Keyword: sf bloodstock

  • My Conquestadory brought $1.5 Million

    My Conquestadory Brings $1.5 Million

    My Conquestadory, a grade I-winning mare carrying a filly sired by leading sire Tapit, was purchased by SF Bloodstock and Newgate Farm for $1.5 million to light up the bid board early during the first session of the Keeeneland November sale.

  • Buyer J. J. Crupi, left, with Samantha and Chris Baccari.

    Baccari Honed Skills Buying Yearlings to Race

    Chris Baccari, who sold a Tapit colt for $1.2 million, began his career by buying yearlings to race and turned to sales after having too many horses one year.

  • Stormy Lucy, to be bred to Frankel

    F-T Sale-Topper Stormy Lucy to Frankel

    Grade I winner Stormy Lucy, who topped the Fasig-Tipton July selected horses of racing age sale July 11 when she sold for $575,000, will be bred to Frankel on Southern Hemisphere breeding time this year.

  • Bode's Dream wins at Gulfstream Park May 11

    Bode's Dream is Bodemeister's First Winner

    Grade I winner and dual classic-placed Bodemeister got his first winner as a sire May 11 in the second race at Gulfstream Park, where Bode's Dream won a 4 1/2-furlong maiden special weight event by 3 3/4 lengths.

  • Broken Sword rolls to victory in the Bayakoa Handicap.

    Broken Sword Never Looks Back in Bayakoa Win

    Broken Sword, taking full advantage of big trouble for even-money favorite Fiftyshadesofhay on the first turn, led at every call to upset the $150,000 Bayakoa Handicap (gr. II) Dec. 7 on the Cushion Track at Hollywood Park.

  • Hip 128, a bay colt by Unbridled's Song, attracted a final bid of $330,000 at the Fasig-Tipton's Midlantic 2YOIT sale.

    Unbridled's Song Colt Tops Midlantic Day 1

    A bay colt by Unbridled's Song consigned by De Meric Sales, agent, attracted a final bid of $330,000 to top the first of two sessions at Fasig-Tipton's Midlantic 2-year-olds In training sale in Timonium, Md., on May 20.

  • Hip 76, Indian Charlie - Lady's Legacy

    Indian Charlie Filly Sells for $245,000

    A striking Indian Charlie yearling filly became the most expensive horse sold so far during the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky winter mixed sale in Lexington when she commanded $245,000 during the auction's second hour Feb. 7.