katsumi yoshida

Arc Sale: Unbeaten Daughter Of Frankel Brings Record Price From Yoshida

Japan’s Katsumi Yoshida went to a sale record price at the Arqana Arc sale in Chantilly Oct. 1, purchasing Toulifaut for €1.9 million, or US$2,135,980, reports sportinglife.com. The unbeaten daughter of Frankel has won all three of her career starts for trainer Jean-Claude Rouget, including the Group 3 Prix d’Aumale. Toulifaut was the top choice […]

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$3-Million Angela Renee Tops ‘Rational’ Fasig-Tipton November Sale

Angela Renee, a Grade 1-winning filly by Bernardini who raced for Siena Farm, sold for $3 million to top Sunday evening’s Fasig-Tipton November Sale in Lexington, Ky. Sold as a racing or broodmare prospect, Angela Renee (Hip 152) was purchased by Liliana Solari’s Don Alberto, a Chilean-based racing and breeding operation that purchased the former […]

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Grade 1 Winner So Many Ways Sold to Japanese Interests

Multiple Graded Stakes winning filly, So Many Ways (Sightseeing – Happy Scene by Dehere) has been sold to Mr. Katsumi Yoshida of Northern Farms in Hokkaido, Japan, by her owner Maggi Moss, it was announced Monday. A $22,000 Fasig-Tipton Maryland 2011 purchase, So Many Ways ends her racing career with $717,148 in earnings, winning five […]

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Not Lost in Translation: Azeri’s new life in Japan

Mating plans have been announced for Rachel Alexandra (Curlin) and Zenyatta (Bernardini) — voted Horse of the Year in 2009 and 2010, respectively — but what’s up with Azeri, the third living member of the exclusive club of female Thoroughbreds that have won racing’s top honor? Azeri, the 2002 Horse of the Year and three-time […]

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The Lane’s End Weekender Pedigree: Ave, Wickedly Perfect and Negligee

Editor’s Note: If you would like to watch today’s session of the Keeneland January sale, click here. Follow the results here. At the opening session of Keeneland’s 2011 January Horses of All Ages Sale, those horses with racing performances at the highest level once again led the prices as Grade 1 winners Ave, Wickedly Perfect, […]

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By Ray Paulick The final numbers from Monday’s opening session of the 2008 Keeneland November breeding stock sale were not pretty, and the bad news is that it might get worse before it gets any better in an environment stung by turbulent stock exchanges around the world, high-profile bankruptcies in the financial markets and […]

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