Headley Bell of Mill Ridge Farm comments on the Keeneland September sale prospects and format change.
Lane's End Farm's Bill Farish discusses the Keeneland September yearling sale.
Evan Hammonds talks with Greg Goodman of Mt. Brilliant Farm prior to 2013 September yearling sale.
Hip 183, a colt by Malibu Moon out of grade I winner Madcap Escapade. Offered by Hill 'n'; Dale Sales Agency. watch video
Claiborne Farm's Bradley Purcell discusses War Front colt from the family of Super Derby winner Departing. watch video
Claiborne Farm's Bradley Purcell discusses War Front colt from family of Super Derby winner Departing.
Evan Hammonds talks with Trainer Kelly Breen about the Keeneland September yearling sale. watch video
The appeal of first-year sires for buyers at the Keeneland September yearling sale, which waned during the Great Recession, seems to be making a comeback in 2013.
The Keeneland September yearling sale is a tradition. As Saratoga is the "August place to be" so might Keeneland be considered the September hotspot. In another industry it might be considered a convention of sorts.
Hip 459, a colt by champion Speightstown out of group I winner Sleepytime. Offered by Taylor Made Sales. watch video
Evan Hammonds talks with Trainer Kelly Breen about the Keeneland September yearling sale
Hip 183, a colt by Malibu Moon out of grade I winner Madcap Escapade. Offered by Hill 'n' Dale Sales Agency.
Hip 459, a colt by champion Speightstown out of group I winner Sleepytime. Offered by Taylor Made Sales,
Optimism is high heading into the 12-day Keeneland September yearling sale. A new four-day format for Book One greets buyers and sellers beginning Sept. 9.
Claire Novak talks with Craig Bandoroff of Denali Stud and Tom Thornbury, Keeneland director of sales. Craig describes what he looks for in horses and expectations for the sale. Tom compares last year to this year. watch video
Claire Novak talks with Craig Bandoroff of Denali Stud and Tom Thornbury, Keeneland Director of Sales. Craig describes what he looks for in horses and expectations for the sale. Tom compares last year to this year. Sponsored by Taylor Made Sales.
A look through the 2013 Keeneland September catalog shows the usual depth of promising yearlings. This list spotlights yearlings out of grade I-winning mares who already have produced at least one stakes winner.
As the largest yearling sale on the planet, Keeneland September tries to provide something for everyone and this year that will include 24 first-book yearlings by European-based sires.
- By Claire Novak
Hip 541, Indian Charlie filly out of G1 winner Take Charge Lady who is a half to Travers winner Will Take Charge and G1 winner Take Charge Indy. Consigned by Hill 'n' Dale. Watch Video
Hip 541, Indian Charlie filly out of G1 winner Take Charge Lady who is a half to Travers winner Will Take Charge and G1 winner Take Charge Indy. Consigned by Hill 'n' Dale.
E. Paul Robsham Stables, which bred and raced grade I stakes winners such as Awesome Maria and R Heat Lightning, will completely disperse its breeding stock at Keeneland's 2013 November sale.
Above all, buyers want choices. read blog
Grade I winner Daisy Devine will be offered at this year's Keeneland November sale, it was announced Aug. 21. The millionaire will be consigned by Eaton Sales as agent for owner James M. Miller.
Keeneland officials announced July 31 that 3,908 yearlings have been cataloged for its 2013 September yearling sale. The sale which will run under a new format, will be held Sept. 9-21.
Keeneland's September sale tweaks benefit everyone. read blog
Top consignors commented favorably about Keeneland's new format for a four-day 'Book 1' of its September yearling sale for 2013.
Keeneland sales officials March 13 announced a redesign of the format for the 2013 September yearling sale, to be held Sept. 9-20.
- By Steve Haskin
Lenny and Steve discuss Eblouissante, the November Sales results, including the number of horses going overseas, Exchange Wagering, and the Top 10 Reasons to be Thankful. Sponsored by Darby Dan Farm. Watch Video
Dolphus Morrison, breeder of Horse of the Year Rachel Alexandra, will disperse his Thoroughbred holdings during the Keeneland November breeding stock sale.
Chauncey Morris, a sales marketing associate at Keeneland, has been named chief executive officer of Thoroughbred Breeders of Australia.
Part 4 includes a discussion of full-card simulcasting, the ups-and-downs of the sale company, and the old sale pavilion. Watch Video
Breeders have done a good job cutting the numbers of horses that they breed and reducing the stud fees of stallions. Now, some other things have to happen for the Thoroughbred industry to get out of its slump. Read Blog
With about one hour remaining in Keeneland's April sale of 2-year-olds in training Tuesday, top price of $650,000 had been paid by Emanuel and Laura de Seroux's Narvick International for a Pleasant Colony colt consigned by Ciaran Dunne's Wavertree Stables Inc. Three juveniles had fetched the co-second highest price of $400,000.
Funeral services for longtime Keeneland auctioneer Tom Caldwell were held at Shepherd of the Valley on Tuesday, with burial following at Memory Gardens in Medford, Ore.
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