Street Boss Filly Tops Texas 2-Year-Olds In Training Sale

by | 04.10.2019 | 9:32pm
Hip 21, a Street Boss filly who sold to Maui James for $150,000 to top the Texas 2-Year-Olds In Training Sale.

After four fillies tied for the fastest time during Sunday's under tack show at Lone Star Park, fillies again took center stage in Wednesday's Texas 2-Year-Olds in Training Sale with the five highest prices. The auction, sponsored by the Texas Thoroughbred Association and Lone Star Park, was held at the Dallas-area track.

From 110 horses going through the ring, 75 head sold for a total of $1,751,400. The median was $14,500, up 10.69 percent from last year's $13,100, and the average dipped 9.27 percent from $25,737 to $23,352. Buybacks at this year's sale came in at 31.82 percent compared to 20.75 percent last year when 84 of 106 head sold for a total of $2,161,900.

“Overall we were pretty pleased with the results,” said Tim Boyce, sales director. “I'm happy to see that the median jumped up. Last year we had four horses break $100,000 compared to two this year, so that affected the average a bit but there was strong demand in the middle of the market as evidenced by the median going up. I heard from several horsemen today who said they were impressed by the quality of horses brought by our consignors.”

Hip 21, a daughter of Street Boss who worked an eighth-mile in :10 3/5 seconds in Sunday's under tack show, topped the sale with a $150,000 bid from Maui James. Consigned by Asmussen Horse Center, agent, the unnamed Kentucky-bred is the first foal out of the winning Successful Appeal mare I Have a Price.

Maui James was the leading buyer with two purchases for $203,000 with Danny Keene ranking second with four bought for $171,000.

The second-highest price was for hip 131, All in Harmony. The Kentucky-bred filly by Palace Malice went for $140,000 to Carl R. Moore Management LLC from the consignment of Twin Oaks Training Center LLC, agent. She is out of the Tale of the Cat mare Cativating and worked a furlong in :10 3/5 seconds

The highest-priced male, and sixth-highest overall, was Hip 129. The Oklahoma-bred colt, named Duffield and sired by Kennedy, sold for $62,000 from Bryan Ford, agent, to John James.

To view the full sale results, click here.

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