Tarrant was the day's leading buyer, taking home two horses for $530,000. James Lewis, with Emanuel Tortora as agent, was next with two for $150,000, followed by Ivar W. Malstrom, Jr. with two for $135,000.Hair Trigger Dick, a colt by Montbrook consigned by Ocala Stud Farms, brought $95,000. Rick Pitino's Ol Memorial Stable purchased the colt for $95,000. Hair Trigger Dick was produced from Who's the It Girl (by Who's for Dinner), a half-sister to stakes winner Pete the Chief.Brian Kornier, agent for Carl Odegaard, paid $95,000 for a colt by Lost Soldier out of stakes-placed Cordia (by Sovereign Dancer). Halcyon Hammock Farm, agent consigned the bay colt, who worked a quarter in :22 at the April 19 under tack show.The spring sale continues in Central Florida through Thursday.
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