Thoroughbred Sales

Previews, results and analysis for Thoroughbred public sales

  • Consignor Duncan Lloyd

    Lloyds Score With Violence Colt at Keeneland

    With their first sale consignment since taking a hiatus from selling horses at public auction, Duncan and DeeDee Lloyd scored the top-priced offering during the Sept. 21 session of the Keeneland September yearling sale.

  • Tony Cummins (left) and friend John O’Herlihy at Keeneland where Cummins sold a Quality Road colt for $95,000 Sept. 20

    First-Time Pinhooker Hits Book 5 Paydirt

    Tony Cummins of Boston bought his first horse, a Quality Road weanling, last year for $5,000. He sold the colt Sept. 20 for $95,000 during Book 5 of the Keeneland September yearling sale.

  • The Keeneland September session topper Sept. 20, a daughter of first-crop sire Atreides

    Sept. 20 Session Topper Brings $175,000

    A racy gray/roan filly from the first crop of Hill ‘n’ Dale Farms’ Atreides topped the ninth session of the Keeneland September yearling sale. The filly, Hip 3077, brought $175,000 Sept. 20, the first session of Book 5.

  • A Warrior's Reward filly, Hip 2702, was the co-highest price at the eighth session of the Keeneland September yearling sale

    Momentum Carries Through Keeneland Book 4

    Two yearlings, a filly by Warrior’s Reward and a colt by Stay Thirsty, each sold for $325,000 to headline Tuesday's session as Keeneland sold 285 yearlings for gross sales of $15,571,000, an average of $54,635 and a median of $40,000.

  • Craig Bernick of Glen Hill Farm

    Glen Hill's Purchases Include $285,000 Orb Filly

    After being quiet during the early part of the Keeneland September yearling sale, Glen Hill Farm's Craig Bernick has been busy, with one of his purchases being an Orb filly bought for $285,000 during the Sept. 18 session.

  • Mike Ryan

    Ryan Buys a 'Very Special' Cairo Prince Colt

    Agent Mike Ryan, the current second-leading buyer at the Keeneland September yearling sale, could barely contain his excitement over a Cairo Prince colt he bought for $350,000 during the Sept. 18 first session of Book 4.

  • Cathryn Sophia, the morning after her 2016 Kentucky Oaks victory

    Cathryn Sophia, Her Emmynency to Keeneland November

    Longines Kentucky Oaks (G1) winner Cathryn Sophia and Her Emmynency, winner of the Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Cup (G1T) at Keeneland, have been consigned by Bedouin Bloodstock to Keeneland's 2017 November breeding stock sale, which begins Nov. 7.

  • Ron Winchell speaks with reporters at the Keeneland September sale

    Huckabays Rewarded by Trappe Shot Investment

    Jody and Michelle Huckabay bought an interest in Trappe Shot, and during the Sept. 16 session of Keeneland September yearling sale, they were rewarded when a filly by the Claiborne Farm stallion was sold for $480,000.

  • Catalog for The Saratoga Fall Sale Now Online

    Fasig-Tipton has catalogued 298 entries for The Saratoga Fall Sale, the company's mixed sale to be held on Monday, October 16 in Saratoga Springs, New York.  The sale will be conducted in the Humphrey S. Finney Pavilion and begin at 10 am.

  • Justin Casse said there hasn't been enough time to look at yearlings due to the new format at Keeneland

    Buyers Find New Keeneland Format Challenging

    The new format for Keeneland's September yearling sale in which almost double the number of horses were offered before the Sept. 15 day break in selling than during the same period last year proved challenging for buyers.

  • Hip 319, a Violence colt from the Warrendale consignment, sells for $725,000 Sept. 12

    Violence Colts Return Highest Pinhook Profits

    A Violence colt sold for $725,000 during the Sept. 12 second session of the Keeneland September yearling sale produced a whopping return on investment of 760% for the pinhooking entity which bought him as a weanling for $70,000.

  • Keeneland September Sale Recap Day 4

    Keeneland September Sale Recap Day 4

    Claire Novak recaps Day 4 of the Keeneland September sale, including a look at some of the top hips. Includes comments from Bret Jones, Kerri Radcliffe, and Conrad Bandoroff. Sponsored by Taylor Made Farm

  • Claiborne Farm's Walker Hancock helped put together Marchmont Stable, which purchased four yearlings for $1.8 million

    Newly Formed Marchmont Stable Seeking Classic Horses

    Marchmont Stable, a group consisting of Claiborne Farm and some of its clients who want to buy two-turn colts with classic potential was active during the first week of the Keeneland September yearling sale, buying four horses for $1.8 million.

  • Multiple Rewards for Jones at Keeneland September

    Airdrie Stud owner Brereton Jones turned his Kentucky Oaks winner Believe You can into another $1 million when he sold a Tapit filly out of the mare, but he got as emotional about a buy-back from his mare named Fought the Fight

  • Shadwell's Rick Nichols said he was not surprised the operation was the leading Book 1 buyer by gross

    Shadwell Stays Active at End of Book 2

    Shadwell may have been the leading Book 1 buyer Sept. 11 at the Keeneland September yearling sale, with eight horses acquired for $6,825,000, but Sheikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al Maktoum's international operation remained active throughout Book 2 as well.

  • Hip 1125, a Tapit colt out of Comedy, brought $900,000

    Eric Fein Goes to $900,000 for Tapit Colt

    The Tapit show continues during the fourth day of the Keeneland September yearling sale with a colt out of Comedy going to Eric Fein for $900,000. Comedy is the dam of graded stake winner Taris and stakes winners Theatre Star and Stoweshoe.

  • Barretts Announces 2018 Sale Dates

    Barretts announces 2018 sale dates, with the location of sales the same as 2017. As previously announced, the March and May 2-year-olds in training sales have been combined in 2018 and will held in April.

  • Keeneland September Sale Recap Day 3

    Keeneland September Sale Recap Day 3

    Claire Novak recaps day 3 of the Keeneland September Sale, including comments from David Anderson, Kerri Radcliffe, and Eric Fein. Sponsored by Taylor Made Sales Agency.

  • Hip 820, a colt by Curlin out of Sumptuous, sells for $725,000

    Curlin Colt Goes to Juddmonte Farms for $725,000

    The colt (Hip 820) was bred and raised by Stonestreet Thoroughbred Holdings and sold by Francis and Barbara Vanlangendonck's Summerfield consignment. Sumptuous is a half sister to graded stakes winner Strike It Rich (by Unbridled's Song).