Headlines for Monday, November 25, 2002

  • Spectrum filly sold for record price at Tattersalls.

    Tattersalls Sets Yearling Sale Records

    Records were established for gross revenue, average price, and highest price for an individual horse Monday during the Tattersalls yearling sale in England.

  • Invitations Extended for Inaugural Great State Challenge

    Invitations were extended Monday, Nov. 25, to the connections of the 84 ranked horses in the NTRA Great State Challenge. The NTRA Great State Challenge, presented by John Deere and Fed Ex and to be held at Sam Houston Race Park on Dec. 7, is comprised of six races, each worth $275,000 and boasting full fields representing some of the finest state-bred runners in America.

  • Cromartie Purchases Part of Silverleaf Property

    Bloodstock agent Bob Cromartie has purchased 260 acres of the former Silverleaf Farm near Orange Lake, Fla., from SLF Partners, the investment group that owns the nursery.

  • Kentucky Seeks Economic Impact Study

    No one in Kentucky knows exactly how many horses or farms make up what is now the state's number one agricultural industry, but the Kentucky Department of Agriculture, in partnership with some of the state's equine leaders, hopes to change that.

  • Clark Handicap contender Crafty Shaw, with trainer Pete Vestal.

    Crafty Shaw Sizzles in Clark Workout

    Crafty Shaw, winner of the Schaefer Mile at Hoosier Park in his most recent outing, tuned up for a run in the $400,000-added Clark Handicap (gr. I) with a sizzling workout on Monday at Churchill Downs.

  • Goffs Foal, Mare Sales Record Increases

    Officials of Goffs Ireland were delighted with the results of their foal and mare sales. The six-day run of auctions ended on Sunday with increases all round in turnover (+11.%), average (+8.4%), and median (+10%), though there were still plenty who failed to sell.