You Withdrawn From Keeneland Sale

You Withdrawn From Keeneland Sale
Photo: NYRA/Adam Coglianese
You, shown winning the Test Stakes, has been withdrawn from the Keeneland January sale.
You, who would have been one of the top draws at next week's Keeneland January sale, has been withdrawn from the auction.

The five-time grade I winner of $2.1 million will be retained by her owner, Edmund Gann, and bred this spring. The announcement was made by Mill Ridge Farm, which had consigned You to the sale. You is by You and I- and out of the Homebuilder mare Our Dani.

You has not started since Oct. 5, when she ran second in the grade I Spinster Stakes at Keeneland.

"There was a great deal of sentiment attached to this mare. Mr. Gann called today and wished to withdraw her from the sale. He said he plans to breed her this year." Mill Ridge director of sales Bayne Welker Jr. said.

No mating plans were announced.

You was trained by Bobby Frankel. She won nine of 23 starts and earned $2,101,353. She was bred in Kentucky by Dolphus Morrison.

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