Keyword: Marette Farrell

  • Hip 79, a Smart Strike filly, was the session topper at $525,000

    Smart Strike Filly Leads the Way at Midlantic Sale

    Led by a Smart Strike filly sold for $525,000, the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic sale of 2-year-olds in training got off to a solid start May 22 with across-the-board gains in a market that continued the trends seen earlier in the juvenile auction season.

  • Ithinkisawapudycat, the dam of grade I winner Sweet Loretta, was for $2.2 million

    Sweet Loretta’s Dam Goes for $2.2 Million

    Ithinkisawapudycat, the dam of grade I winner Sweet Loretta, was purchased by Marette Farrell, agent for Mount Brilliant Farm, for $2.2 million near the end of the second session of Keeneland’s November breeding stock sale.

  • Hanky Panky, Lot 2011, sold for 2.7 million guineas (US$4,268,376) Dec. 1.

    Hanky Panky Tops Tattersalls at 2.7M Guineas

    Hanky Panky, a group III-placed half sister to Central Kentucky sire Giant's Causeway, sold for 2.7 million guineas (US$4,268,376) Dec. 1 the top price on the second day of Tattersalls December breeding stock sale.

  • Seduire comes home strong to win the Santa Ynez Stakes.

    Seduire Scampers to Easy Santa Ynez Victory

    Gunning from the rail for Rafael Bejarano, Seduire put away pace rival Xoxo leaving the turn and kicked away in the drive to win the $200,000 Santa Ynez Stakes (gr.II) in a powerful performance Jan. 3 at Santa Anita Park.

  • Hip 984, a filly by Tapit, brought $410,000 to top the October yearling sale.

    Tapit Filly Tops Record F-T October Sale

    Led by a $410,000 Tapit half sister to graded winner and sire Desert Party, the Fasig-Tipton October yearling sale set records for gross, average, and median as pinhookers and end-users battled for choice prospects.

  • Boulanger's Comeback Tops OBS Champions

    Jockey Gary Boulanger, away from the races for nearly nine years, rides John Oxley's Conquestor to victory in the OBS Sprint Stakes during the OBS Day of Champions. Spring Venture returns a winner in the filly division.

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