An unnamed yearling daughter of Attila's Storm sold for $82,000 to top the Thoroughbred portion of the Aug. 16-17 New Mexico-Bred Sale at Ruidoso Downs.
The filly was purchased by J & SM Inc. of Fort Stockton, Texas, from the A & A Ranch consignment. The filly is out of Ringback, a winning 12-year-old daughter of the Gone West stallion Gone Hollywood, and she is a half-sister to Hollywood Henry, the runner-up in the 2017 New Mexico Cup Juvenile Championship Stakes at Zia Park.
The filly's second dam, the Phone Trick mare After The Beep, won two stakes in New Mexico in 2002, the El Paso Times Handicap at Sunland Park and Fair Queen Handicap at Albuquerque Downs.
Two hips later, Jana Trotter went to $60,000 to secure the Thoroughbred portion's second-most expensive offering, a Laugh Track colt.
The chestnut colt is out of the stakes-winning Devon Lane mare Quickkey, whose four winners from eight foals to race include stakes winner Key's Band and stakes-placed Quick Flag. Quickkey also produced First Quick Flash, an appendix Quarter Horse who was a finalist for the Grade 2 New Mexico Classic Futurity.
Consigned by Double LL Farms, agent, the colt is from the extended family of stakes winners Mad Key and No Pomp.
To view the full results from both the Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse portions of the New Mexico-Bred sale, click here.
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