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Fasig-Tipton October Yearling Sale Produces Near-Record Returns

It was a steady renewal of the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky Fall Yearlings Sale, with gross and average returns falling just short of last year’s record numbers. However, the middle market was buoyant, as evidenced by a healthy jump in the median sale price. The four-day auction finished with 963 horses sold for revenues of $34,260,100, down four […]

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Keeneland November Sale Adds Four Supplemental Entries

Keeneland announced four supplements to its 2018 November Breeding Stock Sale: a weanling filly by leading sire Tapit out of champion La Verdad; Almudena (PER), dam of Peruvian champion filly Cascanueces; Somalia, dam of 2018 Grade 3 Durham Cup winner Lookin for Eight and G3 Selene winner Miss Mo Mentum; and multiple Argentine G1 winner […]

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Substantial Gains Continue On Day 11 Of Keeneland September Sale

A filly by Mucho Macho Man sold for $170,000 to lead Friday’s 11th session of the Keeneland September Yearling Sale, which realized another session of tremendous growth in gross, average and median. Keeneland sold 287 yearlings Friday for a total of $5,313,000, a 151.57 percent increase from the 11th session last year when 159 horses brought $2,111,900. The average of $18,512 […]

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Brogden, Broodmare Life Happened, Cross Paths Again At Fasig-Tipton Saratoga

The success of prominent broodmare Life Happened has been indelibly linked to the ascension of Carrie Brogden, co-owner of Machmer Hall Farm and consignor Select Sales. That’s what makes it somewhat jarring to see the mare’s War Front filly being offered at the Fasig-Tipton Saratoga Selected Yearling Sale under a different shedrow. The War Front […]

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Strong Across-The-Board Gains As Keeneland January Sale Concludes

Keeneland’s 2018 January Horses of All Ages Sale concluded Thursday with healthy results that signal continued buyer confidence and demand for quality that  buoyed the recent September Yearling and November Breeding Stock auctions. Evidence of market strength were the significant growth in gross, average and median prices spurred by competition among major domestic and foreign […]

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Jack Sisterson Joins Eaton Sales

Eaton Sales announced today that trainer Jack Sisterson, assistant to Doug O’Neill, has accepted a position with the consignment company and will start his employment as an account executive during the upcoming Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sales. “Jack comes to us from one of the most successful stables in the country,” said Eaton’s Reiley McDonald. […]

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A Wild Ride With Seattle Slew And Spendthrift Glory Days Highlight Williams’ Storied Career

Tucked away in an office above Main Street in Versailles, Ky., sits a retired farm manager whose career could fill a book. John Williams, now in his seventies, says he is retired from the breeding business but not from the Thoroughbred business. He’s quick with a smile and a story, and he has more stories […]

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Prom Time Tops Fourth Session Of Keeneland January At $102,000

Prom Time, a 10-year-old daughter of Tale of the Cat who is a half-sister to the dam of 2015 Grade 1 winner Cavorting, sold to Warrendale Sales agent for Tom Bachman, for $102,000, the highest price of Thursday’s fourth session of the five-day Keeneland January Horses of All Ages Sale.  Prom Time was consigned by […]

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I Spent It Heads Supplemental Entries To Fasig-Tipton November Sale

Fasig-Tipton has added five additional supplemental entries to the catalogue for the 2015 November Sale to be held on Sunday, November 1st in Lexington, Kentucky. These supplemental entries are catalogued as hips 196-200: MURKY WATERS (Hip 196): Murky Waters is the dam of G1 Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile hopeful Red Vine. Since being switched to […]

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