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Coplow Stars On International Day Of Trade At Tattersalls December Mares Sale

Coplow, dam of Group 1 1,000 Guineas winner Billesdon Brook, was the headline act on the second day of the Tattersalls December Mares Sale which saw 22 lots sell for 500,000 guineas (US$682,403) or more. Coplow, the dam of the Group 1 1,000 Guineas and Group 1 Sun Chariot Stakes winner Billesdon Brook looked the […]

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Record Price Broken Twice On Opening Day Of Tattersalls October Book 2

The record price at Book 2 of the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale was broken twice on the opening day, initially when a colt by No Nay Never sold for 900,000 guineas (US$1,192,967) to M.V. Magnier and then a couple of hours later when Shadwell Estates secured a Dark Angel filly for 1,050,000 guineas ($1,391,798). The […]

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Turnover Tops 100 Million Guineas As Tattersalls October Book 1 Concludes

Book 1 of the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale came to a close with three lots selling for 1 million guineas (US$1,306,070) or more, taking the number of seven-figure yearlings to ten. Heading the way was the Galileo filly from Barronstown Stud who realized 2,100,000 guineas ($2,742,934), the top-priced filly at the sale. It was early […]

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Half-Brother To Golden Horn Lights Up Sale Ring At Tattersalls October Book 1

A Frankel brother to the 2015 Epsom Derby winner Golden Horn was the star turn on the second day of Book 1 of the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale when selling for 3,100,000 guineas (US$3,974,296), the second highest price for a yearling colt in the world this year. The Frankel brother to Golden Horn lit up […]

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Pope Secures Record-Priced American Pharoah Filly, Half to Beholder, Into Mischief, Mendelssohn, For $8.2 Million

Everything has to go right for a horse to command a record price at the Keeneland September Yearling Sale, and the filly wearing the Hip 498 sticker on Wednesday was the perfect storm to make that happen. On the top side of her page was Triple Crown winner American Pharoah, a stallion defying all rules […]

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Coolmore Dominates Top Of Record-Setting Fasig-Tipton Gulfstream Sale Marketplace

The Coolmore partnership repeatedly flexed its muscles at the Fasig-Tipton Gulfstream Selected 2-Year-Olds In Training Sale, buying four of the day’s six most expensive horses in whole or in partnership. Chief among them was a Curlin colt bought in tandem with bloodstock agent Donato Lanni on behalf of an unnamed client for $3.65 million, which […]

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Seven Top A Million Guineas On Second Day Of Tattersalls December Mares Sale

The Tattersalls December Mares Sale exploded into life on Tuesday evening with seven fillies and mares realizing one million guineas (US$1,335,097) or more and a further 21 selling above 500,000 guineas ($667,548). The turnover on the second day reached a remarkable 42,534,600 guineas ($56,797,280) at an average of 218,126 guineas ($291,247) and a median of […]

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$7.5-Million Lady Aurelia, Record-Priced Weanling Drive All-Time High Gross At Fasig-Tipton November Sale

It takes a lot to make history at the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky Fall Selected Mixed Sale, and a steady run of seven-figure horses helped do just that, with European champion Lady Aurelia and a record-priced weanling spearheading what was a record gross for the elite auction. Sunday’s renewal finished with 140 horses sold for all-time high […]

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World’s Highest Yearling Price: Galileo Colt Brings $4.7 Million At Tattersalls

The Tattersalls October Book 1 Yearling Sale (9-11 October) saw a very vibrant half an hour of trade this afternoon, with three Lots making seven figure sums in quick session, topped by a son of Galileo x Shastye (Lot 109) selling for 3,400,000 guineas (US$4,693,047). Bidding for the strapping colt, consigned by Newsells Stud, developed […]

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It’s Official: Triple Crown Winner Justify To Stand At Coolmore’s Ashford Stud

The long-anticipated deal between the owners of Justify and Coolmore America regarding the Triple Crown winner’s stallion career is being finalized, WinStar Farm announced on Friday. “After much deliberation with all the partners, we’ve decided to accept Coolmore’s offer to stand Justify,” said Elliott Walden, president, CEO and racing manager of WinStar Farm. “As you […]

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