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Frozen filly tops OBS June Sale Finale – Horse Racing News


Hip 722, Frosted filly, sells for $410,000 at OBS June Sale.

Hip No. 722, daughter frozen Posted by Silvestre Chavez Thoroughbreds, Agent, Went to Mike Ryan, Agent, for $410,000 to headline the final session of Ocala Breeder Sales Company sales for June 2021 for two-year-olds and horses.

The gray or vertical filly, who took eighth in: 10 1/5 in Saturday’s Under Tack session, is the half-sister of step-stakes winner Summersault of Saratoga Summer, by Smart Strike.

Hip number 816 and he’s a son quality road It was delivered by de Meric Sales, an agent, to M Racing Group, LLC for $400,000. The Bay Pony, whose quarterback was in: 20 4/5 is the fastest over a distance in Sunday’s Undertak session, outside the risk winner Surfside Tiara, by Scat Daddy, of the Flanders champ family.

Blinkers On Racing Stable, Zach Madden’s agent, went for $290,000 for the 827th hop, the son of “distorted humor” whose quarter in:20 4/5 on Sunday was the fastest in the session. Awarded by Top Line Sales LLC, Agent, The Bay Colt is a half-brother to Kyriaki winning tiered stakes from Tally Ho Dixie, by Dixieland Band.

Hip #791, the daughter of Empire Maker sent by Navas Equine, was purchased for $260,000 by DJ Stable LLC. The Bay fillet, who took eighth in:10 flats on Sunday, is the half-sister of the winner of the Starlight Tiara’s Surfside Tiara, by More Than Ready, from the family of the Flanders champion.

Hip No. 683 daughter tonal Sent by Six K’s Training & Sales LLC, agent, to Patrick Lawley-Wakelin, agent, for $250,000. The Gulf filly, who took her 8th Under Tack Saturday at:10 2/5, was knocked out of a Rapid Rhythm bet, by Successful Appeal, a daughter of bets placed Patriot Miss.

TB Bloodstock paid $240,000 for Hip No. 802, a son of managed Posted by Wavetree Stables, Inc. (Ciaran Dunne), agent, who brews a quarter on Sunday at: 21 1/5. Chestnut Colt Out Scale Bets Placed On Stormy Regatta Winner Bets, By naval officer, from a family of progressive betting utopias.

North Star Agent Donato Lani bought Hip #688, which smelled eighth at: 10 3/5 on Saturday, for $220,000. The chestnut colt was delivered by de Meric Sales, Agent, outside R d’Oro, by gold medalShe is the daughter of first grader R-Heat Lightning.

Hip #835, a dark bay or brown colt by Practical Joke Sold by Wavertree Stables, Inc. (Ciaran Dunne), agent, who turned in fastest joint quarter on Sunday at: 20 4/5, to William D. Mike Bender agent for $210,000. He’s a half-brother to Tessie Flip’s graded stakeholder Jo Jo Air, by Grand Slam.

Hip No. 858, Guy, Son Honor Code It was purchased by de Meric Sales, the dealer, by Nick J. Hines, a Slam Dunk Racing dealer, for $205,000. Bay pony, worked eighth in Under Tack on Sunday at: 10 1/5, outside Twirlin Curlin, by Curlin, daughter of Placed Bets Malibu Mon A dance from the first class winning family Hookedonthefeelin.

Hip number 670 and she is a daughter Candy Ride (ARG) Sent by Niall Brennan Stables, agent, went to Mike Ryan, agent, for $200,000. The Dark Bay or Brown Filly is of Queen Yolanda origin, by Pioneerof the Nile, a half-sister to tiered stakes set winner of the Mississippi Delta.

Hip #723, the daughter of Frosted sent by Niall Brennan Stables, the agent, was sold to Steven W. Young, the agent, for $200,000. The Dark Bay or Brown Filly, who worked eighth at: 10 1/5 on Saturday, is out of Sassi Ali Joy, written by Indian Charlie, from the family of hero Banshee Breeze.

Wilson One Constructing LLC went to $200,000 for Hip No. 725, a son of Midnight Storm sent by Dynasty Thoroughbreds. The darker colt or brown colt, who shot his 8th Under Tack at: 10 1/5 on Saturday, is a half-brother of Satulah’s Mo of the West stakes, by Gone West, the daughter of winning tiered War Thief stakes.

For the course, 162 two-year-olds were sold for a total of $8,344,950, compared to 183 for a total of $6,468,700 in the third course last year. The median was $51,512, compared to $35,348 a year ago, and the median price was $25,000, compared to $15,000 in 2020. The buyback ratio was 18.2 percent. It was 16.4 percent last year.

Seven older horses sold for $55,200, averaging $7,886 for an average price of $5,500.

For the entire sale, 560 2-year-olds sold for a record $24,492,950, up $23,608,500 for 2015, compared to 519 horses that grossed $15,864,300 a year earlier. The average was a record high of $43,737, up from $39,612 in 2015, compared to $30,567 a year ago while the median price was a record sale of $20,000 compared to $13,000 in 2020. The buyback ratio was 18 percent. It was 20.2 percent last year.

The top seller was Hip No. 258, a daughter of Practical Joke sent by a Top Line Sales LLC agent, was sold to Gary Young, the agent, for $425,000 at Wednesday’s opening session. The chestnut filly, who was a quarter in: 21 1/5 fastest from distance in last Thursday’s Under Tack session, is off the bets placed by Devious d’Oro, of Medaglia d’Oro, half-sister of winner Devious Intent.

next on OBS The agenda is the annual sale for the month of October. Selected Factions of the Year go on sale on October 12th and Open of the Year on October 13th.


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