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Spendthrift Farm Announces 2020 Stud Fees, Led By Into Mischief At $175,000

B. Wayne Hughes’ Spendthrift Farm announced 2020 fees for most of its roster of 24 stallions set to stand at the Lexington-based farm this upcoming breeding season, spearheaded at the top by North America’s current number-one general sire Into Mischief, whose fee has moved to $175,000 S&N and is booked full. Spendthrift is bringing in […]

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Dams of Mongolian Groom, Amalfi Sunrise Added To Fasig-Tipton November Sale Catalog

Fasig-Tipton has added an additional eight supplemental entries to its upcoming November Sale, scheduled for Tuesday, November 5, in Lexington, Kentucky. These newest entries are catalogued as hips 87, and 208-214: – ’19 Liam’s Map-Madame Mayra colt (Hip 87): Weanling colt by Liam’s Map, already the sire of two Grade 1 winners in his first […]

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Colt By Liam’s Map Brings $67,000 Saturday At Keeneland September Yearling Sale

Grassroots Training & Sales paid $67,000 for a son of Liam’s Map from the family of Grade 1 winner Albert the Great to lead Saturday’s 12th session of the Keeneland September Yearling Sale. Gainesway, agent, consigned the colt, whose dam is the winning Indian Charlie mare Pelipa. Grassroots and Gainesway were the session’s respective leading buyer […]

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First Winner For Spendthrift Farm’s Palace Comes At Delaware Park

D W Fitz dug in to win on debut on Delaware Park on July 24, becoming the first winner sired by Spendthrift Farm’s multiple Grade 1 winner Palace. Under jockey Trevor McCarthy, the bay colt prevailed as the post time favorite in the 5 1/2-furlong waver maiden claiming race by three-quarters of a length, stopping […]

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$1.8-Million Into Mischief Filly Rocks Record Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Sale

The meteoric rise of the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic 2-year-olds in training sale from a place for early-season scratches, buybacks, and regionally-bred horses into a legitimate place to sell an upper-market juvenile continued in 2019, with the sale once again breaking records in gross and average sale price. A $1.8-million Into Mischief filly became the most expensive […]

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Fast Anna Colt Works Fastest Quarter At Final OBS Spring Under Tack Show

Hip No. 951, a son of Fast Anna consigned by Envision Equine, Agent, worked a quarter in :20 2/5 to post the fastest work at the distance at the fifth and final session of the Under Tack Show for the Ocala Breeders’ Sales Company’s 2019 Spring Sale of Two Year Olds in Training. The bay […]

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Spendthrift Farm Launches “Safe Bet” Program For Breeders

B. Wayne Hughes’ Spendthrift Farm has introduced a new breeding program for 2019 called the “Safe Bet” program, designed to incentivize breeders to support the farm’s fourth-year stallions. The Safe Bet program assures breeders that a stallion’s first crop of 2-year-olds will have at least one graded/group stakes winner in 2019, or the breeder will […]

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‘Solid, Strong Marketplace’: Fasig-Tipton February Sale Returns Healthy Numbers

The North American mixed sale calendar closed on a high note Tuesday, with the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky Winter posting gains in average and median sale price. The two-day auction finished with 327 horses sold for revenues of $9,659,400, down 7 percent from last year’s sale when 364 offerings brought $10,436,800. Growth was seen in the marketplace […]

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Spendthrift Farm Announces 2019 Stud Fees, Led By Into Mischief At $150,000

B. Wayne Hughes’ Spendthrift Farm announced 2019 fees for its 25-stallion roster set to stand at the Lexington-based farm this upcoming breeding season. Among the roster are three new stallions for 2019, and Spendthrift’s stallion ranks are again spearheaded at the top by leading sire Into Mischief, whose fee has moved to $150,000 S&N and […]

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Palace Colt Tops Equine Sales Co. Consignor Select Yearling Sale

Equine Sales Company’s Consignor Select Yearling Sale, held Thursday in Opelousas, La., recorded significant increases in gross sales and average price compared to last year’s auction, which itself posted big increases over the prior year. All told, 150 of 206 yearlings sold this year for a total of $1,949,900 with an average of $12,999 and median of […]

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