Keyword: October yearling sale

  • Fasig-Tipton October Sale Day 3 Wrap

    Ian Tapp recaps Day 3 of the Fasig-Tipton October Yearling sale, including comments from the connections of the session top seller and from Boyd Browning, Fasig-Tipton President. Brought to you by Taylor Made Sales Agency

  • Fasig-Tipton October Yearling Sale: Preview

    Ian Tapp talks with Boyd Browning, President and Chief Executive Officer of Fasig-Tipton, and Mark Taylor of Taylor Made Sales Agency about the upcoming Fasig-Tipton October Yearling Sale.

  • 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.

  • F-T October Yearling Sale Recap Day 1

    Ian Tapp reviews the days results and catches up with Pope McLean Jr., director, business manager for Crestwood Farm and Bayne Welker, Fasig-Tipton vice president of sales.

  • Lot 1305, by Exceed and Excel, topped session 3 of book 2.

    Exceed and Excel Colt Sets Tattersalls Pace

    A son of Exceed and Excel topped the third session of Book 2 of the Tattersalls October yearling sale, bringing 200,000 guineas ($337,922 in U.S. funds). Mark Richards of the Hong Kong Jockey Club purchased the chestnut colt.

  • Lot 931 sold for 245,000 guineas ($413,035).

    Average, Median Rise at Tattersalls Sale

    Book 2 of the Tattersalls October yearling sale enjoyed a surge in business during its second session. The results Oct. 16 in England included a gross that increased 7.1% from a year ago to 9,300,500 guineas ($15,679,335).

  • A son of Galileo, named Hydrogen was purchased for 2.5 million guineas ($4,200,609) during the Tattersalls October yearling sale.

    Tattersalls Book 1 Ends With a Galileo Blast

    Book 1 of the Tattersalls October yearling sale in England saved the best for last. During the third and final session of the auction Oct. 11, a son of Galileo named Hydrogen commanded 2.5 million guineas ($4,200,609).

  • Arqana Oct. Yearling Sale Holding Steady

    Part 1 of Arqana's Deauville October yearling sale, which consisted of two sessions, turned in a steady performance. At its conclusion Oct. 18, the average price was up 1.7% while the median price was the same as in 2010.

  • Lot 1156; colt, Exceed and Excel - Temple of Thebes by Bahri brought 260,000 guineas to top the Book 2 portion of the Tattersalls October yearling sale.

    Tattersalls Book 2 Ends With Record Gross

    The Book 2 portion of the Tattersalls October yearling sale ended its three-day run with a bang as the most expensive horse of the auction was sold. The son of Exceed and Excel bought 260,000 guineas ($427,718).

  • Meshardal, a son of Shamardal, commanded the second session's top price of 220,000 guineas.

    Tattersalls Book 2 Continues to Soar

    The Book 2 portion of Tattersalls' October yearling sale generated increases of 18.8% in gross, 8.5% in average price, and 13.2% in median price from a year ago during its second session.

  • Arqana Sale Ends With 9.5% Upswing in Average

    The Arqana October yearling sale closed out its three-day run at Deauville in France Oct. 21 with increases from 2008 of 4.9% in gross revenue and 9.5% in average price. The clearance rate of 71.2% was the same as a year ago.

  • Average, Median Rise at Arqana Yearling Sale

    The average price rose 5.6% from 2008 and the median price increased 12.5% on the second day of the Arqana October yearling sale at Deauville in France Oct. 20. But fewer horses were sold, which contributed to a 6.7% reduction in the gross revenue.

  • Tatts Book 3's Final Average Down 20%

    Book 3 of the Tattersalls October yearling sale ended Oct. 16 in England with a downturn from 2008 of 13.2% in gross revenue. The average price dropped 20%, and the median price was down 16.4%. The buy-back rate fell from 34.5% last year to 28.6% this year.

  • Tatts' Book 3 Begins With 8.5% Drop in Gross

    Book 3 of the Tattersalls October yearling sale started Oct. 15 in England with declines from the previous year of 8.5% in gross revenue, 17.4% in average price, and 12.5% in median price. The buy-back rate fell from 31.9% in 2008 to 23% this year.

  • Tatts' Book 2 Ends With Increase in Gross

    Book 2 of the Tattersalls October yearling sale crossed the finish line of its three-day run in England Oct. 14 with a gross that was up 4.5% from a year ago. The average price declined 12.2% while the median price fell 13.8%. The buy-back rate droppped from 29.2% in 2008 to 17.3% this year, which meant that more than 80% of the horses offered found new homes.

  • Tattersalls October Book 1 Has 676 Yearlings

    The catalog for Book 1 of the Tattersalls October yearling sale in England is available online and can be viewed at www.tattersalls.com. The sale will be held Oct. 6-9, and there are 676 horses in the catalog.

  • George Washington Filly in Tattersalls Sale

    The only yearling in the world by the illâ€"fated European champion George Washington is scheduled to be offered in Book 1 of the Tattersalls October yearling sale Oct. 6-8 in England.

  • Tattersalls Millions Race Series Revamped

    Tattersalls and Newmarket Racecourses in England have revamped the Tattersalls Millions race series for graduates of Book 1 of this year's Tattersalls October yearling sale.

  • Tatts Book 3 Suffers Big Declines

    Book 3 of Tattersalls' October yearling sale finished in England Oct. 17 with a 10,389-guinea average price, down 33% from last year, and a 7,000-guinea median price, which represented a 36% decline. The 271 horses that sold (from 414 offered) grossed 2,815,300 guineas.

  • Marju Colt Stands Out at Tattersalls

    A Marju - What a Picture colt topped the second session of Book 2 of Tattersalls October yearling sale in Newmarket, England, Oct. 14, bringing 170,000 guineas from Sheikh Hamdan's racing manager, Angus Gold. Agent Larry Stratton was the immediate underbidder on the colt, which was consigned by Willie Browne's Meadowlands Stud.

  • Sheikhs Continue Tattersalls Domination

    Sheikh Mohammed's adviser, John Ferguson, and Sheikh Hamdan's Shadwell Estates Co. dominated the top end trade in Newmarket, England, Oct. 13 during the opening session of Book 2 of Tattersalls' October yearling sale.

  • Tatts Book 2 Has Quality, Quantity

    Book 2 of the Tattersalls October yearling sale begins in Newmarket, England, Oct. 13 sales company officials were hoping that the buoyant trade seen at Book 1 could continue.

  • Part Four Down, But Total Figures Up for October Sale

    A Gainsborough Stud-bred Indian Ridge colt out a half-sister to Breeders' Cup Sprint (gr. I) winner Lit de Justice (El Gran Senor) brought 25,000 guineas (about $54,000) to top part four of the Tattersalls October yearling sale Nov. 1.

  • Doncaster October Yearling Sale Ends on Upswing

    Doncaster's two-day October yearling sale closed with a turnover of 1,476,500 guineas (US$2,881,454), marginally up from 2006, when the catalog was significantly larger. The 6,152 guineas ($12,007) average was up 20% and the 4,000 guineas ($7,806) median was a 25% increase.

  • Sadler's Wells filly tops day one of Tattersalls yearling sale.

    Record Filly Fuels Tattersalls Business

    With a world-record yearling filly in the mix, business during the final session of Book One of Tattersalls' 2007 October sale is strong with an 18% upswing in gross over last year's total.