Michael Wallace, agent for St. Elias Stables, paid $125,000 for a filly by, who’s a full sister to 2022 Grade 2 Saratoga Particular third-place finisher Tremendous Chow, to guide Friday’s eleventh of 12 classes of the Keeneland September Yearling Sale.
Consigned by Legacy Bloodstock, agent for, the filly is out of Bonita Mia, by Warrior’s Reward. She is from the household of Grade/Group 1 winners Miss Match, Carina Mia and Miss Linda (ARG).
With the acquisition, Wallace, agent for St. Elias, was the session’s main purchaser.
With someday remaining within the September Sale, a complete of two,663 yearlings have offered by means of the ring for $402,977,700, for a median of $151,325 and a median of $80,000. The gross is 14.22 % increased than the entire from final yr’s 11-day sale when 2,671 horses offered by means of the ring for $352,815,500. The typical value is up 14.56 % from $132,091 in 2021, whereas the median is 23.08 % above $65,000 final yr.
The gross of this yr’s sale is a report for a Keeneland public sale. The mark formally was handed throughout Thursday’s tenth day of promoting.
On Friday, Keeneland recorded gross sales of $3,037,700 for 175 yearlings, for a median of $17,358 and a median of $15,000. The entire is beneath the corresponding session in 2021 when 243 horses offered for $3,930,000. This yr’s common value elevated 7.33 % from $16,173 in 2021, whereas the median was 25 % increased than $12,000 final yr.
Canuck Racing Membership paid $70,000 for the session’s second excessive vendor, Curlquest, a colt by Exaggerator from the household of champion Blind Luck. Consigned by Fort Park Farm (Noel Murphy), agent, he’s out of I am the Motive, by.
A colt by Karakontie (JPN) consigned by, agent, offered to MC Bloodstock for $62,000. Out of the successful Dansili (GB) mare Shall We (IRE), he’s from the household of Group 1 winner Dolphin Avenue and Group 2 winner Perception (FR).
Nicola Barron bought a colt byfrom Elm Tree Farm (Mr. and Mrs. Jody Huckabay), agent, for $52,000. A half-brother to stakes winner Soiled Dangle, he’s from the household of Grade 3 winner Pataky Child.
Consigned by Fort Park Farm (Noel Murphy), agent, a colt byoffered to Ok.O.I.D. for $50,000. Out of the Story of the Cat mare Abounding Love, he’s from the household of Grade 2 winner Candy Vendetta.
The session’s main consignor was Taylor Made Gross sales Company, which offered 20 horses for $413,500.
The twelfth and closing session of September Sale begins Saturday at 10 a.m. ET.