Pair bring six figures to close OBS March

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Hip 766, a filly by Munnings bred by Triumphant Trio, sold for $170,000 Thursday at the OBS March sale. Photo courtesy of Pick View.

A pair of New York-breds – a filly by Munnings and a colt by Goldencents – elicited six-figure final bids during Thursday’s final session of the Ocala Breeders’ Sales Co.’s March 2-year-olds in training sale.

Those two added to the others from the prior to sessions, including a $700,000 colt by Justify out of champion New York-bred Pauseforthecause, to bring the sale total to 11 New York-breds that brought $100,000 or more.

Hip 766[2], a daughter of Munnings out of the winning Tizway mare Tizsomethingroyal, led the way Thursday on a bid of $170,000 ffrom Gary and Janet Anderson.

Bred by Triumphant Trio, foaled at Edition Farm in Hyde Park and consigned by Pick View LLC, agent, the filly originally sold to Stock Thoroughbreds for $130,000 at last year’s Fasig-Tipton Saratoga New York-bred yearling sale. She’s the third foal out of the $103,067-earner Tizsomethingroyal, who is also the dam of the New York-bred 3-year-old Practical Joke colt Yo Banana Boy who is placed in three starts and sold for $160,000 at last year’s OBS April sale.

Triumphant Trio also bred a yearling colt by New York-bred classic winner and Horse of the Year Tiz the Law out of the mare.

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Hip 825, a daughter of Goldencents bred by Patricia Generazio, sold for $150,000 Thursday at OBS. Photo courtesy of Cesar Loya Training & Sales.

Ken McPeek, agent, signed for the top-priced New York-bred colt Thursday, going to $150,000 for Hip 825[4], a son of Goldencents out of the stakes-placed Midshipman mare Wave of Glory.

Bred by Patricia Generazio, foaled at River Valley Farm in Gansevoort and consigned by Cesar Loya Training & Sales, agent, the colt previously sold for $80,000 at last year’s Fasig-Tipton Saratoga New York-bred yearling sale. He also brought $85,000 during the Generazio dispersal at the 2023 Keeneland January horses of all ages sale.

Wave of Glory, a debut winner at 2 in 2015 and third in that season’s Furlough Stakes at Aqueduct for Generazio, is the dam of stakes winner and $154,058-earner Treasure King and the winner Glorious Wave. Wave of Glory sold for $40,000 at last year’s Keeneland January sale.

OBS reported sales on 10 of the 14 New York-breds through the ring Thursday for a total of $695,500, an average price of $69,550. Overall, 41 New York-breds sold for a total of $3,907,500, an average price of $95,305.

A colt from the first crop of New York-based stallion King for a Day brought the third highest price Thursday when J U Racing Stables went to $80,000 for Hip 731[5]. Bred by Our Blue Streaks Stable and S G V Thoroughbreds, foaled at Irish Hill Century Farm in Stillwater and consigned by Steven Venosa’s S G V Thoroughbreds LLC, agent, the colt is the first foal out of the winning Freud mare Swayed.

King for a Day, an 8-year-old son of Uncle Mo, stands for $5,000 at Irish Hill & Dutchess Views Stallions LLC in Stillwater.

Hip 539[6], the first foal out of Pauseforthecause, landed the sale’s top price for a New York-bred during the second session. Donato Lanni, agent for Zedan Racing, signed for the colt offered by Pick View LLC, agent. Bred by Chester and Mary Broman and foaled at their Chestertown Farm in Chestertown, the colt is the first foal out of the Giant’s Causeway mare Pauseforthecause, a multiple stakes winner and earner of $546,093.

Pauseforthecause, campaigned by the Bromans, earned champion New York-bred older dirt female and female sprinter championship honors in 2019. She went 3-2-2 in nine starts that season, including victories in the Iroquois Stakes at Belmont Park and Garland Of Roses Stakes at Aqueduct. She placed in six other stakes during her career and retired with seven wins in 25 starts.

Endnotes:
  1. [Image]: https://www.nytbreeders.org/news/wp-content/uploads/2024/03/766p.jpg
  2. Hip 766: https://obssales.com/catalog/#/135/hip/766?refSize=20&refUrl=results&session=3
  3. [Image]: https://www.nytbreeders.org/news/wp-content/uploads/2024/03/825p.jpg
  4. Hip 825: https://obssales.com/catalog/#/135/hip/825?refSize=20&refUrl=results&session=3
  5. Hip 731: https://obssales.com/catalog/#/135/hip/731?refSize=21&refUrl=results&session=3
  6. Hip 539: https://obssales.com/catalog/#/135/hip/539?refSize=33&refUrl=results&session=2

Source URL: https://www.nytbreeders.org/news/2024/03/15/pair-bring-six-figures-to-close-obs-march/


Justify colt sells for $700,000 at OBS March

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Hip 539, a colt by Justify out of Pauseforthecase bred by Chester and Mary Broman, sold for $700,000 Wednesday at OBS March. Photo courtesy of Pick View.

A New York-bred colt by Triple Crown winner Justify out of New York-bred champion Pauseforthecause sold for $700,000 to highlight bidding during Wednesday’s second session of the Ocala Breeders’ Sales Co.’s March 2-year-olds in training sale.

Donato Lanni, agent for Zedan Racing, signed for the colt offered as Hip 539[2] by Pick View LLC, agent. Bred by Chester and Mary Broman and foaled at their Chestertown Farm in Chestertown, the colt is the first foal out of the Giant’s Causeway mare Pauseforthecause, a multiple stakes winner and earner of $546,093.

The colt, the seventh most expensive juvenile sold during Wednesday’s strong session, originally sold to Hoby Kight, agent for Halona PH, for $100,000 at last year’s Keeneland September yearling sale.

Pauseforthecause, campaigned by the Bromans, earned champion New York-bred older dirt female and female sprinter championship honors in 2019. She went 3-2-2 in nine starts that season, including victories in the Iroquois Stakes at Belmont Park and Garland Of Roses Stakes at Aqueduct. She placed in six other stakes during her career and retired with seven wins in 25 starts.

Pauseforthecause is also the dam of a New York-bred yearling colt by Gun Runner and a filly by undefeated Horse of the Year Flightline born February 19, both bred by the Bromans.

The Justify colt was one of four six-figure New York-breds sold Wednesday and OBS reported sales on 19 of the 24 New York-breds through the ring for $1,887,000, an average price of $99,316. Overall, 31 New York-breds have sold for $3,212,000, an average price of $103,613.

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Hip 362, another Broman-bred and a daughter of Uncle Mo and Khancord Kid, sold for $200,000. Photo courtesy of Sequel Bloodstock.

The Bromans also bred the session’s second highest-priced New York-bred juvenile, Hip 362[4], a filly by Uncle Mo out of their stellar producer Khancord Kid, who brought $200,000 from Starship Stables.

Consigned by Sequel Bloodstock, agent, the filly is the ninth foal out of the stakes-winning Lemon Drop Kid mare Khancord Kid and a half-sister to Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare Sprint winner and New York-bred champion female sprinter and champion older dirt female Bar of Gold, stakes winner Spirit of St Louis and stakes-placed winners Land Mine and Homeland.

A filly from the second crop of New York-based sire Solomini also landed among the day’s top sellers. Hip 486[5], a filly out of the Giant’s Causeway mare Myself, sold for $75,000 to Joseph Brocklebank, agent. She was the second most expensive New York-bred filly through the ring Wednesday.

Bred by and foaled at McMahon of Saratoga Thoroughbreds in Saratoga Springs, the filly was consigned by Silvestre Chavez Thoroughbreds, agent. Solomini, a 9-year-old Grade 1-placed son of Curlin and the Empire State’s leading freshman sire in 2023, stands for $7,500 at McMahon of Saratoga Thoroughbreds in Saratoga Springs.

The OBS March sale concludes with the final session at 10 a.m. Thursday.

Endnotes:
  1. [Image]: https://www.nytbreeders.org/news/wp-content/uploads/2024/03/539p.jpg
  2. Hip 539: https://obssales.com/catalog/#/135/hip/539?refSize=33&refUrl=results&session=2
  3. [Image]: https://www.nytbreeders.org/news/wp-content/uploads/2024/03/362p.jpg
  4. Hip 362: https://obssales.com/catalog/#/135/hip/362?refSize=33&refUrl=results&session=2
  5. Hip 486: https://obssales.com/catalog/#/135/hip/486?refSize=33&refUrl=results&session=2

Source URL: https://www.nytbreeders.org/news/2024/03/14/justify-colt-sells-for-700000-at-obs-march/


Honest Mischief filly highlights OBS March opener

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Hip 243, a daughter of New York-based freshman sire Honest Mischief, sold for $310,000 Tuesday at the OBS March sale. Photo courtesy of Coastal Equine.

A filly from the first crop of New York-based sire Honest Mischief commanded a bid of $310,000 to spark the opening session of the Ocala Breeders Sales Co.’s March 2-year-olds in training sale Tuesday.

McMahon and Hill Bloodstock, agent, landed the winning bid for the co-fourth most expensive filly sold during the opening session. Offered as Hip 243[2] and consigned by Jesse Hoppel’s Coastal Equine LLC, the filly is the fourth foal out of the winning Distorted Humor mare Forget It. Hoppel purchased the filly for $40,000 at last year’s Fasig-Tipton Kentucky October yearling sale.

Bred by Scott and Debbie Pierce and foaled at River Valley Farm in Gansevoort, the Honesty Mischief filly is a half-sister to stakes winner and $541,672-earner Red Danger and the winner How Sweet She Is. Forget It is also the dam of the 3-year-old New York-bred Maximus Mischief gelding Sorority Prank, who is twice placed after selling for $75,000 at last year’s OBS April sale.

Honest Mischief, an 8-year-old son of Into Mischief out of the Grade 1-winning Seattle Slew mare Honest Lady, stands for $6,500 at Sequel Stallions New York in Hudson.

The filly also ended the day as one of five New York-bred juveniles that sold for $100,000 or more. OBS reported sales on 12 of the 16 New York-breds through the ring Tuesday for $1,325,000, an average price of $110,417.

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Hip 130, a filly by Bee Jersey, sold for $275,000 Tuesday. Photo courtesy of Tom McCrocklin.

Lane’s End Bloodstock, agent for West Point Thoroughbreds and C J Stable LLC, went to $275,000 to purchase Hip 130[4], a filly by Bee Jersey out of the winning More Than Ready mare Christmas Cove.

Consigned by Tom McCrocklin, agent, the filly was bred by Spruce Lane Farm, America’s Pastime Stable, All My Hart Racing, et al. She originally sold to Bronco Bloodstock for $30,000 at the 2022 Fasig-Tipton Saratoga fall mixed sale before McCrocklin, agent for Champion Equine, purchased her for $110,000 at last year’s Fasig-Tipton Saratoga New York-bred yearling sale.

Foaled at McMahon of Saratoga Thoroughbreds in Saratoga Springs, the filly is the seventh foal out of Christmas Cove, who is the dam of stakes-placed winner and $316,940-earner No Sabe Nada and the winner Chris Cove Town.

Kimmel Salusto, agent for Flanagan Racing LLC, landed the session’s top-priced New York-bred colt, going to $105,000 for a son of New York-bred Grade 1 winner Audible.

Offered as Hip 64[5] and consigned by de Meric Sales, agent, the colt is out of the wining Not For Love mare Bitterroot. Bred by Lambholm South and Sequel Stallions New York in Hudson, the colt is a half-brother to one winner out of the full sister to stakes winner, 18-time winner and $693,252-earner Clubman.

The OBS March sale continues at 11 a.m. Wednesday with the second of three sessions.

Endnotes:
  1. [Image]: https://www.nytbreeders.org/news/wp-content/uploads/2024/03/243p.jpg
  2. Hip 243: https://obssales.com/catalog/#/135/hip/243?refSize=24&refUrl=results&session=1
  3. [Image]: https://www.nytbreeders.org/news/wp-content/uploads/2024/03/130p.jpg
  4. Hip 130: https://obssales.com/catalog/#/135/hip/130?refSize=24&refUrl=results&session=1
  5. Hip 64: https://obssales.com/catalog/#/135/hip/64?refSize=24&refUrl=results&session=1

Source URL: https://www.nytbreeders.org/news/2024/03/13/honest-mischief-filly-highlights-obs-march-opener/


Medaglia d’Oro colt, Les Bon Temps top FTK closing session

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Les Bon Temps, winner of the 2022 Fifth Avenue division of the NYSS, sold for $160,000 Tuesday at Fasig-Tipton. Susie Raisher/NYRA Photo.

A short yearling colt by Medaglia d’Oro and multiple stakes winner Les Bon Temps sold for six figures Tuesday during the final session of the Fasig-Tipton Kenetucky winter mixed sale in Lexington.

Calumet Farm purchased the Medaglia d’Oro colt, offered as Hip 314[2] by Stuart Morris, agent, for $190,000. Bred by Cypress Creek Equine and foaled at Sequel New York in Hudson, the colt is out of the Distorted Humor mare Acting Class and is a half-brother to five winners.

Acting Class is the dam of Grade 2-placed $328,443-earner Classy Act and multiple stakes-placed $89,350-earner Gold Lightning.

Les Bon Temps, a 4-year-old daughter of Laoban out of the unraced Tapizar mare Winsanity, sold as a broodmare prospect for $160,000 to Todd Frederick. Offered as Hip 420[3], Les Bon Temps was consigned by Four Star Sales, agent.

Bred by Southern Equine Stables, foaled at Irish Hill Century Farm in Stillwater and the second foal out of the unraced Winsanity, Les Bon Temps was purchased by Deuce Greathouse and Pura Vida Racing for $65,000 at the 2021 Fasig-Tipton Kentucky October yearling sale. She won four of 11 starts with four placings and earned $610,010.

Les Bon Temps won three stakes – the 2022 Fifth Avenue division of the New York Stallion Sire Stakes and Maid of the Mist Stakes and 2023 Park Avenue division of the NYSS. She also placed in the 2022 Debutante Stakes at Churchill Downs and three other New York-bred stakes during her career.

Fasig-Tipton reported sales on 24 of the 36 New York-breds offered over the two days for a total of $1,224,000, an average price of $51,000 and median of $21,500.

Endnotes:
  1. [Image]: https://www.nytbreeders.org/news/wp-content/uploads/2022/12/LesBonTemps-NYSSFifthAvenue.jpg
  2. Hip 314: https://www.fasigtipton.com/catalogs/2024/0205/314.pdf
  3. Hip 420: https://www.fasigtipton.com/catalogs/2024/0205/420.pdf

Source URL: https://www.nytbreeders.org/news/2024/02/07/medaglia-doro-colt-les-bon-temps-top-ftk-closing-session/


Maxfield, Tiz the Law colts top FTK winter opener

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Hip 293, a yearling colt by Maxfield, sold for $240,000 to lead the Empire State contingent at the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky winter mixed sale opener Monday. Photo courtesy of Vinery Sales.

Short yearling colts from the first crops of Maxfield and New York-bred Horse of the Year and classic winner Tiz the Law highlighted the returns for New York-breds during the opening session of the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky winter mixed sale Monday in Lexington.

Hip 293[2], a son of multiple Grade 1 winner Maxfield, brought the session’s fourth highest price for a yearling on a bid of $240,000 from Stony Pointe Bloodstock. Bred by Chesapeake Farm, Rockridge Stud LLC, Tamie Samler and John McConnell and foaled at Rockridge Stud in Hudson, the colt is out of the Medaglia d’Oro mare Wajeeha.

Consigned by Vinery Sales, agent, the colt is the third foal out of the half-sister to stakes winner and $348,221-earner Zainhom. Wajeeha, the dam of the 3-year-old placed Mohaymen gelding Mohay Please and 2-year-old Bernardini colt Mitwajid, was purchased in foal to Maxfield for $90,000 by Crown Chase/Chesapeake/Rockridge/Bullet Stables at last year’s Fasig-Tipton Kentucky winter mixed sale.

Hip 64[3], a son of Tiz the Law out of the stakes-placed Macho Uno mare Highestmaintenance, sold through Bluewater Sales for $95,000 to Magnolia Lane Farm.

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Hip 64, a colt by New York-bred champion Tiz the Law, sold for $95,000 Monday at Fasig-Tipton Kentucky. Photo courtesy of Bluewater Sales.

Bred by Jordan Wycoff and Bluewater Sales and foaled at Sequel New York in Hudson, the colt is the seventh foal out of Highestmaintenance and a half-brother to stakes-placed winner Manasota Sunset and winners Microscope, Fleetfooted and Tough Workout. Highestmaintenance is also the dam of a 2-year-old New York-bred Bolt d’Oro filly that sold for $130,000 at the 2022 Keeneland November breeding stock sale; and the unraced 3-year-old Laoban filly Paulas Star Sister who sold for $165,000 at the 2022 Fasig-Tipton Kentucky winter mixed sale.

Multiple stakes winner and $422,059 earner Startwithsilver sold in foal to Practical Joke for $79,000 to Winforce. Offered as Hip 252[5] from of the Denali Stud consignment, Startwithsilver is an 11-year-old daughter of Jump Start out of the stakes-winning Silver Ghost mare Office Miss.

Bred by Burning Sands Stable LLC and campaigned by Lady Sheila Stable and Iris Smith Stable and trainer Linda Rice, Startwithsilver won the 2018 Broadway Stakes at Aqueduct and the 2019 Correction Stakes at Aqueduct. A $180,000 purchase at the 2015 OBS April 2-year-olds in training sale, Startwithsilver is the dam of a yearling colt by Violence.

Fasig-Tipton reported sales on 11 of the 15 New York-bred short yearlings offered for a total of $568,000, an average price of $51,636. Overall, including broodmares and broodmare prospects, 16 New York-breds sold for $703,000, an average of $43,938 and median of $20,500.

The two-day sale concludes with the second session at 10 a.m. Tuesday.

Endnotes:
  1. [Image]: https://www.nytbreeders.org/news/wp-content/uploads/2024/02/ed4e74b4-f487-4806-a53d-142cd6bd0074.jpeg
  2. Hip 293: https://www.fasigtipton.com/catalogs/2024/0205/293.pdf
  3. Hip 64: https://www.fasigtipton.com/catalogs/2024/0205/64.pdf
  4. [Image]: https://www.nytbreeders.org/news/wp-content/uploads/2024/02/022289bc-ef89-434f-adc5-b18bf78f7246.jpeg
  5. Hip 252: https://www.fasigtipton.com/catalogs/2024/0205/252.pdf

Source URL: https://www.nytbreeders.org/news/2024/02/06/maxfield-tiz-the-law-colts-top-ftk-winter-opener/


Flameaway colt, Galilean filly spark OBS open session

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Hip 467, a filly by Galilean bred by Hidden Lake Farm, sold for $16,000 at Wednesday’s OBS winter sale. Photo courtesy of Mount Royal Sales.

A yearling colt by Flameaway and a yearling filly from the first crop of New York-based stallion Galilean topped the group of New York-bred offerings during the open session of the Ocala Breeders Sales Co.’s winter mixed sale Wednesday.

Grade One Investments LLC went to $40,000 to purchase Hip 621[2], the Flameaway colt named Candle Ina Wind, out of Francis and Barbara Vanlangendonck’s Summerfield consignment.

Bred by Diane Boyken and foaled at Rockridge Stud in Hudson, the colt is out of the winning Trust N Luck mare Curious Luck and a half-brother to three winners including eight-time winner and $145,122-earning New York-bred Analyze Your Luck.

Gayle Woods went to $16,000 to purchase Hip 467[3], a daughter of Galilean out of the Mr. Greeley mare Mme Belle Brezing.

Bred by and foaled at Hidden Lake Farm in Stillwater and consigned by Mount Royal Sales LLC, agent, the filly is the seventh foal out of Mme Belle Breezing, who is the dam of New York-bred winners Lucky Belle and Comeback P.

Galilean, an 8-year-old son of Uncle Mo out of the El Prado mare Fresia, stands for $3,500 at Hidden Lake Farm in Stillwater. A six-time stakes winner who earned $592,522, Galilean also finished third in the Grade 2 Rebel Stakes in 2019 at Oaklawn Park.

The open session wrapped up the two-day OBS winter sale, which also saw Hip 7[4], a yearling colt by Majestic Warrior’s son Leinster out of the Grand Reward mare Greatest Reward, sell for $43,000.

Machmer Hall purchased the colt, who was bred by Amy Dunne and Beth Bayer and consigned by Beth Bayer, agent. Foaled at Sequel New York in Hudson, the colt is a half-brother to three-time winner and $77,704-earner Sunny San Leon and the 2-year-old Catalina Cruiser filly Beth Almighty.

 

Endnotes:
  1. [Image]: https://www.nytbreeders.org/news/wp-content/uploads/2024/01/467p-1.jpeg
  2. Hip 621: https://obscatalog.com/jan/2024/621.PDF
  3. Hip 467: https://obscatalog.com/jan/2024/467.PDF
  4. Hip 7: https://obscatalog.com/jan/2024/7.PDF

Source URL: https://www.nytbreeders.org/news/2024/01/25/flameaway-colt-galilean-filly-spark-obs-open-session/


Leinster yearling, winning filly Shelly top OBS opener

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Hip 7, a colt by Leinster bred by Amy Dunne and Beth Bayer, sold for $43,000 during Tuesday’s OBS winter mixed sale in Ocala. Photo courtesy of Beth Bayer, agent.

A colt from the first crop of multiple graded stakes winner Leinster and Shelly, a winning 4-year-old daughter of Twirling Candy, highlighted returns for New York-breds during the opening day of the Ocala Breeders’ Sales Co.’s winter mixed sale Tuesday.

Hip 7[2], the short yearling colt by Majestic Warrior’s son Leinster out of the Grand Reward mare Greatest Reward, sold for $43,000 to Machmer Hall during the opening day’s consignor preferred session. He finished the session as the sixth most expensive yearling colt.

Bred by Amy Dunne and Beth Bayer, foaled at Sequel New York in Hudson and consigned by Beth Bayer, agent, the colt is a half-brother to three-time winner and $77,704-earner Sunny San Leon and the 2-year-old Catalina Cruiser filly Beth Almighty.

The consignor preferred session also saw a pair of yearlings by New York-based sires fare well.

Hip 47[3], a colt by 2023 leading New York freshman sire Solomini, sold for $25,000 to Big Toe Stables LLC. Bred by Rhapsody Farm LLC and Rebecca Coleman-Provo, foaled at Rhapsody Farm in Plymouth and consigned by Ordonez Thoroughbreds, agent, the colt is out of the winning Orb mare Radiant Beauty.

Solomini, a 9-year-old Grade 1-placed son of Curlin, stands for $7,500 at McMahon of Saratoga Thoroughbreds in Saratoga Springs. He topped the New York freshman sire list last season with progeny earnings of $1,446,938, which also made him the leading first-crop sire in the Northeast and seventh in North America.

Hip 57[4], a filly by three-time leading New York-based sire Central Banker, sold for $20,000 to Legion Bloodstock, agent for Barbara Minshall. Also bred by Rhapsody Farm LLC and Rebecca Coleman-Provo and foaled at Rhapsody Farm, the filly is out of the Mizzen Mast mare Sailonsilvergirl.

A $7,000 purchase out of last year’s Fasig-Tipton Saratoga fall mixed sale, the filly was consigned at OBS by Danielle Loya’s Silver Oaks Farm, agent.

Central Banker, a 14-year-old son of Speightstown who stands for $7,500 at McMahon of Saratoga Thoroughbreds, topped New York’s general sire list in 2021, 2022 and 2023. He finished 2023 with $4,125,217 in progeny earnings.

Shelly, offered as Hip 273[5] out of the Summerfield consignment during the horses of racing age portion of the opening session, sold for $32,000 to Windylea Farm LLC.

Bred by Stable 63 LLC and Doheny Racing Stable and foaled at Song Hill Thoroughbreds in Mechanicville, the filly is out of the multiple graded stakes-winning Dr Fong mare Testa Rossi. Offered as a racing or broodmare prospect, Shelly went through the ring with a record of 1-1-0 in four starts and $40,522 in earnings. She scored her win in a $30,000 state-bred maiden claiming race Jan. 13 at Aqueduct for owners Michael Doheny and Thomas Coleman and trainer Chad Brown.

The sale concludes with the open session at noon Wednesday.

Endnotes:
  1. [Image]: https://www.nytbreeders.org/news/wp-content/uploads/2024/01/7p.jpeg
  2. Hip 7: https://obscatalog.com/jan/2024/7.PDF
  3. Hip 47: https://obscatalog.com/jan/2024/47.PDF
  4. Hip 57: https://obscatalog.com/jan/2024/57.PDF
  5. Hip 273: https://obscatalog.com/jan/2024/273.PDF

Source URL: https://www.nytbreeders.org/news/2024/01/24/leinster-yearling-winning-filly-shelly-top-obs-opener/


Short yearlings, 4-year-old filly by Practical Joke propel January sale finale

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Hip 1179, a filly by Practical Joke bred by James Doyle, topped the final session of the Keeneland January sale Thursday on a bid of $120,000. Photo courtesy of Buck Pond Farm.

A pair of short yearlings by Practical Joke and a 4-year-old filly by Practical Joke highlighted returns for New York-breds Thursday during the final session of the Keeneland January horses of all ages sale.

David Wade, agent for Sycamore Hall Farm, paid the highest overall price of the session when he went to $120,000 to purchase Hip 1179[2], a filly by Practical Joke out of the Tapit mare Mezah.

Bred by James G. Doyle and consigned by Douglas Arnold’s Buck Pond Farm, the filly is the seventh foal out of Mezah, who is a half-sister to Canadian champion and Kentucky Derby winner Mine That Bird, multiple Grade 1 winner Dullahan and multiple stakes winner Mine That Star.

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Hip 1390, a colt by Practical Joke bred by Keithshire Farm, sold for $90,000 Thursday at Keeneland. Photo courtesy of Indian Creek.

Hip 1390[4], a colt by Practical Joke out of the unraced Unified mare Fancy Bluff, sold for $90,000 to HMC Ltd. during the final session. Bred by Keithshire Farm and consigned by Indian Creek, agent, the colt is the first foal out of Fancy Bluff, who is out of the Curlin mare Fascinate, a half-sister to Grade 1 winner and $1,698,748-earner Dunbar Road.

Disruption, a 4-year-old winning daughter of Practical Joke offered as Hip 1486[5], sold for $40,000 to Paul Jackson/Equine Futures LLC as a racing or broodmare prospect.

Bred by John Lauriello and consigned by Lane’s End, agent, Disruption is out of the winning Malibu Moon mare Orient Moon. A half-sister to stakes winner and $388,350-earner Kept Waiting, Disruption originally sold for $250,000 to Klaravich Stable at the 2021 Fasig-Tipton Saratoga New York-bred yearling sale. Campaigned by Klaravich, Disruption went through the ring with a record of 1-1-1 in eight starts and earnings of $77,278.

Keeneland reported sales on 12 of the 14 New York-breds through the ring Thursday for a total of $298,300, an average price of $24,858 and median of $4,350. Ten of the 12 New York-bred short yearlings offered sold for $253,300, an average price of $25,330 and median of $2,850.

Overall, 72 of the 85 New York-breds offered sold for $2,154,100, an average price of $29,918 and median of $15,000. Of the 50 New York-bred short yearlings through the ring, 41 sold for a total of $1,133,900, an average price of $27,656 and median of $10,000.

Sinclair Thoroughbreds paid the highest price of the sale, going to $200,000 during the second session for the winning Union Rags mare Preposterous. Offered as Hip 478[6] in foal to champion Good Magic, the 10-year-old out of the Harlan’s Holiday mare Krazy Kathy was consigned by Indian Creek, agent. Bred by Fifth Avenue Bloodstock, Preposterous went 2-2-1 in 11 starts and earned $108,415.

Endnotes:
  1. [Image]: https://www.nytbreeders.org/news/wp-content/uploads/2024/01/modified_7746.jpeg
  2. Hip 1179: http://apps.keeneland.com/sales/k424/pdfs/1179.pdf
  3. [Image]: https://www.nytbreeders.org/news/wp-content/uploads/2024/01/modified_7491.jpeg
  4. Hip 1390: http://apps.keeneland.com/sales/k424/pdfs/1390.pdf
  5. Hip 1486: http://apps.keeneland.com/sales/k424/pdfs/1486.pdf
  6. Hip 478: http://apps.keeneland.com/sales/k424/pdfs/478.pdf

Source URL: https://www.nytbreeders.org/news/2024/01/12/short-yearlings-4-year-old-filly-by-practical-joke-spark-january-sale-finale/


Volatile filly, Cousin Kristi top January sale third session

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Hip 903, a filly by Volatile bred by Beals Racing Stable, sold for $57,000 Wednesday at Keeneland. Photo courtesy of Vinery Sales.

A short yearling filly by Volatile from the family of multiple graded stakes winner Last Gunfighter and the winning Kantharos mare Cousin Kristi brought the highest prices for New York-breds during Wednesday’s third session of the Keeneland January horses of all ages sale in Lexington.

David Wade, agent for Sycamore Hall Farm, went to $57,000 for the former. Offered as Hip 903[2] out of the Vinery Sales consignment, the gray or roan filly is out of the Lemon Drop Kid mare Short Squeeze. The filly was bred by Beals Racing Stable, LLC.

A half-sister to Last Gunfighter and Grade 3 winner Tiger Moth, Short Squeeze is the dam of winners Banderas and Restrict, and a 2-year-old Higher Power filly that sold for $60,000 at last year’s Fasig-Tipton Saratoga New York-bred yearling sale.

Cousin Kristi, a 5-year-old out of the multiple stakes winning New York-bred Repent mare Saythreehailmary’s, brought the highest price for a New York-bred racing or broodmare prospect on a bid of $30,000 from CJ Thoroughbreds.

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Cousin Kristi, a two-time winner by Kantharos, sold for $30,000 Wednesday at Keeneland. Photo courtesy of Denali Stud.

Offered as Hip 1018[4] and consigned by Denali Stud, agent, Cousin Kristi sports a record of 2-1-1 from six starts and $66,423 in earnings. Bred by Very Un Stable, Cousin Kristi originally sold for $75,000 to CJ Thoroughbreds at the 2020 Fasig-Tipton Select Yearling Showcase.

Hip 940[5], a short yearling colt by Frosted, landed the co-second highest price of the session on a $30,000 bid from Rexy Bloodstock.

Bred by Twin Oaks Bloodstock and consigned by Hill ‘n’ Dale at Xalapa, agent, the colt is the first foal out of the Nyquist mare Ventriloquist. A half-sister to Grade 3 winner and $341,022-earner Conquest Tsunami, Ventriloquist was purchased in foal to Frosted for $90,000 by MWG at the 2022 Fasig-Tipton Saratoga fall mixed sale.

Keeneland reported sales on 18 of the 23 New York-breds through the ring Wednesday for a total of $209,100, an average price of $11,617 and median of $6,500. Fifteen of the 19 short New York-bred yearlings offered sold for $163,100, an average price of $10,873 and median of $6,000.

The sale concludes with the final session at 10 a.m. ET Thursday.

Endnotes:
  1. [Image]: https://www.nytbreeders.org/news/wp-content/uploads/2024/01/modified_7703.jpeg
  2. Hip 903: http://apps.keeneland.com/sales/k424/pdfs/903.pdf
  3. [Image]: https://www.nytbreeders.org/news/wp-content/uploads/2024/01/modified_7613.jpeg
  4. Hip 1018: http://apps.keeneland.com/sales/k424/pdfs/1018.pdf
  5. Hip 940: http://apps.keeneland.com/sales/k424/pdfs/940.pdf

Source URL: https://www.nytbreeders.org/news/2024/01/11/volatile-filly-cousin-kristi-top-january-sale-third-session/


Six-figure trio spark Keeneland second session

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Preposterous, a winning daughter of Union Rags in foal to Good Magic, sold for $200,000 Tuesday at Keeneland. Photo courtesy of Indian Creek.

Three New York-breds, including a short yearling filly from the second crop of Authentic, sold for $100,000 or more to highlight the second session of the Keeneland January horses of all ages sale Tuesday in Lexington.

Sinclair Thoroughbreds paid the highest price of the session, going to $200,000 to purchase the winning Union Rags mare Preposterous. Offered as Hip 478[2] in foal to champion Good Magic, the 10-year-old out of the Harlan’s Holiday mare Krazy Kathy was consigned by Indian Creek, agent.

Bred by Fifth Avenue Bloodstock, Preposterous went 2-2-1 in 11 starts and earned $108,415. The wins came in her third start and final start, March 12 when she was also claimed for $40,000 by owner Darryl Abramowitz and trainer Horacio DePaz.

Hip 568[3], a daughter of 2000 Horse of the Year and Kentucky Derby and Breeders’ Cup Classic winner Authentic, sold for $120,000 to Avocet Bloodstock. Bred by Morera Breeding & MBR, LLC and foaled at Sequel Stallions New York in Hudson, the filly is the fourth foal out of the Scat Daddy mare Swak.

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Hip 568, a filly by Authentic out of the Scat Daddy mare Swak, sold for $120,000 Tuesday at Keeneland. Photo courtesy of Mulholland Springs.

Consigned by Mulholland Springs, agent, the filly is a half-sister to the 2-year-old Not This Time colt Lucky Lord who sold for $150,000 at last year’s Fasig-Tipton Kentucky October yearling sale; the 3-year-old American Pharoah filly Sarir, who finished fourth in her debut in mid-December; and the 4-year-old American Pharoah colt American Hustle, who has placed twice in six starts. MBR purchased Swak in foal to American Pharoah for $190,000 at the 2020 Keeneland November breeding stock sale.

Hip 438[5], the winning 5-year-old Twirling Candy mare Moam, commanded the third six-figure bid and sold for $100,000 to LBD Stable. Consigned by Paramount Sales, agent, Moam was offered in foal to Yaupon.

Bred by Stonewall Farm, Moam is out of the A.P. Indy mare Mindy Gold and is a half-sister to Grade 3 winner and $439,695-earner Sharp Starr, multiple stakes-placed $395,826-earner Papa Shot and four other winners. Moam won one of eight starts with two seconds and earned $69,670.

Keeneland reported sales on 27 of the 30 New York-breds offered Tuesday for a total of $1,065,200, an average price of $39,452 and median of $20,000. Eight of the nine New York-bred short yearlings through the ring on the day sold for $364,000, an average price of $45,500 and median of $45,000.

The sale continues with the third of four sessions at 10 a.m. Wednesday.

Endnotes:
  1. [Image]: https://www.nytbreeders.org/news/wp-content/uploads/2024/01/modified_7485.jpeg
  2. Hip 478: http://apps.keeneland.com/sales/k424/pdfs/478.pdf
  3. Hip 568: http://apps.keeneland.com/sales/k424/pdfs/568.pdf
  4. [Image]: https://www.nytbreeders.org/news/wp-content/uploads/2024/01/modified_7159.jpeg
  5. Hip 438: http://apps.keeneland.com/sales/k424/pdfs/438.pdf

Source URL: https://www.nytbreeders.org/news/2024/01/10/six-figure-trio-spark-keeneland-second-session/