keeneland november

Ohio Millionaire Pay the Man Sold to Calumet

Earlier this week in the OTTB Showcase we took a different direction with the column and covered one of the more unique offerings entered in the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale. A ten-year-old Ohio born, bred, raced and just-retired millionaire by the name of Pay the Man (read full story here). In the late afternoon […]

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Keeneland November Day Five Marked by Gains in Average, Median Prices

The strong pace continued into the fifth day of selling at Keeneland’s November Breeding Stock Sale, which was highlighted by solid gains in average and median price and the sale of four horses for $230,000 each. During Saturday’s session, Keeneland sold 257 horses for $15,538,500, down slightly from last year’s session gross of $15,987,000 for […]

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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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iStable presents the PR Special: Keeneland November Day 2

iStable brings us a second special print edition of the Paulick Report, available here and on the sales grounds at the Keeneland November Sale in Lexington, Ky. In this edition of the PR Special, Ray shares his perspective on covering the recent trial involving the disputed $2.1 million sale of Love Me Only at 2011 Keeneland November.  What […]

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Love Me Only Trial: Witness Alleges ‘Threatening and Bullying’

The lawsuit over the disputed sale of $2.1 million broodmare Love Me Only being heard by a jury in Fayette Country Circuit Court in Lexington, Ky., figured to come down to a battle of the expert witnesses. But in testimony on the trial’s second day on Tuesday, the battle got personal when Dr. Bryan Fraley, […]

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Keeneland: Breeders’ Cup Ticketing, Projected Attendance Still in Development

Officials with the Breeders’ Cup made the long-anticipated announcement that the event will be hosted by Keeneland Race Course in 2015 during a press conference at the track on Tuesday. The decision marks a “homecoming” of sorts for the event, as it makes its debut in Lexington, Ky., home of Breeders’ Cup founder John Gaines. […]

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Keeneland November Wraps With Historic Increases

Keeneland’s November Breeding Stock Sale concluded Thursday with a 38 percent increase in total sales, demonstrating exceptional strength at every level of the market. Strong demand for quality broodmares and weanlings from an internationally diverse clientele drove double-digit gains in gross, average and median, and produced 14 million-dollar-plus horses, double the number sold in 2012. […]

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After 5 Days, Keeneland November Sale Surpasses 11-Day Totals From 2012

The bullish market continued at Keeneland on Saturday when gross receipts of $157,021,200 for the first five sessions of the 10-day November Breeding Stock Sale surpassed total sales of $143,025,600 recorded for last year’s entire 11-day auction. At the half-way point in the sale, Keeneland has sold 1,063 horses for $157,021,200, up 38 percent compared […]

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$675,000 Ragtime Hope Closes Keeneland Book 2 With a Bang

Ragtime Hope, whose son Secret Circle won the Xpressbet Breeders’ Cup Sprint (G1) at Santa Anita on Saturday, was sold for $675,000 during Friday’s fourth session of the 70th annual Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale. The amount was the highest price paid during the session in which gross sales for 254 horses reached $26,333,700, a […]

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