The colt will compete in a 1 1/8-mile allowance race at Gulfstream Park.
The average yearling price for pinhooked horses is down 31.6% from 2009.
First runner scheduled to compete in the seventh race Feb. 14 at Gulfstream Park.
There are 134 2-year-olds in the auction, which is scheduled for March 22.
Will offer clients' horses at the Fasig-Tipton Florida select sale.
Veteran agents Barry Berkelhammer and Bob Feld team to form new bloodstock business.
Median price holds steady during the auction, which was held Feb. 8 in Lexington.
Broodmare prospect is the highest-priced horse sold so far at the Kentucky winter mixed sale.
Sale company officials hopeful the market has stabilized after big downturns in 2009.
Several consignors make predictions about the market's performance.
Company president Boyd Browning says catalog is one of the strongest Fasig-Tipton has ever put together for a juvenile auction.
Auction, which is scheduled for Feb. 8 in Lexington, has 115 yearlings among its offerings.
Florida mixed auction's gross declines 22.5% while average drops 7.9%.
Winter mixed sale opens with a 13.2% increase in average and a 24.4% rise in median.
Fifth win for Khalid Abdullah's global operation; won in 1995, 2001-03
Number in the catalog is down 20% from a year ago.
Declines in gross and median are less steep than they were in 2009.
"The best is yet to come," according to the trainer, who says the operation is downsizing to focus on quality.
Lack of quality stock in the Keeneland January horses of all ages sale in Lexington contributed to an overall decline in prices during the first three days, according to buyers and consignors.
Third session gross plummets 42.4% while median price plunges 45%.
Grade I winners Point Ashley and Spoken Fur, both in foal to Ghostzapper, have been sold privately after being scratched from the Jan. 12 second session of the Keeneland horses of all ages sale.
World's most expensive broodmare will be bred back to Street Cry
Gross and average rise, but results for overall sale remain down.
Diamond A Farms owner wins a Range Rover from Castleton Lyons.
Gross declines 44.8%, and median drops 25.9% from a year ago.
Mare was expected to be one of top sellers during Keeneland auction's first session.
Breeders and consignors saw a little light at the end of a long, dark financial tunnel during last November's Keeneland sale, and they're hoping the glimmer will get a little brighter during Keeneland's January auction.
These horses could bring high prices as the Keeneland auction kicks off Jan. 11.
Listed are horses that could bring high prices, based on their pedigrees or horsemen's comments, during the second session of Keeneland's horses of all ages sale.
Conditions were brutal at Keeneland Jan. 9, two days before the start of the Central Kentucky company's horses of all ages sale.
Keeneland officials hoping demand is solid for short yearlings in January sale.
Half-brother to Lookin At Lucky also scratched from Central Kentucky auction.
Several sale company officials and horsemen talk about what they think will happen in the commercial Thoroughbred marketplace in 2010.
The 35,000-square-foot structure is 2 1/2 stories tall.
Son of A.P. Indy scores by 1 1/2 lengths at Santa Anita Park.
The organization is working on a best practice document for its members and guidelines to improve vet-trainer-owner relationships.
Median price increases 38.9% from a year ago while buy-back rate falls. Gross drops 21.7%
Filly needed a break following the Woodward Stakes (gr. I) more than she needed to face Zenyatta in the Breeders' Cup.
Horses need a break after competing in the Dubai World Cup (UAE-I) because of the long period of training and competing involved.
The average price rose 27.5% from a year ago and the median price increased 33.3% during the Hong Kong International Sale.
Based on figures through Dec. 8 released by the organization, the event attracted a record 7,552 veterinarians, veterinary technicians, veterinary students, exhibitors, and others.
There is some bad news for the sellers of young Thoroughbreds that have suffered from Lawsonia intracellularis (LI) infection, according to Dr. Michele Frazer.
The market for quality stock was pretty solid, according to buyers and consignors participating in the first week of the Keeneland November breeding stock sale.
Cotton Blossom, winner of the 2007 Acorn Stakes (gr. I), became the most expensive horse sold so far at the Keeneland November breeding stock sale when she brought $2.3 million during the auction's second session Nov. 11 in Lexington.
Summer Raven, winner of the 2004 Tempted Stakes (gr. III) and in foal to Unbridled's Song, became the first horse to bring seven figures Nov. 11 during the second session of the Keeneland November breeding stock auction in Lexington. Offered around noon (EST), she sold for $1.7 million to Kentucky bloodstock agent Reynolds Bell.
Mary Delaney, winner of the 2007 Vinery Madison Stakes (gr. II) at Keeneland, kicked off the Overbrook Farm dispersal at the Keeneland November breeding stock auction in Lexington by selling for $850,000. She was the second horse in the sale ring during the auction's second session Nov. 11. Kentucky bloodstock agent Reynolds Bell purchased her from Eaton Sales' consignment.
Azeri, the 2002 Horse of the Year, brought $2,250,000 early in the afternoon of Nov. 10 during the opening session of the Keeneland November breeding stock sale in Lexington. The price was the highest so far during the auction.
The final bid on Swift Temper was $2,050,000, but it came from her owner, Mark Stanley, so she didn't find a new home Nov. 10 during the opening session of the Keeneland November breeding stock sale in Lexington. Taylor Made Sales Agency consigned the 5-year-old daughter of Giant's Causeway to the auction for Stanley as a racing or broodmare prospect.
The Keeneland November breeding stock sale was hammered last year by the global financial crisis, suffering alarming downturns of 45.5% in gross, 39% in average price, and 42.9% in median price after a record-setting run in 2007. This year, consignors and sale company officials are hoping that, at the very least, the declines will slow down, but the odds are against a rebound during the auction's 13-day run, Nov. 10-22, in Lexington.
Three participants in this year's Breeders' Cup World Championships â€" Diamondrella, Lethal Heat, and Magical Fantasy -- were scheduled to be offered at the Nov. 10 Fasig-Tipton November select mixed sale in Lexington as of Nov. 9. Grade I winner Diamondrella finished 11th in the Breeders' Cup Turf Sprint; grade II winner Lethal Heat was seventh in the Breeders' Cup Ladies Classic (gr. I); and grade I winner Magical Fantasy finished fifth in the Emirates Airline Breeders' Cup Filly & Mare Turf (gr. IT).
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