Fasig-Tipton announced Oct. 9 the addition of three broodmares to its 2013 November sale supplemental catalog. Consigned by Bluewater Sales, agent on behalf of Southern Equine Stables, the mares are:
—Danceinthesunlight (Hip 213): A daughter of A.P. Indy from the family of champions Dancethruthedawn and Dance Smartly, as well as champion sire Smart Strike. The 8-year-old is the dam of top 3-year-old colt Moreno, seven-length winner of this year's Dwyer Stakes (gr. II) and runner-up in the Travers Stakes (gr. I), Pennsylvania Derby (gr. II), and Jim Dandy Stakes (gr. II). She is offered in foal to Giant's Causeway .
—Mi Vida (Hip 214): A stakes performing daughter of Distorted Humor out of a stakes-winning full sister to grade I winner and leading young sire Majestic Warrior. Her first dam and second dam—Dream Supreme and Spinning Round—are both grade I winners and grade I producers. Additionally, she is a half sister to the top-priced yearling colt sold at the 2013 Fasig-Tipton Saratoga August yearling sale. Mi Vida is offered in foal to Quality Road .
—Champagne d'Oro (Hip 215): Dual grade I-winning daughter of champion sire Medaglia d'Oro captured both the Acorn Stakes (gr. I) at Belmont Park and Test Stakes (gr. I) at Saratoga Race Course at 3. The 6-year-old is a half sister to Belmont Stakes (gr. I) winner Ruler On Ice. She is offered in foal to Tapit .
Meg Levy of Bluewater Sales explained that these mares are being sold as part of Southern Equine's overall business plan.
"Participants in the Thoroughbred industry understand the tax requirements for profitability," Levy said in a statement. "The sale of these horses in 2013 will achieve this requirement."
Fasig-Tipton president Boyd Browning added, "These are wonderful additions to our November catalog. Young mares of this quality are very difficult to obtain and buyers throughout the world will be excited about the potential of these offerings."
Pedigrees and additional information are at www.fasigtipton.com. The November sale will take place Nov. 4, beginning at 4 p.m. in Lexington.