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Select Sales Agency Presents American Graded Stakes Standings: Midnight Bisou Keeps On Winning

It’s getting to the point of the year when the serious Horse of the Year contenders start staking their claims in earnest, and top filly Midnight Bisou has done nothing to knock her case so far. The 4-year-old daughter of Midnight Lute is an impressive seven-for-seven in graded stakes competition this year through the end […]

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Graves Promoted To Gainesway General Manager Following Retirement Of Howard

Neil Howard, general manager of Gainesway Farm, has retired from his position after more than two decades of service. He is succeeded by Brian Graves, another long-serving member of the Gainesway team, who steps up from his current role as director of public sales. Gainesway CEO, Antony Beck, paid warm tribute to Howard. “Over the […]

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Colt By Liam’s Map Brings $67,000 Saturday At Keeneland September Yearling Sale

Grassroots Training & Sales paid $67,000 for a son of Liam’s Map from the family of Grade 1 winner Albert the Great to lead Saturday’s 12th session of the Keeneland September Yearling Sale. Gainesway, agent, consigned the colt, whose dam is the winning Indian Charlie mare Pelipa. Grassroots and Gainesway were the session’s respective leading buyer […]

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Robust Trade Spurs Sale Of $300,000 Maclean’s Music Colt On Thursday At Keeneland September Yearling Sale

Keeneland’s September Yearling Sale continued to produce healthy results on Thursday as Cromwell Bloodstock became the session’s leading buyer with the single purchase of a colt by Maclean’s Music for $300,000. Eaton Sales, agent, consigned the colt, who is out of the Indian Charlie mare Woodford County and from the family of champion Queen of […]

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Flatter Filly From Family Of Mind Your Biscuits Tops Tuesday Session At Keeneland September

Keeneland’s September Yearling Sale showed no sign of slowing down on Tuesday as Mike Ryan, agent, spent $310,000 for a filly by Flatter from the family of Canadian champion Kimchi and Grade/Group 1 winner Mind Your Biscuits to top the session. Tuesday’s gross receipts reached $15,463,700 for 273 horses, for an average of $56,644 and […]

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Top South American Sire Luhuk Dies At Age 28

Luhuk, a European stakes winner, perennial leading sire in South America, and sire of Breeders’ Cup Marathon winner Calidoscopio, died at Haras La Quebrada in Argentina, Turf Diario reports. The 28-year-old son of Forty Niner had been living as a pensioner since 2015 when declining fertility took him out of active stallion duty. Bred in […]

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Gainesway Promotes Venegas To Stallion Manager

Pedro Venegas, stallion assistant manager at Gainesway Farm, has been promoted as the new stallion manager, effective immediately. Originally from Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, Pedro has been working in the Thoroughbred industry in Kentucky since 1989, where he specializes in stallion care and breeding. “I am excited about the level of care our Stallions will receive […]

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Godolphin Outbids Coolmore On $4.1-Million Curlin Colt At Keeneland September Sale

It was just like the old days. In the blue corner was Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum of the Godolphin operation, which had been flexing its financial muscles with impunity during the first two days of the Keeneland September Yearling Sale. In the slightly darker blue corner were the Irish lads of the Coolmore […]

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Banner Day For Hinkle Farms Highlights Opening Session Of Keeneland September Yearling Sale

Selling a pair of seven-figure horses is a fine way for any operation to kick off the Keeneland September Yearling Sale, but it was a true financial and statistical windfall for Hinkle Farms. The Paris, Ky., operation will send 17 yearlings to market from its own breeding program during this year’s sale, meaning having a […]

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Tapit Dominates Top Of Market On First Night Of Fasig-Tipton Saratoga Sale

The march of Gainesway’s cornerstone sire Tapit through the very highest points of the North American auction market continued on Monday during the first session of the Fasig-Tipton Saratoga Selected Yearlings Sale, powered by the evening’s two most expensive offerings. The duo headlined a session that posted average and median sale prices well in excess […]

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