keeneland september sale

Sir Mark Prescott Celebrates Emotional Win With Filly Who Jumped Out Of A Plane

Her story wasn’t all that unusual in the beginning. As a yearling, the daughter of Flatter went through the Keeneland September sale to the tune of $200,000. She had been selected by trainer Sir Mark Prescott on behalf of one of his owners, but the owner decided he did not like the filly, according to racingpost.com. […]

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What You Need To Know About The Upcoming Keeneland September Sale

Keeneland kicks off its 75th annual September Yearling Sale on Monday with the first of four Book 1 sessions to be offered to an assembly of the world’s leading buyers of Thoroughbred racing prospects. A total of 4,538 yearlings have been cataloged to the entire sale, which two years ago produced 2018 Triple Crown winner Justify. The September Sale […]

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PR Special Keeneland September: Candy Ride’s Argentinian Connection

The Paulick Report is once again pleased to offer its special print publication available online and on the grounds of the Keeneland Association in Lexington, Ky., during the annual September Yearling Sale, which runs through Sept. 23. In this edition of the PR Special – the third of four during the September sale – Frank […]

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PR Special Keeneland September: Revisiting Farms Of Yesteryear

The Paulick Report is once again pleased to offer its special print publication available online and on the grounds of the Keeneland Association in Lexington, Ky., during the annual September Yearling Sale, which runs from Sept. 11-23. This edition of the PR Special inaugurates a new historical series, “Kentucky Farm Time Capsule,” exploring some of […]

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Keeneland Revises September Sale Format; Expands Bonus Program To Include Entire Sale

Keeneland today announced the expansion of its lucrative September Sale Bonus Program to include a Sellers Program, which, together with the previously announced Book 1 Bonus, will offer cash rewards to horses sold at the September Yearling Sale that win graded or group stakes. The September Sale Bonus Program begins with graduates of the 2017 […]

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American Patriot Picks Up The Banner For ‘Branching Out’ WinStar At Royal Ascot

WinStar Farm in Lexington, Ky. is beginning to expand its racing program to the international level, general manager Elliott Walden told thoroughbredracing.com. The farm has already acquired a Grade 1 win in Australia with Invader (Snitzel), and will look to accomplish the same feat in the upcoming Royal Ascot meeting with homebred American Patriot in the […]

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Keeneland Creates Book 1 Bonus For September Yearling Sale

Keeneland, the world’s leading Thoroughbred auction house, today introduced enhancements to its September Yearling Sale, to be held Sept. 11-23. Highlighting the new features is the Book 1 Bonus, which offers lucrative cash rewards to sellers and owners of yearlings sold in the premier Book 1 sale that win Grade/Group 1 stakes during their 2- […]

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Point Of Entry Colt Leads Day 11 Of Keeneland September; Session Registers Increases

Keeneland recorded solid gains during Friday’s 11th session of the September Yearling Sale, highlighted by the sale of a colt from the first crop of Point of Entry for $100,000. On the second and final day of the Book 5 session of the sale, Keeneland sold 262 yearlings for $3,749,400, a 24.28 percent increase from […]

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Into Mischief Colt Tops Day 10 Of Keeneland September For $210K

Keeneland’s September Yearling Sale continued to show strength during its 10th day of selling on Thursday, when the session was topped by an Into Mischief colt sold for $210,000 to J.J. Crupi’s Crupi’s New Castle. Contributing to today’s positive sale was the sustained participation by major U.S. buyers, many of whom bought during last week’s […]

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Colts By Violence, Midnight Lute Lead Eighth Keeneland September Session

Keeneland’s September Yearling Sale continued to show solid growth during Tuesday’s eighth session of the 13-day sale, with increases in results and the sale of two colts for $300,000 each. Keeneland sold 275 yearlings on Tuesday, the first day of the Book 4 portion of the sale, for $15,036,900, up 5.95 percent from the corresponding […]

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