As Alicia Wincze of the Lexington Herald-Leader put it, if the Thoroughbred marketplace had a collective goal for 2011, it could be to have last season's flashes of stability become this year's norm. The 2010 November sale at Keeneland was down nearly half of its decline, the most comparable to the January sale beginning today.
“I think the good horses will shore up and be strong, and we'll start seeing that rise,” said Frank Taylor of Taylor Made Sales. “But I still think these bottom-end horses, there is no place for them. There are quite a few horses that are getting cleaned out of the system still, but there are a few nice horses, too, and the good stuff will sell well.”
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