Keyword: O'Byrne

  • Hip 1987; colt; Macho Uno - Bag Lady Jane by Devil's Bag, was the top seller on Day 6 with a final bid of $400,000.

    Sale Trend Continues; Macho Uno Tops

    A Macho Uno colt brought $400,000 to top the Sept. 14 session of the Keeneland September yearling sale, a session that saw the trend of decreases in the major sale indices continue.

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    The Leopard to Stand in Argentina

    The Leopard, the highest-priced auction 2-year-old of 2007 and one of the top juvenile turf runners that year, has been retired from racing to stand at Haras La Quebrada in Argentina.

  • Easter Yearling Sale Soars on Day 2

    If what Inglis & Sons CEO Mark Webster said is true about day three of the national Easter yearling sale being the best, then the Tuesday, April 22 session will be pure theater of the highest standard.

  • Mr. Greeley colt, sold for $1 million.

    O'Byrne Goes to $1 Million For Mr. Greeley Colt

    A day after the third-highest price ever recorded for a yearling sold at public auction, things were much calmer at Wednesday's session of the Keeneland September Yearling Sale. But there was a $1-million horse sold and the gross and average were up.

  • Competitive Bidding Sparks Day 2 of New Zealand Sale

    During Tuesday's session of the New Zealand Premier Sale at Karaka, people were watching with polite interest at the yearling parade through the sale ring. That was until someone let off the fireworks, which started when the big chestnut filly by boom stallion Giant's Causeway entered the ring.

  • Grade II Winner Chapel Royal Retired

    Chapel Royal, a grade II winner who ran third in last year's Bessemer Trust Breeders' Cup Juvenile (gr. I), has been retired from racing because of a minor injury, but no decision has been reached as to where he will enter stud.

  • A. P. Indy filly, sold for $1.5 million at Saratoga sale.

    A.P. Indy Filly Tops Fasig-Tipton's First Session

    A daughter of 2003 leading sire A.P. Indy was purchased by William S. Farish for $1.5 million to top Tuesday's first session of the Fasig-Tipton Saratoga yearling sale in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.

  • Evil Elaine Foals Unbridled's Song Filly

    Evil Elaine, the dam of Horse of the Year Favorite Trick, foaled a filly by Unbridled's Song Thursday, Feb. 5, at Frank and Jane Lyons' Summer Wind Farm near Lexington, Ky.

  • Record-Priced Juvenile Wins Flash Stakes

    Chapel Royal showed the brilliance that may help him earn back his record purchase price, the $1.2 million juvenile easily winning the Flash Stakes (gr. III) at Belmont Park Friday over just three opponents.

  • Montbrook Colt Sets New Record at OBSC Sale

    A colt by Montbrook established a new record at the Ocala Breeders' Sales Co.'s selected 2-year-olds in training sale after garnering a sale-topping bid of $1.2 million at Calder Race Course Tuesday.

  • Johannesburg sewed up an Eclipse Award with this Breeders' Cup Juvenile triumph.

    Johannesburg Retired, to Stand at Ashford

    Johannesburg, who was last year's brilliant champion but this year's disappointment, has been retired and will stand at stud next year alongside his sire at Ashford Stud near Versailles, Ky.

  • $5.2 Million Sadler's Wells Colt Tops Houghton

    The top two buyers at Keeneland's recently completed September yearling sale are already topping the board at another auction. Demi O'Byrne, who spent $18,750,000 at Keeneland, bought the highest-priced horse at Tuesday's session of Tattersalls Houghton yearling sale.

  • Champion Serena's Song Represented by First Winner

    Serena’s Song’s first foal -- Serena’s Tune, by Mr. Prospector -- won her debut race Sunday at Del Mar. Under Kent Desormeaux, the Neil Drysdale trainee, owned by James A. and Alice Sapara, led at every call en route to a seven-length victory over three other maiden juvenile fillies, completing the 5 ½ furlongs in 1:05.31.