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Mendelssohn, Half-Brother To Into Mischief And Beholder, Retired To Coolmore’s Ashford Stud

Breeders’ Cup winner and $3,000,000 Keeneland September Yearling Sale topper Mendelssohn has been retired from racing and will stand at Coolmore America’s Ashford Stud for 2019. “All of our team loved Mendelssohn from the first time we saw him as a yearling and he has developed into a magnificent looking horse,” said Coolmore America manager […]

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Galileo Filly Heads Record-Breaking Tattersalls December Foal Sale

It was a record-breaking day on the third day of the Tattersalls December Foal Sale with the highest priced filly foal in the world this year, nine lots selling for 500,000 guineas (US$669,722) or more and a record-breaking turnover for a session at this fixture. A total of 172 lots sold for 21,136,500 guineas ($28,311,656) […]

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Follow A Foal Presented By Sequel New York: Wrangler Tops The Sale

Weanlings from the first crops of their sires are always a point of interest at mixed sales, and with Wrangler being a member of the debut class from Sequel New York resident Laoban, the young colt rode that intrigue all the way to the top of the Fasig-Tipton Saratoga Fall Mixed Sale. Going through the […]

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Shanghai Bobby Sold To Stand In Japan

Shanghai Bobby, the champion 2-year-old male of 2012, has been sold to stand in Japan, BloodHorse reports. The 8-year-old son of Harlan’s Holiday will reside at Arrow Stud in Hokkaido, where he arrived from quarantine on Nov. 24. He stood his first five Northern Hemisphere seasons at Ashford Stud in Versailles, Ky. Shanghai Bobby has […]

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Kingman Filly Leads Day Two Of Tattersalls December Foal Sale

A daughter of Kingman selling for 370,000 guineas (US$496,664) and 18 lots topping 100,000 guineas ($134,235) were the highlights of the second day of the Tattersalls December Foal Sale. A total of 211 lots realized 9,142,000 guineas ($12,271,736), on a par with last year’s session whilst the average and median came in at 43,327 guineas […]

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Forever d’Oro Retired To Hidden Springs Farm In Indiana

Forever d’Oro, a half-brother to 2017 Eclipse Award winner Forever Unbridled and Grade 1 winner Unbridled Forever, will enter stud in 2019 at Hidden Springs Farm, near Palmyra, Ind. He will stand as the property of his breeder, Charles Fipke, for a fee of $2,000, live foal guaranteed. Placed in the Curlin Stakes at Saratoga […]

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Moonlit Promise Retired, Will Be Bred To Quality Road

Moonlit Promise, a leading contender for champion female sprinter in Canada, has been retired from racing and will be bred to Quality Road in 2019. Campaigned by Hill ‘n’ Dale Equine Holdings and Winsdor Boys Racing, the homebred by Malibu Moon was a Sovereign Award finalist last year and retires with eight wins in 18 starts […]

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Calumet Farm Releases 2019 Fees, With Newcomer Ransom The Moon

Calumet Farm in Lexington, Ky., has released the advertised fees for its 2019 stallion roster, including newcomer Ransom the Moon. Ransom the Moon, a son of leading sire Malibu Moon will stand for $7,500 LFSN. As the only Grade 1 winning sprinting son of Malibu Moon to go to stud, Ransom the Moon offers breeders […]

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No Nay Never Filly Tops Day One Of Tattersalls December Foal Sale

Trade on the first day of the Tattersalls December Foal Sale was headed by a No Nay Never filly at 80,000 guineas and was one of two lots to top 50,000 guineas (US$67,374) on the day. A total of 154 lots sold for an aggregate of 1,614,850 guineas ($2,176,221) at an average of 10,486 guineas […]

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Ullery Joins Fasig-Tipton Staff

Fasig-Tipton announced that Jesse Ullery has joined the company as an account executive and sales announcer.  He will be actively involved in the recruitment of both sellers and buyers for all Fasig-Tipton sales as an account executive. Ullery brings extensive experience in the Thoroughbred industry to Fasig-Tipton. He has served as director of racing at […]

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