Fasig-Tipton has cataloged an additional 52 entries for its 2019 Kentucky Winter Mixed Sale supplemental catalog. Those entries may now be viewed online.
These new entries, catalogued as hips 477-528, include blacktype credentialed racing and broodmare prospects, in-foal mares, and short yearlings.
These latest entries include:
Frost Wise (Hip 481): Five-year-old mare is a New York stakes winner of $266,613. A registered New York-bred, she is consigned as a racing/broodmare prospect by South Point Sales Agency, agent.
Spring Tempest (Hip 495): Five-year-old mare was a stakes winner and graded stakes placed at two. Earner of $239,135 is catalogued as a broodmare prospect by South Point Sales Agency, agent.
True Royalty (Hip 521): Four-year-old daughter of Yes It's True captured the G3 Torrey Pines Stakes last year at Del Mar. She is out of a half-sister to multiple graded stakes winner Bel Air Beauty, and from the immediate family of Grade 1 winners Grecian Flight and Bullsbay. A registered Florida-bred, she is consigned as a racing/broodmare prospect by Lane's End, agent.
Tamarack Gal (Hip 523): Four-year-old daughter of Discreet Cat is a half-sister to leading Kentucky Derby contender Maximus Mischief, an undefeated graded stakes winner last year at two. She is consigned as a broodmare prospect by Lane's End, agent.
Way to Versailles (Hip 528): Five-year-old mare captured the G2 Royal North Stakes at Woodbine last year. A stakes performer from six furlongs to one mile, she is consigned as a broodmare prospect by Bluewater Sales, agent.
The Kentucky Winter Mixed Sale will be held on Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 4-5, in Lexington, Ky. The supplemental catalog will be offered on Tuesday, Feb. 5, following the conclusion of the main catalog.
Print versions of the supplemental catalog will be available on-site at Fasig-Tipton. The supplemental catalog is also available via the Equineline sales catalogue app.
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