Tiz the Law filly highlights Fasig-Tipton June sale

Wednesday, June 26th, 2024

Hip 16, a daughter of Tiz the Law bred by Pine Ridge Stables, zips a quarter in :21.4 before selling for $50,000 at Fasig-Tipton Midlantic June sale. Fasig-Tipton Photo.

A filly by Tiz the Law brought the highest price for a New York-bred and a filly by leading New York-based second-crop sire Solomini landed near the top of the results sheet during Tuesday’s Fasig-Tipton Midlantic June 2-year-olds in training sale.

Hip 16, a daughter of two-time New York-bred Horse of the Year and 2020 Belmont and Travers Stakes winner Tiz the Law, sold for $50,000 to Andy Simoff, agent for Imaginary Stable.

Bred by Pine Ridge Stable and consigned by Wes Carter, agent for Lemon Creek Farm, the filly is the third foal out of the winning Smart Strike mare Marcy Darcy. Out of the Grade 1-winning Dixie Union mare Hot Dixie Chick, Marcy Darcy is the dam of the winner Dr. Benny and the New York-bred 3-year-old Flatter colt Palpito.

Purchased by Lemon Creek Farm for $10,000 at last year’s Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Eastern fall yearling sale, the Tiz the Law filly originally sold as a short yearling for $21,000 at the 2023 Keeneland January horses of all ages sale. She shared honors with two others for the fastest quarter-mile breeze – :21.4 – during presale workouts.

Hip 76, a daughter of New York’s leading 2023 freshman sire Solomini, sold for $39,000 to Ken Kachel. Bred by Seth Gregory, the filly is out of the winning Artie Schiller mare Harlan Light. The filly was consigned by Little Farm Equine LLC, agent.

Solomini, a 9-year-old son of Curlin who topped the New York freshman sire list last year with more than $1.4 million in progeny earnings, stands for $7,500 at McMahon of Saratoga Thoroughbreds in Saratoga Springs.

Hip 42, a filly by Vekoma bred by Hidden Lake Farm LLC and 3C Stables LLC, sold for $40,000 at the Midlantic June sale. Photo courtesy of Navas Equine.

Hip 42, a daughter of Vekoma bred by Hidden Lake Farm LLC and 3C Stables LLC, commanded the second highest price for a New York-bred on a $40,000 bid from Anthony Farrior. Consigned by Navas Equine, agent, the filly is out of the winning Stephen Got Even mare Summer Shade. The filly is a half-sister to a pair of winners led by stakes-placed $240,586-earner Harmon.

Fasig-Tipton reported sales on 15 of the 21 New York-breds offered for a total of $281,500, an average price of $18,767 and median of $15,000.

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