saratoga yearling sale,” said Fasig-Tipton President Boyd Browning. “The numbers are essentially on par with last year’s opening session, which was a remarkable, even historic evening.”

“There was a great diversity of buyers,a  very, very good mix of buyers tonight and a very good mix of bidders,” Browning  said. "They
bid $30 million tonight and that money was really spread across the board among a whole lot of horses. That’s really good for this marketplace, for breeding stock sales and so forth."

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Fasig-Tipton's Midlantic sale posted an increase in average sale price

TIMONIUM, Md.--Thoroughbred sales both in this country and abroad have enjoyed a spectacular year in 2022, with all but one sale in this country setting record after record, and yet another, the Midlantic December Mixed & Horses of Racing Age sale on Dec. 6, also posted an increase in average over last year’s edition.

Fasig Dec. saleFasig-Tiptpn Dec. sale topperNot only did the average increase, but the $260,000 sale topper was the second most expensive offering since the sale began offering a horses of racing age supplement in 2018.

Radical Right (Hip 281), second in the City of Laurel Stakes at Laurel on Nov. 26, topped the sale when sold for $260,000 to Tom Kagele from the consignment of Northview Stallion Station (David Wade), agent.

Supplemented to the Horses of Racing Age portion of the catalogue after his first stakes placing, Radical Right is a 3-year-old son of First Samurai out of the Sky Mesa mare Emily with a lifetime record of three wins, six seconds, and three thirds from 15 starts and earnings of $179,100.

Heldish (Hip 243), a multiple stakes placed winner this year at 2, sold for $160,000 to trainer Michael Maker from the consignment of GreenMount Farm, agent.

By Great Notion, Maryland’s leading sire since 2017, out of the winning Street Sense mare Everything Magic, the 2-year-old colt finished second in the Maryland Million Stakes at Laurel on Oct. 22 and third in the James F. Lewis III Stakes a tLaurel on Nov.12 with a career record of one win, three seconds, and two thirds, and he has never been off the board in five total starts and earnings of $92,900 to date.

Maryland-bred Heldish was purchased for $40,000 from the consignment of Becky Davis, agent, at last year’s Midlantic Fall Yearlings sale.

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Fasig-Tipton Breeding Stock sale grossed $100 million

LEXINGTON, Ky.--Fasig-Tipton's single session selected breeding stock auction on Sunday, Nov. 6, for the second consecutive year, grossed more than $100,000,000.

Hip289Gamine11 22FTKHip 289, GamineThirty-one horses sold for $1,000,000 or more over the course of the single session, including 10 which sold for $2,000,000 or more.

Eclipse Champion Gamine (Hip 289), offered carrying her first foal by Quality Road, topped the sale when sold for $7,000,000 to Coolmore’s M.V. Magnier from the consignment of Hill ‘n’ Dale at Xalapa, agent.

A 5-year-old daughter of three-time Leading Sire Into Mischief, Gamine set records on and off the track.

In May of 2019, Gamine set a then-record for most expensive 2-year-old Thoroughbred sold at public auction in the state of Maryland when sold for $1,800,000 at the Midlantic Two-Year-Olds in Training sale.

Eighteen months later, she blazed a new track record in the Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Sprint, covering 7 furlongs in 1:20.20 to defeat older fillies and mares by 6 ¼ lengths as she pleased.

A nine-time winner in 11 career starts, Gamine scored seven times in graded stakes company, including in addition to her Breeders’ Cup victory: an 18 ¾-length victory in the G1 Acorn Stakes in her stakes debut at 3; a 7-length win in the G1 Test Stakes; and victories in the G1 Derby City Distaff Stakes and G1 Ballerina Handicap last year at 4.

She earned $1,771,500 on the track for owner Michael Lund Petersen and was named Eclipse Champion Female Sprinter at 3 in 2020.

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Fasig-Tipton's October Yearlings sale set new records

LEXINGTON, Ky.--Fasig-Tipton's Kentucky October Yearlings sale concluded Thursday, Oct. 27 with new sale records for gross, average and median.

Fasig Oct. saleFilly by Gun RunnerEvery sale but one in 2022 has established new records, and that sale in Timonium was plagued by terrible weather and the loss of buyers from Florida due to a hurricane.

A filly by leading second-crop sire Gun Runner (Hip 1364) topped the final session and sale when sold for $700,000 to Wesley Ward from the consignment of Claiborne Farm, agent.

The chestnut filly is the second foal out of the Speightstown mare No More Parties, an unraced full sister to Grade 1 winner Force the Pass.

The filly hails from the immediate family of Grade 1 winners Perfect Drift and Wonder Wheel and was bred in Kentucky by Colts Neck Stables.

She was the third most expensive filly ever sold at the Kentucky October Yearlings sale.

“Another remarkable sale concluded tonight,” said Fasig-Tipton President Boyd Browning. “We were optimistic coming in because we knew the consignors and sellers had supported us with better quality horses than in the past. It’s thrilling to set records for gross, average and median, particularly considering the 2021 sale had such a dramatic increase from prior years as well.”

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Cold, rainy weather hurt the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Fall Yearling sale

TIMONIUM,Md,--Fasig-Tipton's Midlantic Fall Yearlings sale, Oct, 3,4, was down from previous years, with the average dropping from $29,578 to $26,597, and the median dropping from $20,000 to $15,000, while 79 of the 386 yearlings not sold this year as opposed to 75 of 381 not sold last year.

Fasig Tipton sales toppersThe sale certainly suffered from the rain from hurricane Ian that reached Maryland and Pennsylvania on Friday and hung on for five days.

"The weather didn't help us any," said Marshall Silverman, who sold a large number of yearlings as agent.

Rain began the Friday before the sale,and it poured Saturday and Sunday, while also being unseasonably cold, meaning it was very difficult for people to assess the yearlings before the sale.

It also poured on both days of the sale, meaning a lot of people didn't go to the sale.

"There were a lot of people who are usually at these sales who weren't here," said Silverman. "Plus, with the hurricane in Florida, people couldn't get flights."

"The good horses by Kentucky sires sold well," said Silverman. "The horses by a good sire out of a young mare with some pedigree sold well."

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Fasig-Tipton's New York bred sale breaks all records, may bode well for Timonium

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y.--Fasig-Tipton's New York Bred Yearling Sale broke all records on Aug.15, with its sales gross of $20,175,000 eclipsing by nine percent the previous high.

Fasig Tipton N.Y. bredFasig-Tipton N.Y. bred sales topperThe record breaking New York sale followed a week after the record breaking Selected Yearling sale.

“Saratoga is a magical place,” said Boyd Browning, Fasig-Tipton president and CEO, reflecting on both the Saratoga Sale and New York Bred Yearlings. “It restores and invigorates the hope, the enthusiasm, and the love that we all have for the game.”

Pennsylvania and Maryland breeders are hoping the excitement generated by the two Saratoga sales will carry over to the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Fall Yearling sale, Oct. 3,4 in Timonium, Md.

"Certainly, there’s market confidence and momentum that’s been created throughout the July and Saratoga sales, and it bodes well, I think, for the overall marketplace this year," said Browning.”

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Saratoga Sale's huge first day, with four selling for a $1 million or more

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y.--Fasig-Tipton's opening session of its Selected Yearlings Sale on Aug. 8 broke all records, including selling four yearlings for over $1 million.

68 Uncle Mo articleSales topper Uncle Mo colt (Photo by Fasig-Tipton)One of those was a Pa-bred, bred by Blackstone Farm, hip number 78  by Justify out of Slews Golden Rule, by Landfuhr, consigned by Warrendale Sales and bought by M.V. Magnier for $1.1 Million. 

Roy and Gretchen Jackson's Lael Farm of Unionville, Pa., bought two fillies, hip 71, by Vino Russo out of Shaken, by Uncle Mo, for $550,000, and hip 86, by Flatter out of Splash Hit, by Flower Alley for $375,000.

David Wade, agent, had two bred by Northview Stallion Station of Chesapeake City, Md., go through the ring Monday evening, with hip 31, a filly by Mendelssohn out of Munny Spunt, by Munnings, bred in Kentucky, selling or $425,00 to Ken McPeek, agent fo Walking L. Thor, while hip 90, a colt by Bernardini was not sold, having not met his reserve of $135,000.

"You know what, I don’t do that very often, but I felt good. I felt good yesterday," said Boyd Browning, Fasig-Tipton President and Chief Executive Officer. "I feel good tonight and I think I’m going to feel good tomorrow night at this same time."

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Record sale in Maryland as Bernardini colt sells for over $3.5 million

TIMONIUM, Md--A new record price for a thoroughbred sold in Maryland was set at the Fasig-Tipton two-year-olds in training sale at Timonium when a Bernardini colt sold for $3,550,000.

Hip 385Hip 385This was almost double the previous highest sale in the state.

The 2022 Midlantic Two-Year-Olds in Training sale ended Tuesday in Timonium with an exciting day of sales, featuring early fireworks and robust trade throughout.

But like all sales of late, there seems to be no price too high for the top of the market, but there is little or no interest in the lower part.

"Everyone was there for the big gun horses," said Marshall Silverman, an agent. "There were a lot of nice horses in the sale.But a lot of horses should have sold for more than they did. Overall, it was a good sale, but a lot of people didn't have a good sale.

"I had eight horses at the sale, and I sold one through the ring. Two others I sold after the sale. A couple of the owners race horses, so they kept theirs to race.

"Bernardini was just crazy money," said Silverman. "When you get two people on a horse they just get into a bidding match. Baffert was at the sale, and a lot of out of town trainers. But there were a lot of trainers that I thought would be there that weren't. But it was overall a good sale. People were pumped."

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Strong support for first crop sires at Timonium sales on opening day; record $3.5 million sale on day two

TIMONIUM, Md.--The 2022 Midlantic Two-Year-Olds in Training sale opened Monday in Timonium with strong trade and enthusiastic support for first-crop sires.

Hip88 webHip 88 sold for $725,000The big news of the sale was the record setting sale of a Bernadini colt for $3,550,000 on the second day of the sale. Complete story on the second day sales tomorrow.

The top Pa-bred on the first day of the sale, hip 280, was sold for $525,000 and was a colt  that was bred in Pennsylvania by Blackstone Farm.

Five of the top 10 sold during the opening session were from their sire's first crop of two-year-olds.

The gross and average were comparable to last year's first session, while the median rose more than 11 percent over the same period.

Donato Lanni, agent for Michael Lund Petersen, paid $725,000 to buy the session topper, a filly from the first crop of the G1 Haskell Invitational Stakes winner Girvin.

Consigned as Hip 88 by Paul Sharp, agent, the bay filly worked an eighth in 10.1 during the Tuesday session of the under tack show.

Dam Sweet Pistol, by Smart Strike, has already produced a winning filly in Kirtan, who is by Cairo Prince.

Sweet Pistol is out of multiple Grade 2 winner Pomeroys Pistol, making her a half-sister to Los Alamitos Futurity winner Thousand Words.

Hip 88 was bred in Kentucky by Brereton C. Jones.

Bet Racing purchased the filly for $90,000 at last year's July Sale, where she was consigned by her breeder as Airdrie Stud.

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Fasig-Tipton Ky. sale delayed due to weather

LEXINGTON, Ky.--Due to the ice storm currently forecasted for Lexington, Ky., Fasig-Tipton officials are pushing back the start date of next week’s Kentucky Winter Mixed Sale to Tuesday, Feb. 8.

Fasig Tiptpn novThe two-day auction was originally scheduled to take place on Monday and Tuesday, Feb.7 and 8, but will now be held on Tuesday and Wednesday, Feb.8 and 9.

Hips 1-300 will now be offered in the Tuesday session. Hips 301 – through the supplement (which currently goes through hip 606), will be offered on Wednesday. Both sessions will begin at 10 am.

“Our area is currently under an Ice Storm Warning from tomorrow morning through Friday morning, and in the interests of safety we have decided to push the sale back by one day,” said Fasig-Tipton President Boyd Browning. “This will ensure that horses and sale participants will have ample time to arrive on the sales grounds and begin inspections when conditions are safe to do so.”

For further information:
Evan Ferraro

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  2. Fasig-Tipton's Saratoga Select Sale 4th best in history of sale
  3. Fasig-Tipton Two-Year-Olds in Training sale sets records
  4. Pa. and Md. have increase in mares bred
  5. Larry Karp, who foals at Sylmar Farm in Christiana, wins Pa. and National Small Breeder of the Year
  6. Monomoy Girl sale sets sales record and is to return to racing
  7. Pa-bred tops Fasig-Tipton Oct. mid-Atlantic sale
  8. Caberneigh won the Hunter Breeding Overall Grand Championship
  9. Welbourne Farms PA is taking over operations at Northview PA
  10. Strong Returns, Seven-Figure Sale Topper for Fifth Consecutive Year at Midlantic Two-Year-Olds in Training
  11. Pennsylania Horse Breeders Association announced 2020 Awards structure
  12. Northview to sell its Pennsylvania property
  13. New drug restrictions at Fasig-Tipton and Keeneland Sales
  14. Fasig-Tipton Consolidates Selected Yearling Sales Schedule, will conduct "2020 Selected Yearlings Showcase" in Kentucky Monday, April 27, 2020
  15. Fasig-Tipton to allow online bidding at all future auctions
  16. Keeneland Yearling Sale to startsas scheduled Sept. 14
  17. Fasig-Tipton reschedules 2-year-old Maryland sale, OBS sales also rescheduled
  18. Breeders can stand up to Gov. Wolf at Shippensburg University
  19. Breeding programs in Pennsylvania and Maryland are rewarding breeders with higher sales prices
  20. 17 Pa-breds sell at Keeneland Yearling Sale that saw record $8..2 million for a filly
  21. Saratoga Selected Yearling Sale broke the record for average and median prices
  22. Ricky and Wendy Hendriks buy three at Fasig-Tipton sale
  23. Patti Miller bought two Pa-breds at Fasig-Tipton 2 y.o Timonium sale
  24. Pa-breds sell for over average at Fasig-Tipton Mixed sale
  25. Marshall Silverman, agent, sells top colt at Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Fall Yearlings
  26. American Pharoah get bring top price at Keeneland
  27. Fasig-Tpton Yearling Select Sale, with five selling for $1 million or more, sets a record for total sales
  28. Blackstone's colt by Street Sense sold for $350,000 at the Fasig-Tipton July sale that posted gains
  29. Union Rags colt sells for $925,000 at Fasig-Tipton Midlantic 2-year-0ld in training sale
  30. OBS Sale & Fasig-Tipton Sale continue trend that is hard on the middle market
  31. Pin Oak Lane adds graded stakes winner Royal Artillary to its stallion roster
  32. Songbird sells for $9.5 million, Md.-bred For Royalty sells for $2.1 million
  33. Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Fall Yearling Sale average up, two sell for $150,000
  34. Union Rags' get average $149,000 at Keeneland Yearling Sale, 20% over average sale price
  35. Pa-breds and Union Rags bring top dollar at hugely successful Fasig-Tipton Saratoga Selected Yealing Sale
  36. No Dozing adds to Union Rags' string of stakes winners
  37. Union Rags filly sells for $200,000 at OBS 2 Year Olds in Training Sale
  38. Curlin colt at record $1.5 million tops Fasig-Tipton sale, Colt by Super Saver was the top Pa-bred
  39. Union Rags’ colt brings $1 million at OBS April sale, Eight Pa-breds average $124,500
  40. D.D. Matz’ full brother to Tequilita sells at OBS for $685,000
  41. Lord Shanakill, sire of a European Group 1 winner, stands at Pin Oak Lane

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