Fasig-Tipton Concludes Successful New York-Bred Sale

  • click above & share!
    X
  • click above & share!
    X


  • click above & share!
    X
  • click above & share!
    X
Hip 379, filly by Tapit; sale-topper at 2013 F-T NY-bred sale Hip 379, filly by Tapit; sale-topper at 2013 F-T NY-bred sale

A daughter of Tapit set a new record when selling for $430,000 during the closing session of the Fasig-Tipton New York-bred preferred sale on Sunday.

The filly, which went through the ring as Hip 379, was consigned by Gainesway and was purchased by Gary Biszantz of Cobra Farm, according to the Blood-Horse.

The second and final session on Aug. 11 brought the total of horses sold for $100,000 or more during the sale to 43, compared to 20 last year.

According to the Blood-Horse, totals for the sale were up 65% from 2012; 196 horses sold for a total of $14,206,000 compared to $8,632,000 from 138 horses sold last year. The average climbed 16% to $72,480 versus $62,551 last year, while the median rose 10% to $55,000 from $50,000.

Read more in the Blood-Horse

New to the Paulick Report? Click here to sign up for our daily email newsletter to keep up on this and other stories happening in the Thoroughbred industry
  • John G. Veitch

    Really amazing

  • Mimi Hunter

    I think the sales results that I’ve been seeing are encouragingly good.

  • Figless

    As predicted by many but doubted by some the purse increases have led to better quality NY Breds, which along with an increase in quantity will result in better NY racing in the future.

Twitter