Keyword: Stuart Morris

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    Southeast Regional: Big Beginning

    Starting Point Thoroughbreds may be a fresh name in the consignor ranks, but the face behind it is hardly new to the game. W.D. “Willy” North has never made a living doing anything but horses, and his experience shows.

  • Hip 24, a son of Flatter, topped the OBS selected yearling sale Aug. 23

    Flatter Colt Tops OBS Select Yearling Session

    Topped by a son of Flatter sold for $210,000, the Ocala Breeders’ Sales Co.’s August select yearling sale session mirrored recent sales with declines in all key statistical categories and a high buy-back rate.

  • Hip 24 by Flatter out of Madoffwiththecash

    Hips to Watch at OBS Select Yearling Session

    The only Ghostzapper yearling cataloged and the highest-priced pinhook are among the horses to watch during the Aug. 23 select session of the Ocala Breeders’ Sales Co.’s August yearling sale in Ocala, Fla.

  • Stuart Morris and clients bypassed the Fasig-Tipton Saratoga sale and chose OBS for their Flatter pinhook

    Flatter Colt Tops OBS Pinhook Prospects

    When Stuart Morris and his clients were deciding on venues for their yearlings being offered for sale, they chose the Ocala Breeders’ Sales Company’s August sale for a son of Flatter, bypassing the Fasig-Tipton Saratoga selected yearling sale

  • OBS August Yearling Open Session Starts Well

    A colt by Kitten's Joy topped the first open session of the Ocala Breeders' Sales Co.'s August Yearling Sale in Central Florida on Aug. 22, selling to Al Pike, agent, for $110,000.

  • Keeneland Books 3 & 4: Less Is...Less

    The "blowback" moment came during Books One and Two of Keeneland's September yearling sale. Friday, Sept. 18, offered a bit of a respite, but consignors were busy sizing up the market and showing yearlings from Saturday and Sunday's Book Three.

  • Yearling Sale

    F-T Review: What Happened to the Market?

    The Fasig-Tipton Kentucky July select auction got the yearling selling season off to a sobering start in Central Kentucky. The buy-back rate rose while the number of horses sold, gross revenue, average price, and median price all declined.

  • Grade II Winner Teton Forest to Spendthrift

    Teton Forest, a 2004 grade II winner for B. Wayne Hughes, has been retired from racing and will enter stud at the owner's Spendthrift Farm near Lexington.

  • Highclere Enters Stallion Business with Malabar Gold

    Jeffry Morris, long a top consignor and boarder of Thoroughbreds in Central Kentucky, is entering a new phase in his career, as he and his son, Stuart, will enter the stallion business in 2003. Their first prospect will be Malabar Gold, a son of Unbridled currently in training in Southern California.