As the barn areas at Fasig-Tipton and Keeneland were abuzz over the excitement on display Santa Anita during the two-day Breeders’ Cup World Championships, results of some races also impcated the upcoming November sales.
The Blood-Horse recently hosted a roundtable discussion featuring members of Vision 20/20, a group of under-40s formed to strengthen the Thoroughbred industry through various education, awareness, and innovation. watch video
Leaders In the Industry. The Blood-Horse recently hosted a roundtable discussion featuring members of Vision 20/20, a group of under-40s formed to strengthen the Thoroughbred industry through various methods. View more from this series: Youth In Racing: Vision 20/20 Group - Part 1 Leaders In the Industry Youth In Racing: Vision 20/20 Group - Part 2 How Can Racing Attract Younger Demographics? Youth In Racing: Vision 20/20 Group - Part 3 Give Us Specific Initiatives to Bring In New Fans. Youth In Racing: Vision 20/20 Group - Part 4 How Can Racetracks Bring in New Fans? Youth In Racing: Vision 20/20 Group - Part 5 What Would You Do as Racing Czar?
Bunt joins Select Sales after working as the membership and education coordinator for the Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association (TOBA) and as the sales coordinator for VanMeter Sales.
Zenyatta's weanling half sister by Henrythenavigator will be offered at the Keeneland November breeding stock sale by Select Sales.
Jay Goodwin is a new partner in Select Sales. The other members of the Lexington-based sales agency's ownership team are Carrie Brogden, Tom Ryan, and Andrew Cary (general manager).
What will happen in the Thoroughbred auction ring in 2011? After some tough years, will things get better? Read what buyers and consignors had to say.
The slumping market in recent years at the Keeneland January horses of all ages sale took a turn for the better in several important statistical categories during the auction's latest edition in Lexington.
James Keogh has joined Lexington-based Select Sales Agency as a partner, it was announced July 9.
Birdstone colt brings $310,000; Indian Charlie filly sells for $325,000.
The Ocala Breeders' Sales Co. February select sale of 2-year-olds in training in Central Florida has a reputation for producing good runners. But the size of its catalog keeps shrinking, which makes the sale's future shaky.
A group of commercial breeders have combined to form a new public sales agency, Select Sales LLC, which plans to offer its first consignment at this year's Fasig-Tipton Kentucky select yearling sale in July.
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