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Trade Zone: Baby Boot Camp-Prepping Yearlings

Trade Zone: Baby Boot Camp-Prepping Yearlings

Anyone who's watched scruffy, awkward weanlings playing in a pasture may wonder how they ever turn out to be the pristine, polished yearlings seen heading to sales rings across the country.

2010 Auctions Digest

2010 Auctions Digest

This BloodHorse.com free report is a convenient reference guide to the public sales results for progeny of North America's leading commercial Thoroughbred stallions. Get Report

West Coast Regional: Sharp Shooters

West Coast Regional: Sharp Shooters

You look at Steve Bajer and John O'Hara moving around the sales at Keeneland each September and November, and they seem like two guys who took a wrong turn on the way to a fishing trip. Download Now

Hammer Time Blog: Market Rally

Hammer Time Blog: Market Rally

Alan Greenspan says a sustained stock market rally would be the best thing for the American economy and it also would help the Thoroughbred auction business as well. Read Blog

Keeping Our Place in the World

Keeping Our Place in the World

Keeneland has successfully developed the September sale into the largest international marketplace for Thoroughbred yearlings. But will the sale continue offering the kinds of horses European buyers want? Read Blog

Consignors: Business Down, But Not Out

Consignors: Business Down, But Not Out

After its ninth day, which produced a session-topper of $400,000, the marathon Keeneland September yearling sale business-wise remained down. But given recent developments on Wall Street, overall economic stagnation, and the aftermath of hurricanes, things could be much worse, consignors said.

Mack Backs TOC Call for Reform

Mack Backs TOC Call for Reform

Earle I. Mack, who led the push for pending auction reform legislation in Florida, has come out in support of a strong policy statement recently released by the Thoroughbred Owners of California regarding horse sales.

Commentary: By the Numbers

Commentary:  By the Numbers

By - Dan Liebman - Usually, if sales of young horses are up, so too are sales of broodmares and broodmare prospects. As this issue devoted to the auction market shows, 2007 was a bit different.

New Buyers Help Japanese Select Sale

A squadron of bold new buyers in the middle market lifted up the Japan Racing Horse Association select sale, keeping the foal portion nearly on pace with last year's scorching record results even though there were fewer players competing for the most expensive horses.

New Sales Agency Formed in Kentucky

Two veteran horsemen and a former chief operation officer of Magna Entertainment have launched a full-service sales agency in Kentucky that will offer select consignments to major public auctions. Crossroads Sales will offer their initial consignments this year at the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky July and Keeneland September yearling sales.

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