Keyword: Baccari Bloodstock

  • Buyer J. J. Crupi, left, with Samantha and Chris Baccari.

    Baccari Honed Skills Buying Yearlings to Race

    Chris Baccari, who sold a Tapit colt for $1.2 million, began his career by buying yearlings to race and turned to sales after having too many horses one year.

  • The new sale topper, a Tapit colt out of the grade I winner Hooh Why, brought $1.2 million.

    New Sale Topper, High-Priced RNA at Keeneland

    The Keeneland September yearling sale's second session offered plenty of excitement: a new sale topper, an expensive buy-back that turned out to be a mistake, two high-priced yearlings sold by Airdrie Stud, and a continued uptick in prices.

  • Hip 399 in the ring

    Tapit Colt New Sale Topper at $1.2 Million

    They saved the best for last during the second session of the Keeneland September yearling sale when a colt by Tapit out of the grade I winner Hooh Why was bought by Crupi's New Castle Farm for $1.2 million.

  • Three high-priced Pioneerof the Nile weanlings will be offered as yearlings at Keeneland September.

    Top Pinhook Prospects at Keeneland September

    Three colts sired by Pioneerof the Nile are among the top 10 pinhook prospects for the marathon Keeneland September yearling sale based on their respective purchase prices when they initially went through the sales ring as weanlings.

  • Fasig-Tipton's New Sale Gains Momentum

    Fasig-Tipton's new horses of all ages sale that is utilizing new technology in the way horses are cataloged and information is disseminated is gaining momentum. A dozen horses have been added recently for the July 15 event.

  • Afleet Alex Colt Sells for $250,000 at F-T

    An Afleet Alex colt fetched the highest price thus far at the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky July yearling sale when he was bought for $250,000 by trainer Mark Casse, agent.

  • Holiday Runner, the dam of grade I winner Seventh Street (by Street Cry), sold for auction's top price of $2,150,000.

    Fasig-Tipton Sale Suffers Sharp Declines

    This year, without as much star power, the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky November select mixed sale suffered sharp downturns of 59.4% in gross revenue, 52.7% in average price, and 32% in median price Nov. 10.

  • Jazil Colt Tops First OBS Mixed Sale Session

    A weanling colt in the first crop of 2006 Belmont Stakes (gr. I) winner Jazil brought $77,000 to top the consignor preferred session of the Ocala Breeders's Sales Co. fall mixed auction Oct. 12 in Central Florida. The sale opened its two-day run in Central Florida with downturns of 24% in gross revenue, 39% in average price, and 50% in median price from last year.

  • Unbridled's Song Colt Leads Way at Keeneland

    An Unbridled's Song colt brought $185,000 to top the ninth session of the struggling Keeneland September yearling sale. While the number of horses sold Sept. 23 in Lexington rose 5.6% from a year ago, the gross revenue declined 26.2%. The average price dropped 30.1%, and the median price plunged 40%. The buy-back rate fell from 24.6% in 2008 to 19.3% this year.