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‘Satisfied With The Outcomes’: Keeneland November Sale Closes On Steady Footing

As the biggest North American marketplace for the youngest Thoroughbreds and for the producers of generations to come, the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale was poised to be a key referendum on the future of the industry in the eyes and pocketbooks of its own members during a most unstable time. If confidence in the […]

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Dam Of Recent Grade 2 Winner Mo Forza Sells For $170,000 Thursday At Keeneland November Sale

Glen Hill Farm paid $170,000 for Inflamed, whose son Mo Forza won the Grade 2 Qatar Twilight Derby on Nov. 2 at Santa Anita, to record the highest price of Thursday’s ninth session of the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale. Paramount Sales, agent, consigned Inflamed, a 9-year-old daughter of Unusual Heat in foal to Tapiture. […]

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Confronting The Boogeyman On Auction Radiographs

It’s a story as old as radiography itself. An auction prospect comes to the sales grounds with a mild to moderate imperfection on its x-rays, potential buyers flee at the sight of a less-than-pristine vet report, the horse hammers for less than hoped-for, and then it goes on to become an elite runner. Obviously, not […]

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INQUIRY Presented By Iowa Thoroughbred Breeders And Owners Association: I Can’t Start The Sale Without…

Whether it’s a single-day sprint or a two-week marathon, it takes a lot to get through a Thoroughbred auction. Every veteran member of the bloodstock industry has their own rituals and habits to kick-start long days of showing, selling, and buying, and sustain that energy until their last horse goes through the ring. In this […]

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Weanlings By Constitution Highlight Monday’s Trade At Keeneland November Sale

Two weanlings by Constitution – a colt purchased for $150,000 and a filly sold for $145,000 – were the high sellers of Monday’s sixth session of the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale.  Dailey Bloodstock purchased the session-topping colt, who is out of the winning Dixie Union mare Spikes and was consigned by James M. Herbener […]

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First Crop Snapshot: Lord Nelson’s First Six-Figure Foal And The Weekend To Come

The first wave of weanlings by Spendthrift Farm’s Lord Nelson have hit the opening days of trade in the November mixed sale season, and this weekend’s sessions bring an even bigger slate of reinforcements. In a season of notable firsts for a young stallion, Lord Nelson passed another crucial milepost on Thursday when he saw […]

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Recent Stakes Winner Zonda Among Latest Fasig-Tipton November Sale Entries

Fasig-Tipton has added an additional two entries to the supplemental catalog for its upcoming November Sale. These newest entries are cataloged as hips 218-219: – Zonda (Hip 218): Three-year-old daughter of Scat Daddy enters the sale off an impressive stakes win in the Maryland Million Ladies Stakes on Oct. 19, going 1 1/8 miles on […]

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Dams Of Paradise Woods, Perfect Alibi Among Notable Supplements To Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale

Keeneland announced that several prominent broodmares, graded stakes-winning fillies and horses of racing age have been supplemented to its November Breeding Stock Sale, to be held Nov. 6-17. Among the supplements are Wild Forest, dam of two-time Grade 1 winner Paradise Woods; No Use Denying, dam of Grade 1 winner Perfect Alibi; and graded stakes […]

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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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Keeneland September Sale Produces Near-Record Returns, Record-Priced Filly

The 2019 renewal of the Keeneland September Yearling Sale didn’t keep up with last year’s record-setting edition when it came to the measurables. Even so, the returns from this year’s auction established a steady cruising altitude for the marketplace, showing it’s fully clear of the Great Recession that brought the Thoroughbred industry to a screeching […]

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