Uncle Mo mare, Liam’s Map colt highlight Book 3 at Keeneland

Saturday, November 12th, 2022

Pandamom, who won or placed in six of her 10 starts and earned more than $100,000 on the NYRA circuit, sold for $200,000 Thursday at Keeneland November. Coglianese Photo.

Pandamom, a New York-bred winning daughter of Uncle Mo, landed a bid of $200,000 Thursday to highlight Book 3 of the Keeneland November breeding stock sale.

Hunter Valley Farm purchased the 5-year-old mare, selling as Hip 1271 out of the Winter Quarter Farm consignment.

Bred and raced by Oak Bluff Stables and out of the Langfuhr mare Akilina, Pandamom went 1-3-2 in 10 starts and earned $100,294 for trainer Christophe Clement on the NYRA circuit. Pandamom sold in foal to Liam’s Map.

Hip 1304, a colt by Liam’s Map and half-brother to New York-bred stakes winner Cause We Are Loyal, sold for $190,000 to Buccaneer Stables during Thursday’s session.

Bred by The New Hill Farm and W.S. Farish and consigned by Lane’s End, agent, the colt is out of the unraced Not For Love mare Rock ‘n Wolin. Cause We Are Loyal, one of four winners produced by the mare, won the 2017 Seeking the Ante Stakes at Saratoga, placed in another stakes and earned $200,251 during her career.

The November sale continued with the start of Book 4 Saturday and runs through Wednesday, with sessions starting at 10 a.m. ET.

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