broodmares

Zoetis Presents Bloodlines: A Mare That Knows The ‘Code’

With an emphatic victory in the Grade 1 Champagne Stakes at Belmont on Oct. 3, Greenpointcrusader (by Bernardini) marked himself as one of the principal contenders for the G1 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile. The same afternoon at Keeneland, Brody’s Cause (Giant’s Causeway) won the G1 Breeders’ Futurity and nominated himself for a serious role in the […]

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Bloodlines: ‘Nobody Was Cheering Harder’ For Rare Talent Beholder

Not many Grade 1 stakes open to both sexes are won by fillies or mares each year. In part, this is due to North America having a good program of racing restricted to fillies and mares. But in part, it is also due to the majority of top-tier colts being bigger, stronger, and faster. Just […]

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Keeneland January Sale Closes With Slight Decreases

Keeneland’s 57th annual January Horses of All Ages Sale, which ended Thursday, continued to indicate market stability, prompting buyers to compete with confidence for quality individuals and resulting in the sale-topping $2.2 million price, the highest January Sale figure since 2008, for the Group 2 stakes-winning and classic-placed Galileo (IRE) mare Up (IRE), in foal […]

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Keeneland January Day Two: Irish-Bred Up Breaks Records for Four Star

The sale of Group 2 winner and classic-placed Up (IRE), a 6-year-old daughter of Galileo (IRE) in foal to War Front, for $2.2 million and her first foal, a yearling filly by War Front, for $800,000 highlighted Tuesday’s second session of the 57th annual Keeneland January Horses of All Ages Sale. The price for Up, […]

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Keeneland January Day One: Blind Luck a $1.4 Million RNA

Stakes winner Premier Steps (IRE) sold for $400,000 to lead Monday’s opening session of the 57thannual Keeneland January Horses of All Ages Sale. Shadai Farm of Japan purchased the 5-year-old daughter of Footstepsinthesand who was cataloged a racing or broodmare prospect. During the session, Keeneland sold 204 horses for $12,607,200, for an average price of $61,800 and […]

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Market Steady at Keeneland November Sale After Fourth Day

Sheikh’s Serenade, a winning mare by Unbridled’s Song out of 1995 Breeders’ Cup Sprint (G1) winner Desert Stormer, was sold to Japan’s Shimokobe Farm/Heatherway Inc., agent, for $550,000 to become the highest-priced horse of Friday’s fourth session of the 71st Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale. During the second of two sessions that comprise Book 2 […]

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Keeneland Day 3: War Front, Malibu Moon Weanlings Shine

Weanlings led Thursday’s third session of the 71st Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale as a War Front colt sold for $850,000 to Clear Ridge Stables and a Malibu Moon filly brought $750,000 from Solis/Litt. They contributed to total sales of 271 horses reaching $29,701,000 to mark a five percent increase from the corresponding session last […]

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$3 Million Tapit Weanling Sets New North American Record Day 2 of Keeneland November Sale

The sale of 11 horses for $1 million or more – including the broodmare Aloof (IRE) for $3.9 million and a daughter of leading sire Tapit for a North American weanling record $3 million – drove increases in gross sales, average and median for Wednesday’s second session of the 71st Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale. Keeneland sold […]

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Cosequin presents OTTB Showcase: A Buckeye Millionaire

It’s no secret that some impressive individuals are entered in the Keeneland November Sale this week and next. There are those who displayed their brilliance on the racetrack, racking up graded stakes wins and becoming a highly coveted racing or breeding prospects. There are others who have the blood of champions running through their veins […]

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Princess of Sylmar Commands $3.1 Million at Fasig-Tipton, Headed to Japan

Fasig-Tipton’s one-day November Sale took place on Monday evening, when 23 horses sold for seven figures. Overall, the auction was down somewhat compared with 2013, with the total receipts of $53,678,000 dropping 13.8 percent and the median of $200,000 diving 20 percent. The average, interestingly, was up 3 percent to $589,611. The RNA rate was 28.9 percent, which was […]

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