BC Sale Horses: How They Did

BC Sale Horses: How They Did
Photo: Rick Samuels
Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies winner Stardom Bound is scheduled to sell at Fasig-Tipton Nov. 2.
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A number of female runners that competed in the Breeders’ Cup World Championships at Santa Anita Park are entered in the upcoming Fasig-Tipton November select mixed and Keeneland November breeding stock sales in Lexington. By far the most successful was Stardom Bound, who scored by 1½ lengths in the Bessemer Trust Juvenile Fillies (gr. I) as the favorite. She is Hip No. 65 in the Fasig-Tipton auction, which is scheduled for Nov. 2.

Five starters in the Sentient Flight Group Filly & Mare Sprint were nominated to the Fasig-Tipton sale. However, third finisher Zaftig (Hip No. 93) was scratched from the auction prior to the Breeders’ Cup. According to Fasig-Tipton’s director of marketing, Terence Collier, the plan was to offer Zaftig only if she did not continue to train well. The other Fasig-Tipton auction entrants that ran in the race are Miraculous Miss (4th, Hip No.8), Intangaroo (6th, Hip No. 159) ), Magnificience (7th, Hip No. 4), Jazzy (8th, Hip No. 163), and Dearest Trickski (11th, Hip No. 126).

Pure Clan, who finished last of 10 in the Emirates Airlines Filly & Mare Turf (gr. IT), is nominated to the Fasig-Tipton sale as Hip No. 42. Vacare, fourth in the same race, is Hip No. 522 in the Keeneland auction, which begins Nov. 3.

Hystericalady, fifth in the Ladies Classic (gr. I), is Hip No. 53 in the Keeneland sale, and Bear Now, who finished last in the field of eight after setting the early pace, is Hip No. 105 in the Fasig-Tipton auction.

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