Keyword: horses of all ages sale

  • Keeneland January Sale Kicks Off 2012

    Looking back to 2011 and ahead to this year's first major auction, the Keeneland January horses of all ages sale, Geoffrey Russell said he was expecting more of the same. And that's a good thing.

  • Keeneland January Sale

    Market Roundup: Comments on January Sale

    The Keeneland January horses of all ages sale enjoyed increases in the number of horses sold, gross, and average price during its five-day run in Lexington. Read what people had to say about the market.

  • Adrian Regan, Hunter Valley Farm

    January Sale Chatter: Tough But Better

    The Keeneland January sale, which ends its five-day run Jan. 14 in Lexington, is generating some positive results after declines in many of its key business figures in recent years. Read what people are saying.

  • Ave, hip 276, sells for $1.4 million.

    Ave Sells for $1.4 Million at Keeneland

    Grade I winner Ave became the first horse to bring a seven-figure price at the Keeneland January horses of all age sale when she sold for $1.4 million three-quarters of the way through the first session in Lexington Jan. 10.

  • Wickedly Perfect, hip 245, sells for $800,000.

    Wickedly Perfect Brings $800,000

    Wickedly Perfect, winner of the Darley Alcibiades Stakes (gr. I) at Keeneland in 2010, returned to Keeneland and brought $800,000 during the opening session of the January horses of all ages sale in Lexington Jan. 10.

  • Keeneland January Sale 2011.

    Keeneland January Sale: Mood Is Upbeat

    Even though the weather could have been better, the mood generally was positive in the barn area at Keeneland as horsemen prepared for the first major Thoroughbred auction of the year, the January horses of all ages sale.

  • The January horses of age ages sale will be the first Keeneland auction for former Fasig-Tipton executive Walt Robertson in his newly create role as vice president of sales.

    Keeneland January Sale: What's New?

    Keeneland will introduce a new member of its management team and a new technological innovation designed to aid buyers during its January horses of all ages sale, which begins its five-day run in Lexington Jan. 10.

  • Tom Thornbury, Keeneland's associate director of sales.

    Keeneland Jan. Sale Could Be 'Pretty Decent'

    Breeders and consignors saw a little light at the end of a long, dark financial tunnel during last November's Keeneland sale, and they're hoping the glimmer will get a little brighter during Keeneland's January auction.

  • Keeneland Final Gross Down 53.4%

    The final results of the Keeneland January horses of all ages sale in Lexington were sobering, with setbacks of 53.4% in gross revenue, 48% in average price, and 44.1% in median price from a year ago. But they weren't anything new to the people who market Thoroughbreds.

  • Hip 2176; filly, Splash of Vanilla sold for $14,000 during the final session of the January horses of all ages auction in Lexington.

    Chowhan Purchases Palomino Filly

    Splash of Vanilla, believed to be the only Thoroughbred registered as a palomino that has ever been cataloged for a Keeneland sale, was sold for $14,000 to Dr. Naveed Chowhan during the final session of the January horses of all ages auction in Lexington. Chip Muth of Georgetown, Ky., signed the sale ticket for the 2-year-old filly with the golden coat Jan. 17.

  • White Prince is going back home with his breeder.

    White Prince Goes Back to Breeder

    White Prince, whose $60,000 price topped the fifth session of the Keeneland January horses of all ages auction in Lexington Jan. 16, did not go to a new home. The transaction was voided because the buyer had not established credit at the level at which the yearling colt was sold, according to Keeneland vice president Harvie Wilkinson.

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    $60,000 White Colt Will Be Resold

    Florida-based pinhooker Christy Whitman bought what she thought was a unique yearling during the fifth session of the Keeneland January horses of all ages auction, and she's hoping that shoppers at a future sale will be attracted by his white coat color, which is unusual for a Thoroughbred.

  • Island Fashion enters the sale ring at Keeneland Jan. 12.

    Island Fashion Sells For $950,000

    Grade I winner Island Fashion, who is in foal to 2004 Horse of the Year Ghostzapper, sold for $950,000 around noon during the Jan. 12 opening session of the Keeneland January horses of all ages auction in Lexington. Naohiro Hosoda of the Shadai Corp. wrote the name of Katsumi Yoshida, the owner of Northern Farm in Japan, on the sale ticket.

  • Elusive Diva, hip No. 9, in the ring at Keeneland Jan. 12

    'Diva' Brings $825,000 at Keeneland

    Elusive Diva, a grade III winner on turf and dirt, provided a bright spot early in the Keeneland January horses of all ages sale in Lexington, bringing $825,000 as hip No. 9 Jan. 12.

  • Horses arrive for Keeneland's January horses of all ages sale.

    Keeneland January Sale Faces Tough Times

    The Thoroughbred marketplace ended 2008 with dramatic declines, and all signs point to more tough times ahead as Keeneland gets ready to open its 2009 selling season with its January horses of all ages auction in Lexington.

  • Domino Stud Streamlining Operations

    Domino Stud of Lexington is streamlining its operations. More than 20 horses, including Domino's breeding stock, will be offered at the Keeneland January horses of all ages sale through Meg Levy's Bluewater Sales.

  • Sweet Nanette Goes for $250,000 at Keeneland

    Rainbow Stables paid a top price of $250,000 for multiple stakes winner Sweet Nanette during Wednesday's session of Keeneland's January Horses of All Ages Sale.

  • Desert Stormer topped the Keeneland January sale.

    Feel Good Story of the Year: Keeneland January Sale

    Are you tired of reading stories about mare reproductive loss syndrome? Do you wish all the reports about Osama bin Laden, the war in Afghanistan, and the struggling economy would just go away? Here, finally, is some good news: Keeneland's January horses of all ages sale turned in a performance that was better than expected.