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  • Wind Fire,a 3-year-old filly from England, will also try to defeat the best U.S. speedsters at six furlongs on the dirt.<br><a target="blank" href="http://photos.bloodhorse.com/BreedersCup/2014-Breeders-Cup/Works/i-646VpK3">Order This Photo</a>

    Filly Wind Fire Takes On Top Male Sprinters

    Rich Tapestry from Hong Kong isn't the only foreign runner headed for the Breeders' Cup Sprint (gr. I). Wind Fire, a 3-year-old filly from England, will also try to defeat the best U.S. speedsters at six furlongs on dirt.

  • New Street, Lot 523, sold for 185,000 guineas ($333,000 in United States funds)on July 10.

    95% Clearance Rate on Day 2 at Tattersalls

    Trading was robust at the second session of the Tattersalls July sale July 10 as both total revenue and median rose by double-digit percentage points while 95% of the horses offered were sold.

  • Tattersalls Opens with Healthy Rise in Median

    Halation, who won going a mile at Newcastle June 28, anchored trading at the Tattersalls July sale July 9, selling for the highest price of 120,000 guineas ($216,165 in United States funds) on opening day.

  • Frankel Foal Sells with Dam for $1,952,437

    The first foal by Frankel to be offered at public auction was sold along with his dam, in foal to the undefeated champion, for £1.15 million ($1,952,437 in United States funds) June 16 at the Goffs London sale.

  • Lot 233, a War Front filly, sold for 270,000 guineas on May 2.

    Six-Figure War Front Filly Tops Tattersalls

    The offspring of War Front continued to be a hot commodity in the auction ring as a filly by the Kentucky stallion sold for the highest price of 270,000 guineas ($478,304 in United States funds) at Tattersalls May 2.

  • Juveniles Bid for Group I Win at Saint-Cloud

    The Criterium de Saint-Cloud (Fr-I) for 2-year-olds shaped up as an intriguing event when two promising colts were supplemented to Europe's final top-level race of the season, to be run Nov. 10.

  • 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).

  • Dunaden Triumphs in Melbourne Cup Thriller

    For the second consecutive year, a French-trained winner of the Geelong Cup (Aus-III) captured Australia's most famous race, the Aus$6 million Melbourne Cup (Aus-I).