Thoroughbred Sales

Previews, results and analysis for Thoroughbred public sales

  • Spring in the Air sells for $1.65 million

    Nawara Stud to $1.65M for Spring in the Air

    Spring in the Air, a Canadian champion in foal to War Front, was acquired by Nawara Stud, for $1.65 million as the bidding picked up late in the first session of Keeneland's November breeding stock sale.

  • Shook Up sells for $1.65 million

    Three Chimneys Buys Shook Up for $1.65M

    Shook Up, a daughter of Tapit who ran a troubled second in this year's Longines Kentucky Oaks (gr. I), was purchased by Three Chimneys for $1.65 million during the Keeneland November breeding stock sale.

  • Don't Tell Sophia was purchased for $1.2 million

    Don't Tell Sophia Brings $1.2 Million

    Grade I winner Don't Tell Sophia, bought by trainer Phil Sims for $1,000 as a yearling, was purchased by Shunsuke Yoshida for $1.2 million during the early portion of the Nov. 2 session of the Keeneland November sale.

  • Hip 28, Colonial Flag was purchased by Reynolds Bell for $1.6 Million.

    Mares in Foal to Tapit Top at Keeneland

    Two mares in foal to Tapit were the first to sell for seven figures during the early portion of the Keeneland November breeding stock sale Nov. 2, with Colonial Flag going for $1.6 million and Comedy bringing $1.5 million.

  • Angela Renee was the Fasig-Tipton November sale topper.

    $3M Angela Renee Tops at F-T November

    Grade 1 winner Angela Renee, a full sister to To Honor and Serve, topped Fasig-Tipton's November sale on a $3 million bid from Don Alberto at a session that saw fewer million-dollar lots as median and buybacks rose.

  • Callback, hip 163, shot quickly over $2 million

    Partnership Buys Callback for $2.8 Million

    Callback, the grade I winning daughter of Street Sense, shot quickly over the $2 million mark before settling on a final bid of $2.8 million paid by Elevage Bloodstock, a partnership between Glen Hill and Hill 'n' Dale Farm.

  • Angela Renee, hip 152, was bought for $3 million

    Don Alberto Secures Angela Renee for $3M

    Grade I winner Angela Renee, a full sister to multiple grade I winner To Honor and Serve, sold to Don Alberto Corp. Nov. 1 for $3 million, the highest price so far at the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky November sale in Lexington.

  • Reneesgotzip

    Reneesgotzip, Renda for Seven Figures at F-T

    Multiple graded stakes winner Reneesgotzip and Renda, who is the dam of grade I winner Rock Fall, each fetched seven figures at the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky November sale Nov. 1 in Lexington.

  • Hip 99 sold for $1.35 million to Stonestreet Thoroughbred Holdings.

    Molly Morgan Brings $1.35M at F-T Sale

    Grade I winner Molly Morgan sold for $1.35 million to Stonestreet Thoroughbred Holdings at the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky November sale Nov. 1 in Lexington

  • Hip 89 sells for $2.1 million

    In-Foal Let Faith Arise Brings $2.1M at F-T

    Grade I winner Let Faith Arise, offered in foal to leading sire Tapit, was the first horse to crack the seven-figure barrier at the Fasig-Tipton November sale Nov. 1, selling to $2.1 million to Marie Jones.

  • Fasig-Tipton November Sale Preview

    Fasig-Tipton President Boyd Browning and Mark Taylor of Taylor Made Sales discuss what they expect to see at the November Sale. Sponsored by Taylor Made Sales Agency.

  • Three Bring Six Figures at Barretts Sale

    Yearlings by Good Journey, Street Boss, and Stormin Fever each brought six figures as the top three prices at the Oct. 27 Barretts Sales fall sale of yearlings, horses of racing age, and broodmares held at Del Mar.

  • After the Runway Episode III: Keeneland Sales

    Follow international model Esther de Jong's journey as we learn about the Keeneland Yearling Sale in episode three of this original ABRFilms four-episode series.

  • Fasig-Tipton October Sale Day 3 Wrap

    Ian Tapp recaps Day 3 of the Fasig-Tipton October Yearling sale, including comments from the connections of the session top seller and from Boyd Browning, Fasig-Tipton President. Brought to you by Taylor Made Sales Agency

  • Lot 161, an Oasis Dream colt, brought €290,000.

    Oasis Dream Colt Leads Day 1 Trade at Arqana

    Anne and Etienne Drionne's Coulonces Consignment sold the day's highest-priced yearling at the opening session of the Arqana October sale Oct. 20, an Oasis Dream colt to Voute Sales.

  • Fasig-Tipton October Yearling Sale: Preview

    Ian Tapp talks with Boyd Browning, President and Chief Executive Officer of Fasig-Tipton, and Mark Taylor of Taylor Made Sales Agency about the upcoming Fasig-Tipton October Yearling Sale.

  • Meet International Model Esther de Jong

    This original four-episode series follows international model Esther de Jong as she sells her first horse at Keeneland's prestigious September Yearling Sale. Courtesy of ABR.

  • A 2-year-old son of Gio Ponti brought $250,000 Oct. 14 to top the horses of racing age section of the Ocala Breeders' Sales Company's 2015 Fall Mixed Sale.

    Gio Ponti Colt Tops OBS Session

    A 2-year-old son of Gio Ponti went to Conquest Stables for $250,000 to top the horses of racing age section of the Ocala Breeders' Sales Company's 2015 Fall Mixed Sale Oct. 14.

  • Puddifoot, a 4-year-old Red Giant filly, brought $120,000.

    Red Giant Filly Tops OBS First Session

    Topped by the stakes-winning Red Giant filly Puddifoot at $120,000, the consignor preferred session of the Breeders' Sales Co. fall mixed sale fell in virtually all key statistical categories Oct. 13.

  • Hip 531, a gray 2-year-old Cosmonaut -- Sum Pun, by Distorted Humor colt, worked the session's fastest half-mile in in :46 1/5.

    Filly, Gelding Top OBS Under Tack Show

    A 2-year-old Crown of Thorns filly and a 4-year-old Malibu Moon gelding zipped three-eighths of a mile in :32 4/5 to top the under tack show for the horses of racing age section of the OBS fall mixed sale.

  • OBS Under Tack Show Set for Oct. 12

    The under tack show for the Ocala Breeders' Sales Co.'s October horses of racing age will be held at 10 a.m. EDT Oct. 12. The mixed sale begins Oct. 13, with the horses of racing age session Oct. 14.