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Fasig-Tipton Midatlantic sale on tap Monday

About 350 horses, including broodmares, stallions, weanlings and yearlings, will be on offer at Monday’s Fasig-Tipton Midatlantic mixed sale.

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Arqana breeding sale up 20% after two days

The Arqana December breeding stock sale in Deauville, France showed a second day of strong gains over 2009, with total receipts increasing 20% for the first two days of the sale.

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Tale of Ekati, Perfect Soul stud fees set

Tale of Ekati will stand for $15,000 at Darby Dan Farm in 2011, his first season at stud.  The Kentucky farm says Perfect Soul will also stand for $15,000, the same fee as last breeding season.

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France: Arqana breeding sale off to strong start

The Arqana December breeding stock sale in Deauville, France opened Saturday with 27 horses going for six figures, including a $1.1 million purchase by a Japanese farm, the sale’s highest price since 2006.

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Unbeaten juvenile Kantharos retired to Florida stud farm

Kantharos, undefeated in his two-year-old season, will be retired to Vinery stud farm in Florida, where he will stand for $5,000. The graded stakes winner who won his three races by almost 30 lengths combined is being retired due to injury.

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In the Blood? Pedigree of Remsen winner To Honor and Serve

After winning the Remsen Stakes at Aqueduct over the weekend, the racing industry is abuzz about To Honor and Serve and his place on the 2011 Derby Trail. Avalyn Hunter explores the bloodlines of this promising young colt that races for Live Oak Plantation and is trained by Bill Mott. Like a fine wine, To […]

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Tattersalls concludes with increases across the board

The Tattersalls December Mare Sale concluded yesterday with increases across the board including a 4% jump in gross and a 17% rise in median.

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Tiznow’s sire Cee’s Tizzy pensioned

Cee’s Tizzy, sire of Tiznow, has been pensioned from stallion duty by Harris Farms in California. “His fertility diminished over the last two years, and this past year he only settled four mare,” said farm manager Dave McGlothlin.

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Kitten’s Joy to stand for $25,000

Ken and Sarah Ramsey will stand Kitten’s Joy at Ramsey Farm for $25,000. This is a significant decrease from the 2010 fee of $40,000, a response to the economic slowdown of the horse business in general according to the Nicholasville resident.

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Dubai World Cup winner Gloria de Campeao to stand in Sweden

The Brazilian-bred winner of the 2010 Dubai World Cup Gloria de Campeao will stand in Sweden according to the Blood-Horse. Swedish owner Stefan Fribong also plans to stand him in Brazil.

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