Percentage of yearlings sold skyrockets at first three major sales
Fasig-Tipton's Summer Horses of Racing Age sale will be back in 2014.
Wavertree Stables, Bernardini lead the top end of the market
New faces, new roles for '13 emerge at the Keeneland January sale.
The next generation of de Merics makes its mark on the auction industry.
Foreign buyers taking a little off the top of America's best bloodlines.
Select sale companies need to make sure they have enough juveniles on offer to attract a crowd
Bloodstock & Markets: Doing one's homework, value shopping among keys
A look at first-crop yearling sires and next year's 2-year-old sales calendar
Reduced stud fees lead to better percentages during '11 yearling sale season.
In today's sales arena, commercial breeders find they need to be more nimble, find alternatives
Cash-strapped breeders prefer proven sires over young stallions, making it tougher to launch the careers of new studs.
Oaks-winning owner offers tips for buyers. 'I'm not looking for the horse that has matured or has been pushed into maturity too quickly.'
2-year-olds most profitable market in 2010
Takes contrarian view at last year's sales; winds up with dam of Dialed In. Bloodstock & Markets
Looking inside the 2010 yearling average numbers
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