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Keeneland’s November Sale To Start Tuesday

Keeneland’s 70th annual November Breeding Stock Sale – internationally recognized as the premier auction of its kind – will begin Tuesday, Nov. 5, at 10 a.m. ET. The entire 10-day sale, which runs through Nov. 14, will be streamed live on Keeneland’s website, Keeneland.com. All sessions begin at 10 a.m. A total of 3,602 horses […]

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$2.1 Million Mare at Center of Lawsuit Over Sale

A pregnant mare who sold for $2.1 million at the 2011 Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale is at the center of a dispute over whether her owners and consignor were aware that she may have had laminitis when she entered the sale ring. The mare, then-3-year-old Love Me Only, is a half-sister to the European […]

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Keeneland November sale maintains strength on day three

The market for attractive, well-bred broodmares continued to show strength during Thursday’s session of Keeneland’s November Breeding Stock Sale, led by the sale of Tell It, a half-sister to prominent sire Pulpit, for $540,000.   Blandford Bloodstock purchased the 15-year-old daughter of Storm Cat, who is out of the Grade 1 stakes-winning Mr. Prospector mare […]

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Consignor Countdown: Keeneland November Sale Books One and Two

In this edition of the Paulick Report Consignor Countdown, we are featuring offerings from Keeneland November Book Two. The Consignor Countdown is an elite listing of offerings from many of the top consignors in the industry for major Thoroughbred sales on the calendar. Please take a moment to consider this impressive bloodstock as you prepare […]

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Keeneland, Fasig-Tipton announces changes to Nov. sale dates, conditions

Keeneland and Fasig-Tipton today jointly announced changes to their November sales calendars to better accommodate horsemen attending the 2012 Breeders’ Cup World Championships at Santa Anita, to be held November 2-3. The two auction houses also announced amendments to the Conditions of Sale regarding Veterinary Radiographic Reports for both companies. As a convenience to their […]

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Keeneland wraps up blockbuster sale; Lane’s End breaks consignor record

The star power of top-class race fillies and mares, led by the $8.5 million paid for recent Breeders’ Cup Ladies’ Classic (G1) winner and probable three-year-old filly champion Royal Delta, and two unique bloodstock dispersals combined to produce record prices and double-digit increases at Keeneland’s November Breeding Stock Sale, held November 7-17. Gross receipts for […]

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Keeneland Day 11: The final session

The 11-day Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale wraps up Thursday with the final 300 offerings in the 3,919-horse catalog set to go through the sales ring.  Keeneland sold 233 horses on Wednesday for gross receipts of $2,122,800, down 14.6 percent over last year when 251 horses brought $2,487,200.  Average price dipped 8.05 percent to $9,111 […]

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Keeneland Day 10: Final November book begins

Wednesday opens the final book of the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale.  Book six features 643 horses, 342 of which will go through the ring Wednesday as hip numbers 3277 to 3618.  The 11-day sale wraps up Thursday. On Tuesday, Keeneland sold 260 horses for $4,391,700, down 22.5 percent from 2010 when 250 horses brought […]

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Keeneland Day 9: Book five features 394 horses

The Keeneland November Breeding Stock sale enters its final quarter Tuesday with 394 horses cataloged for book five of the 11-day auction.  Book five features hip numbers 2883 through 3276. On Monday, Keeneland sold 276 horses for $5,136,400, up 35.3 percent from a year ago when 260 horses brought $3,795,800. The day’s average of $18,610 […]

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November sale continues sharp increases

Trade remained brisk during Monday’s session of Keeneland’s November Breeding Stock Sale, with results once again registering double-digit increases.   On Monday, Keeneland sold 276 horses for $5,136,400, up 35.3 percent from a year ago when 260 horses brought $3,795,800. The day’s average of $18,610 increased 27.4 percent from $14,599 in 2010, while the median […]

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