thoroughbred sales

Keeneland Day 3: Evans dispersal to set record

The Edward P. Evans dispersal, which produced more than $40 million in sales Monday, resumed Wednesday at the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale in Lexington. During session three, the Evans dispersal will become the largest dispersal ever held at Keeneland. Keeneland November’s second session also produced some staggering numbers, led by the sale of Breeders’ […]

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Sold! Royal Delta brings $8.5 million at Keeneland November

This year’s Breeders’ Cup Ladies Classic winner, Royal Delta, and her dam both sold for multi-million dollar prices Tuesday at the Keeneland November sale.  But it was Royal Delta who stole the show, with Benjamin Leon of Besilu Stables going to $8.5 million for the daughter of Empire Maker and Delta Princess, outlasting Frank Stronach’s […]

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The Lane’s End Weekender Pedigree: Evans and the ‘Quality Road’

The star of the opening session of Keeneland’s November sale was the late Edward P. “Ned” Evans. Decades of collecting choice racers and producers had placed his Spring Hill Farm at the top of the tree among elite home breeders, and with the opening of the dispersal of his racing and breeding stock, Evans certainly […]

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Blind Luck sells for $2.5 million at Keeneland November

Champion filly Blind Luck was sold for $2.5 million late Monday afternoon in the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale.  She was purchased by majority owner Mark DeDomenico, buying out partners.  Mike Puhlich, who signed the ticket, said Blind Luck would be retired. Meanwhile, race fillies and broodmares consigned as part of the complete dispersal of […]

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Ventura to take over for Chiota at OBS next year

The Ocala Breeders’ Sales Company today announced that director of sales and general manager Tom Ventura will be promoted to president of OBS upon the retirement of long time president Tom Chiota on June 30, 2012. Mr. Ventura joined the company in 1994 as assistant director of sales and has served as general manager and […]

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Tatts sale day two sees 87% clearance rate

The Andrew Tinkler owned pair of TELL DAD and WELL SHARP were two of the three lots to sell for 200,000 guineas or more on the second day of the Tattersalls Autumn Horses in Training Sale with FALLEN IDOL the third and the equal top price for the day at 250,000 guineas. A total of […]

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As sales stabilize, can racing find a way forward?

The results are in from the summer and early fall sales, and they are pretty much boffo. Even as the national economy teeters on the edge of calamity, that top 1 percent of folks President Obama wants to tax harder opened their wallets and found plenty of money to buy prospective race horses.      […]

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New digital marketplace for Thoroughbred sales launches

Thoroughbred Source Inc. announced the launch of their innovative digital marketplace for thoroughbreds, www.thoroughbredsource.com, on September 27, 2011. The digital marketplace empowers horsemen and horsewomen to market their stock to the world. Uniquely this provides more opportunities for thoroughbred agents, farms, and consigners to put the right horse in front of the right buyers. The […]

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KEENELAND SALE PROJECTION: LOWEST TOTAL SINCE 1998

By Ray Paulick When the sub-prime loan crisis led to a global financial meltdown at this time last year, many stock market investors lost 10 years of gains with their investment portfolios. That’s where the yearling market is headed, based on projections by the Paulick Report showing how the Keeneland September yearling sale is going […]

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