Quartet of six-figure weanlings highlight FTK November sale

Wednesday, November 8th, 2023

Stakes winner Toni Tools sold for $330,000 Tuesday at the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky November mixed sale. Photo provided by ELiTE.

The four New York-bred weanlings offered during Tuesday’s Fasig-Tipton Kentucky November “Night of the Stars” mixed sale sold for an average of $107,500.

Big Bear Bloodstock purchased the highest-priced weanling, going to $180,000 to land Hip 115, a colt from the first crop of champion and multiple Grade 1 winner Game Winner. Bred by Dr. Jerry Bilinski and foaled at his Waldorf Farm in North Chatham, the Jan. 21 colt is out of the winning D’wildcat mare D’fashion.

Consigned by Stuart Morris, agent for Waldorf Farm, the colt is the seventh foal out of D’fashion. Waldorf purchased D’fashion carrying the Game Winner colt in utero for $75,000 at last year’s Keeneland November breeding stock sale. She’s the dam of multiple stakes winner Strategic Dreams and winners D’archer, Canyouhearmenow, Light and Path and Garbar Boy.

Bilinski also bred and sold the highest-priced New York-bred weanling filly of the sale – Hip 117, a daughter of Grade 1 winner Yaupon purchased by Timothy Wickes for $115,000. The filly, also consigned by Stuart Morris and foaled at Waldorf Farm, is out of the winning Dialed In mare Draft.

Draft is the dam of the multiple placed New York-bred Army Mule filly Ukranian Princess and the unraced New York-bred Gun Runner 2-year-old filly Mommasgottagun who sold for $180,000 at last year’s Fasig-Tipton Kentucky October sale.

Hip 132, a weanling colt from the first crop of multiple Grade 1 winner Maxfield, sold for $110,000 to BDD Bloodstock. Bred by and foaled at Thirty Year Farm in Saratoga Springs and consigned by Taylor Made Sales Agency, the colt is the third foal out of the stakes-winning Even the Score mare Heavenly Score.

Heavenly Score is the dam of Score the Rock, a New York-bred colt by Kantharos who sold for $72,000 at this year’s OBS March 2-year-olds in training sale and yearling filly by City of Light that sold for $35,000 at this year’s Fasig-Tipton Saratoga New York-bred sale.

Hip 93, a filly from the second crop of Horse of the Year Authentic, sold for $100,000 to Erlandson LLC. Bred by Danzel Brendemuehl and Mare Madness LLC and foaled at The New Hill Farm in Hoosick Falls, the filly is out of the stakes-placed Indian Charlie mare Auspicious. Consigned by The New Hill Farm, agent, the filly is a half-sister to five winners including 2021 Albany Stakes runner-up and $111,100-earner Bobby Bo and $144,600-earner Fort Worth.

Auspicious is also the dam of the unraced 2-year-old Gun Runner colt Squirt Gun, who was bred by Brendemuehl and Classic Mares.

Hanzly Albina, agent for Newtown Anner, signed for the two highest-priced New York-breds at the sale – stakes-producing mares that brought $330,000 and $325,000.

Hip 254, the stakes-winning 9-year-old Roaring Fever mare Toni Tools, sold for $330,000. The dam of the 2-year-old Candy Ridge filly Candied, winner of the Grade 1 Darley Alcibiades at Keeneland and third in last Friday’s Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies at Santa Anita Park, Toni Tools was not pregnant when she went through the ring. She’s also the dam of a weanling New York-bred colt by New York-based sire Solomini and the winning 4-year-old Street Sense filly Wow Me Fast. Toni Tools was consigned Tuesday by ELiTE, agent.

Hip 140, the winning Mission Impazible mare Impazible Woman, sold for $325,000. Offered in foal to Not This Time, Impazible Woman is the dam of multiple stakes winner and $324,136-earner Tyler’s Tribe, the unraced 2-year-old Good Samaritan colt Austin Strong and a weanling filly by Enticed. Impazible Woman was consigned Tuesday by Clifton Farm LLC, agent.

The fall mixed sales season continues Wednesday with the start of the nine-day Keeneland November breeding stock sale.

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