Ramseys Pay $270,000 for Silver Charm's Son

Edited from a Keeneland report

A son of 1997 Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner Silver Charm brought a top price of $270,000 during Monday's session of Keeneland's September Yearling Sale.

Kenneth L. and Sarah K. Ramsey bought the dark bay or brown colt out of Pub Crawler, by Majestic Light. Stonereath Farm, Inc., agent, sold the colt, who is a half-brother to stakes winner Co Twining Niner.

Silver Charm's first foals are 2-year-olds this year.

Keeneland sold 285 horses during Monday's session for $12,305,000, an average of $43,175 and a median of $30,000.

During the corresponding session last year, 276 horses brought $10,528,400, an average of $38,146 and a median of $30,000.

With seven of 12 sessions complete, 1,690 horses have been sold for $247,770,500, an average of $146,610 and a median off $75,000.

At this point in the sale last year, 1,710 horses had been sold for $188,801,100, an average of $110,410 and a median of $60,000.

The sale continues through Saturday.

Seventh Session Comparison
Year: 2003
No. Sold: 285
Gross: $12,305,000
Average Price: $43,175
Median Price: $30,000

Year: 2002
No. Sold: 276
Gross: $10,528,400
Average Price: $38,146
Median Price: $37,000

Cumulative Comparison (First Seven Sessions)
Year: 2003
No. Sold: 1,690
Gross: $247,770,500
Average Price: $146,610
Median Price: $75,000

Year: 2002
No. Sold: 1,710
Gross: $188,801,100
Average Price: $110,410
Median Price: $60,000

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