Thoroughbred Sales

Previews, results and analysis for Thoroughbred public sales

  • Lot 541, a filly by Galileo, sells for €1.1 million Nov. 22

    Galileo Filly Tops Goffs November Foal Sale

    The third lot into the ring Nov. 22, the feature day of the Goffs November foal sale, provided the highlight to three days of foal trade that saw turnover rise by 43% and average by 22% over the equivalent sessions in 2016.

  • Proceeds from Dicey Flats' purchase were pledged to Lexington Catholic High School's tuition assistance program

    Bloom Purchases Mare to Help Good Cause

    When Jeff Bloom came to Kentucky to shop the Keeneland November sale, he didn't expect to be leaving with Hip 1742, a Flatter mare named Dicey Flats. But Bloom ended up privately purchasing the mare, who came with an added incentive.

  • Long On Value at Woodbine in September

    Long On Value, Airoforce Among Sale Prospects

    Horses of racing age will step up to the plate at the Keeneland November sale Nov. 13-14, with graded stakes winning horses and colts, and a few geldings, scheduled to go through the ring. 

  • Katie Taylor, who manages Bloodstock Investments, went to $200,000 for Hip 1810

    Bloodstock Investments Acquires Carpe Diem Colt

    Bloodstock Investments continued to add to its portfolio of pinhook prospects, going to $200,000 to acquire a colt from the first crop of Carpe Diem during the sixth session of the Keeneland November breeding stock sale.

  • Adrian Regan of Hunter Valley Farm

    Reasonable Reserves Boost Hunter Valley Consignment

    Hunter Valley Farm has had a successful Keeneland November breeding stock sale, ostensibly due to the ability of the Versailles, Ky., nursery to establish reserves that enable the large consignment to have a high turnover rate.

  • Hip 1460, a filly from the first crop of Lea, sells for $230,000 at the Keeneland November sale

    Lea Weanlings Off to Strong Start for Value Sire

    The first crop of Claiborne Farm's Lea made a splash when going through the sales ring for the first time at the Keeneland November sale, with a filly bringing the top price for a weanling during the Nov. 11 session.

  • All proceeds from Dicey Flat's sale Nov. 12 at Keeneland will to go Lexington Catholic's tuition assistance program

    Taylor Made Offers Mare for Charity at Keeneland

    When Hip 1742 goes through the ring at the Keeneland November sale Nov. 12, Taylor Made Sales Agency isn't just offering a nice mare named Dicey Flats in foal to Verrazano, but the chance to donate to a good cause as well.

  • Woodford Thoroughbreds' Matt Lyons.

    Tension Tops Keeneland's Fourth Session

    It was the total package: Tension, a young daughter of leading sire Tapit in foal to prominent sire Curlin lit up the Keeneland November breeding stock bid board, going for $750,000 to the account of Woodford Thoroughbreds.

  • 2017 Keeneland November Sale Day 3 Recap

    2017 Keeneland November Sale Day 3 Recap

    Claire Novak recaps day 3 of the Keeneland November sale with a look at the top hips of the day and comments Chris Richardson, Managing Director of Cheveley Park Stud and Yukio Shimokobe of Shimokobe Farm. Brought to you by Taylor Made Sales Agency.

  • Jockeys and Jeans Stallion Season Auction Scheduled

    On Dec. 1, the all volunteer group founded by former jockeys Jockeys and Jeans will hold its third annual stallion season auction, this year at Fasig-Tipton’s Seattle Slew Room in Lexington, to benefit the Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund.

  • Fools In Love brings seven figures during the first session of Book 2 at Keeneland

    $1 Million Bid Secures Fools in Love

    Fools In Love, the dam of recent group 2 winner Seahenge, was knocked down for $1 million to Cheveley Park Stud, the highest price early during the Nov. 9 third session of the Keeneland November breeding stock sale.

  • 2017 Keeneland November Sale Day 2 Recap

    2017 Keeneland November Sale Day 2 Recap

    Claire Novak recaps the second day of the Keeneland November sale with a look at the top hips and comments from Craig Bandoroff of Denali Stud, Jane Lyon of Summer Wind Farm, and Fernando Diaz-Valdes. Brought to you by Taylor Made Sales Agency.

  • Twirl was a $3.1 million RNA at the Keeneland November sale

    Twirl a Pricey Buy-Back at Keeneland

    Twirl (IRE), the final horse through the ring during the Nov. 8 second session of the Keeneland November breeding stock sale represented a large buy-back, failing to sell on a final bid of $3.1 million.

  • Paola Queen brings $1.7 million

    Paola Queen Commands $1.7M from Don Alberto

    Paola Queen, who won the 2016 Test Stakes (G1), becomes the third-highest-priced broodmare or broodmare prospect at the Keeneland November breeding stock sale's second session. No decision has been made on who the daughter of Flatter will be bred to.

  • Leggy Tapit Filly Sells for $675,000

    Michael Levy bought the filly on behalf of Skara Glen Stables, which intends to race her. She is the fourth foal out of millionaire Mushka, who won the 2009 Juddmonte Spinster Stakes (G1).

  • Lucky to Be Me brings $1,250,000

    Dam of Champagne Room Sells for $1,250,000

    One more bid from Shunsuke Yoshida on behalf of Northern Farm sealed the deal on Lucky to Be Me, the dam of champion and Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies (G1) winner Champagne Room. The daughter of Bernstein is in foal to Uncle Mo.