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George Sharp had been repeatedly shut out in his attempts to add to his 14-horse racing stable in the claiming ranks, so he was bidding not to lose when he purchased recent stakes winner Hello Hot Rod (Mosler) (hip 672) for $335,000 during Tuesday’s session of the Fasig-Tipton Winter Mixed Sale.
“My agent Charlie Allen, who was at Fasig-Tipton, picked him out,” Sharp said Tuesday evening from his Scottsdale, Arizona, home. “He picked out a few horses and I watched Hot Rod’s races and the horse has a lot of guts. He seems to be a little immature still, but I like horses who look like they can improve. And this is definitely one of them.”
Hello Hot Rod won back-to-back starts at Laurel late last year and was coming off a gritty victory in the Jimmy Winkfield S. at Aqueduct just days before the Fasig-Tipton auction.

“I have high hopes for him,” Sharp said of the 3-year-old colt. “It might be a little too late to get to the Derby, but hopefully the Breeders’ Cup where he will have a choice of races that we can get him into.”
Hello Hot Rod is expected to head west and arrive at the Turf Paradise base of trainer Shawn Davis this weekend.
“We will evaluate him over a week or two and work him and check his maturity level,” Sharp said of plans for his latest acquisition. “The Turf Paradise Derby, which is a 3-year-old $50,000 stakes, is on Mar. 12. If we feel he needs an easy spot to braven up, we might put him in there. But it is possible, if we feel he is strong enough, that we might go to a different Derby prep, or pre-Derby prep. And then see how he does. Or we can just go to the Turf Paradise Derby and then decide if we are going to do a Derby prep.”
Davis, a three-time world champion saddle bronc rider and a member of the Pro-Rodeo Hall of Fame, trains 2018 GIII Aristides S. winner Chief Cicatriz (Munnings).
“We are here [at Turf Paradise] for now, until April or May, and then we are going to decide if we are going to either Kentucky or California or Texas,” Sharp said of plans for the Davis stable. “It’s more likely that the barn is going east than west. And if we do it make it to Churchill [for the Derby] by some fluke of a chance, then we will probably just head that way a little earlier.”
Sharp is an investor and in mergers and acquisitions, as well as conducting investigations into stock market fraud. His first involvement in racing came in the Standardbred industry in the late 1990s.
“I was living in Los Angeles at the time and I was racing at Los Alamitos and then there was no more racing at Los Alamitos,” Sharp said. “So I raced around the country for a little while, but it consumed my life a little too much. The Standardbreds race every week and I always had a race somewhere in the country. I was traveling too much and neglecting the rest of my life. So I took a little siesta from the business and then I went into Thoroughbreds in 2015.”
Sharp currently has 13 horses based at Turf Paradise, plus one runner in California. He also has two broodmares in California.
“I’m in the business of racing,” he said. “I raise them to race them.”
Sharp said he is passionate about his horses and isn’t afraid to get a little emotional after a special win. He scored his first victory at Del Mar with League of Shadows (Gotham City) in a 2019 allowance contest.
He said of that experience, “League of Shadows is a horse who has had a lot of health issues. I spent $60,000 to save his life once, but I love my animals. It’s what I do. But if you watch the TVG replay, they interviewed me afterwards and I was very emotional in the winner’s circle. You save a horse’s life and then he goes and wins an allowance race, it’s very emotional. I don’t think I would be emotional if I won the Kentucky Derby, but that horse winning that race was a big deal to me.”
Sharp’s stable includes a 2-year-old half-sister to League of Shadows who he hopes to see go postward later this year.
“I wouldn’t mind getting a couple of older horses for some of the minor stakes around,” Sharp said of plans for his stable. “But they have proven to be very difficult to buy or even claim. I’ve been out-shook on so many claims at Santa Anita, I’ve been on a cold streak. I missed out on another 3-year-old that I really coveted. So today, I was just determined I was not going to lose.”
Sharp said Hello Hot Rod’s $335,000 price tag was “by far” the most expensive horse he had ever purchased. But the colt wasn’t Sharp’s only purchase Tuesday. He also purchased a 2-year-old filly privately, spending $250,000 for a daughter of Daredevil out of stakes winner Jaws N’ Paws (Onebadshark).
“The second most expensive horse I’ve bought was the filly I bought this morning,” Sharp said. “She is coming to Turf Paradise. They tell me she is the absolute real deal. She’s already breezing, so we’ll see how she progresses and then make a decision on her. It’s going to be a fun year.”
And Sharp is more than ready to welcome Hello Hot Rod to Arizona.
“We are already planning some Hello Hot Rod giveaways, the obligatory hats, and he’ll probably have a Twitter account by the end of the week,” Sharp said.
He concluded, “I like the business. I have always liked the business. It’s not exactly a good investment, but it’s more fun than I could ever possibly have imagined.”

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In the month since we last served up a TDN Kentucky Oaks Top 10, there have been a number of stakes for 3-year-old fillies, but not a lot of movement on our list. Sun Path (Munnings) drops off the list after a disappointing fourth-place finish in the Silverbulletday and we’ll wait to include Girl Daddy (Uncle Mo) until she has her first official workout in 2021. Moonlight d’Oro (Medaglia d’Oro) came out of last weekend looking like the top threat from the West after her win in the GIII Las Virgenes S., but has been sidelined with a knee chip. Charlie’s Penny (Race Day), the winner of the Silverbulletday S., is also off the trail after suffering a hairline fracture in her shin.Fair Grounds will host the GIII Rachel Alexandra S. Presented by Fasig-Tipton this Saturday, which features the return of the Brad Cox-trained Travel Column (Frosted). Meanwhile, the GII Davona Dale S., to be run Feb. 27 at Gulfstream, is shaping up as the best 3-year-old filly race so far this year with several members of the Top 10 slated to take part.
1) VEQUIST (Nyquist–Vero Amore, by Mineshaft)O-Gary Barber, Wachtel Stable & Swilcan Stable. B-Swilcan Stables (KY). T-Robert E. Reid, Jr. Sales History: $120,000 RNA ylg ’19 KEESEP. Lifetime Record: MGISW, 4-2-2-0, $1,235,500.Last Start: 1st GI Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies, KEE, Nov. 6Accomplishments Include: 1st GI Spinaway S., SAR, Sept. 6, 2nd GI Frizette S., BEL, Oct. 10Next Start: GII Davona Dale S., GP, Feb. 27Equineline PPs. KY Oaks Points: 24To the surprise of no one, Vequist was named the champion 2-year-old filly of 2020 when the Eclipse Awards were announced last month. She wrapped up the title when winning the GI Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies over rival Dayoutoftheoffice (Into Mischief). She’ll attempt to become the first horse to pull off the Breeders’ Cup-Kentucky Oaks double since Silverbulletday, the 1999 Oaks winner. After giving his filly some time off over the winter, trainer Butch Reid has started to get serious with her in the mornings. She’s had three listed workouts this year at Palm Meadows, the latest five furlongs in 1:00.95, and will breeze again Saturday. It won’t take long to tell how she has progressed since winning the Juvenile Fillies, as she will need to be at her very best to win what will be a loaded Davona Dale.

2) DAYOUTOFTHEOFFICE (Into Mischief–Gottahaveadream, by Indian Charlie)O-Blazing Meadows Farm & Siena Farm. B-Siena Farms (KY). T-Timothy Hamm. Lifetime Record: GISW, 4-3-1-0, $556,500.Last Start: 2nd GI Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies, KEE, Nov. 6Accomplishments Include: 1st GI Frizette S., BEL, Oct. 10, 1st GIII Schuylerville S., SAR, July 16Next Start: UndecidedEquineline PPs. KY Oaks Points: 18Dayoutoftheoffice returned to the Tampa Bay Downs barn of Tim Hamm last month and breezed five furlongs there Jan. 24 in 1:01. Hamm does most of his winning at B and C level tracks like Mahoning Valley, which makes him easy to root for when he goes up against the Bafferts and Pletchers of the world. Her team reports that they have yet to decide on this one’s next start. She hasn’t had a work since the Jan. 24 move, which is a concern, but the connections say the Oaks remains a goal.
3) TRAVEL COLUMN (Frosted–Swingit, by Victory Gallop)’TDN Rising Star’ O-OXO Equine. B-Mr. & Mrs. Bayne Welker, Jr. & Denali Stud (KY). T-Brad Cox. Sales History: $850,000 ylg ’19 FTSAUG. Lifetime Record: GSW & GISP, 3-2-0-1, $209,184.Last Start: 1st GII Golden Rod S., CD, Nov. 28Accomplishments Include: 3rd GI Darley Alcibiades S., KEE, Oct. 2Next Start: GII Rachel Alexandra S. presented by Fasig-Tipton, FG, Feb. 13Equineline PPs. KY Oaks Points: 12Since his emergence as a top trainer, Brad Cox has always been loaded with 3-year-old filly talent and has won the  Kentucky Oaks twice in the last three years. Travel Column appears to be his best filly at this point. After running third, beaten 7 1/2 lengths in the GI Darley Alcibiades S. in October, she fared much better when winning the GII Golden Rod S. She goes next in Saturday’s Rachel Alexandra S. at the Fair Grounds, which should be a good test as she headlines a solid field that includes Golden Rod runner-up Clairiere (Curlin). An $850,000 yearling purchase at Fasig-Tipton Saratoga, she is by Frosted out of a Victory Gallop mare and should have no problem getting the Oaks distance of nine furlongs.
4) MALATHAAT (Curlin–Dreaming of Julia, by A.P. Indy)’TDN Rising Star’ O-Shadwell Stable. B-Stonestreet Thoroughbred Holdings (KY). T-Todd Pletcher. Sales History: $1,050,000 ylg ’19 KEESEP. Lifetime Record: GSW, 3-2-0-0, $172,150.Last Start: 1st GII Demoiselle S., AQU, Dec. 5Accomplishments Include: 1st Tempted S., AQU, Nov. 6Next Start: GII Davona Dale S., GP, Feb. 27Equineline PPs. KY Oaks Points: 10There’s a lot to like about the daughter of Curlin who was a $1.05-million yearling buy. Trained by Todd Pletcher, she is undefeated in three starts and has already won at a 1 1/8 miles, which she did in the GII Demoiselle S. The main knock on her is that she isn’t that fast. She got a 76 Beyer in the Demoiselle, a slight decline from the 83 she got when winning the Tempted S. She will get a serious test in the Davona Dale and if she were to win that, she’d likely assume the top spot in this and other polls.
5) ZAAJEL (Street Sense–Asiya, by Daaher)O/B-Shadwell Stable (KY). T-Todd Pletcher. Lifetime Record: GSW, 2-2-0-0, $84,140.Last Start: 1st GIII Forward Gal S., GP, Jan. 31Next Start: Undecided.Equineline PPs. KY Oaks Points: 10.Like Malathaat, she comes from the team of Todd Pletcher and Shadwell Stable. A homebred, her dam has had four winners from five starters, but Zaajel is her first stakes winner. After toying with her opponents in her debut, she came back to win the GIII Forward Gal S. at Gulfstream at seven furlongs. She still has to prove that she can win around two turns, but based on her breeding that probably won’t be a problem. Pletcher said he has not picked out the next start for this filly. It’s likely he will want to keep her and Malathaat apart.
6) SIMPLY RAVISHING (Laoban–Four Wishes, by More Than Ready)O-Harold Lerner, Magdalena Racing & Nehoc Stables. B-Meg Levy (NY). T-Ken McPeek. Sales History: $50,000 ylg ’19 FTKOCT. Lifetime Record: GISW, 5-3-0-0, $414,200.Last Start: 4th GII Golden Rod S., CD, Nov. 28Accomplishments Include: 1st GI Darley Alcibiades S., KEE, Oct. 2, 1st P.G. Johnson S., SAR, Sept. 3Next Start: UndecidedEquineline PPs. KY Oaks Points: 13Trainer Kenny McPeek seems to be taking his time with this filly. He has yet to announce her first start and she only recently showed up on the work tab. Her first work came last week and it was a four-furlong breeze in :48.89. A $50,000 purchase at the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky Fall yearling sale, she appeared to be among the best in her division when winning the GI Darley Alcibiades S. by 6 1/4 lengths, but, subsequently finished fourth in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies and the Golden Rod. McPeek will need to get her to rebound and run back to her best races to have a shot at winning the Oaks.
7) KALYPSO (Brody’s Cause–Malibu Cove, by Malibu Moon)O-David A. Bernsen, Rockingham Ranch & Chad Littlefield. B-Spendthrift Farm (KY). T-Bob Baffert. Sales History: $240,000 ylg ’19 FTKJUL. Lifetime Record: GSW & GISP, 5-2-2-1, $245,600.Last Start: 2nd GIII Las Virgenes S., SA, Feb. 6Accomplishments Include: 1st GII Santa Ynez S., SA, Jan. 3, 1st Anoakia S., SA, Oct. 18, 2nd GI Starlet S., LRC, Dec. 5Next Start: Undecided.Equineline PPs. KY Oaks Points: 18A $240,000 purchase at the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky Select Yearling Sale, she was somewhat of a disappointment when second as the 7-10 favorite in the Las Virgenes. But with race winner Moonlight d’Oro having been sidelined, Kalypso looks as good as any of the fillies based in California. But that might not be enough as that group looks to be weaker than the groups in the East and Midwest. She’s been beaten the only two times she has gone around two turns, so that is a concern.
8) SLUMBER PARTY (Malibu Moon–Devilish Lady, by Sweetsouthernsaint)’TDN Rising Star’ O/B-Gary and Mary West Stables (KY). T-Kelly Breen. Lifetime Record: 1-1-0-0, $25,800.Last Start: 1st MSW, GP, Jan. 24Next Start: Undecided.Equineline PPs. KY Oaks Points: 0.The ‘TDN Rising Star’ snuck up on a lot of people when breaking her maiden Jan. 24 at Gulfstream by 7 1/2 lengths for trainer Kelly Breen and owners Gary and Mary West. Sent off at 5-1, she absolutely demolished the competition that day, winning in a manner that suggests there is a lot more to come. It’s not impossible to have your first start in January and then go on to win the Kentucky Oaks, but she has a lot of catching up to do. She looks like Breen’s best 3-year-old filly since he won the GII Gazelle S. and the Davona Dale in 2017 with Miss Sky Warrior (First Samurai).
9) CURLIN’S CATCH (Curlin–Catch the Thrill, by A.P. Indy)O-Breeze Easy, Inc. B-Sam-Son Farm (On). T-Mark E Casse. Sales History: $180,000 yrl ’19 KEESEP; $430,000 2yo ’20 OBSAPR. Lifetime Record: SW, 4-2-1-0, $103,454.Last Start: 1st Suncoast S., TAM, Feb. 6Next Start: GII Davona Dale S., GP, Feb. 27Equineline PPs. KY Oaks Points: 10.Another Curlin filly and an Ontario-bred trained by Mark Casse, she started her career off at Woodbine, where she was 0-for-2 over the synthetic surface. Since switching to dirt, she’s 2-for-2, including a win in the Suncoast S. at Tampa Bay Downs. She probably didn’t beat much that day, but looks like a horse on an upper trajectory for trainer Casse and the team at Breeze Easy LLC. She’s about to get a serious test in the Davona Dale and will be looking to give the Hall of Fame trainer his first Oaks win. Might also, eventually, wind up in the Queen’s Plate S.
10) THE GRASS IS BLUE (Broken Vow–Shine Softly, by Adebaran) O-Louis Lazzinnaro LLC. B-Phillips Racing Partnership (KY). T-Chad Brown. Sales History: $20,000 yrl ’19 KEESEP. Lifetime Record: SW, 5-3-0-1, $121,978.Last Start: 1st Busanda S., Aqu, Jan. 24Accomplishments Include:  3rd Anne Arundel County S., Lrl, Dec. 26.Next Start: Undecided.Equineline PPs. KY Oaks Points: 10.Just a $20,000 yearling buy who debuted in a $25,000 maiden claimer at Monmouth for trainer Jose Delgado, she has come a long way. She now finds herself in the barn of Chad Brown, who got her to win the Busanda S. at Aqueduct in her last start. She remains with Brown’s division in New York and will likely target races like the Gazelle S. This is not normally a division where Brown is strong, but this filly may be good enough for him to make some noise on the way to the Oaks.

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After a quiet opening session Monday, the Fasig-Tipton Winter Mixed Sale picked up quite a bit of steam during its second and final session Tuesday, which was topped by the $510,000 mare Beloveda (Ghostzapper) (Hip 328).
Gainesway Farm, Brian Graves and Michael Hernon purchased the mare for $205,000 at this sale in 2013 and bred her to their flagship stallion Tapit. The resulting colt sold for $420,000 at Keeneland November. Her 2016 foal, a filly by Scat Daddy, summoned $1-million at Keeneland September and her 2019 Quality Road filly brought the same seven-figure sum at last term’s KEESEP sale. Gainesway bought out the partnership on Beloveda, who is in foal to Street Sense.
“We have owned her for quite a few years and she has had an impeccable produce record for us,” said Graves, who is General Manager of Gainesway. “She’s had two million-dollar yearlings for us and doesn’t owe us anything. This was a dissolution of a partnership. She has a good chance with a Quality Road filly who will be a 2-year-old in Bob Baffert’s hands, so hopefully we can get an update with that. She is going to Nyquist next.”

Gainesway also went to $310,000 to acquire GSW Lady’s Island (Greatness) (Hip 524), who sold as a racing or broodmare prospect.
“The other mare we bought for Tapit,” Graves said. “She is an absolutely gorgeous physical specimen, which is what attracted us to her.”
The second highest-priced offering of the day was stakes winner and GSP Saguaro Row (Union Rags), who brought $500,000 from bloodstock agent Cathering Parks. Hip 675 was part of the supplemental catalogue.
“Obviously, the sale was dominated by the highlights later in the sale, but we had quality horses throughout the sale,” said Fasig-Tipton’s President Boyd Browning. “It’s the same story over and over, quality sells. The demand for quality offerings is tremendous. Two things that were most encouraging[Tuesday] were the breadth of bidders on the quality offerings–there was activity all over the house on many horses–and it was also nice to see a couple new names on the sheets that have not been traditional buyers at this sale. It’s encouraging. We’ve got to continue to grow and introduce new buyers to the game. Anyone would have to be thrilled to see the increases over a year-to-year basis.”
A total of 218 horses sold Tuesday for $8,550,400 with an average of $39,222 and a median of $11,000. Forty-two head left the ring unsold. During the equivalent session last year, 188 Thoroughbreds summoned $6,407,900 with an average of $34,085 and a median of $10,000. There were 49 RNAs.
Overall, 425 head changed hands for $12,506,700 during the two-day sale. The average was $29,428 with a median of $10,000 and 99 horses failed to meet their reserves. In 2020, 368 horses grossed $9,777,100 with an average of $26,568 and a median of $8,500. There were 122 RNAs.
“I caution that the quality of the catalogue does change from year to year for a mixed sale, so it’s virtually impossible to compare those results,” Browning said. “But, clearly there was healthy trade and commerce that took place on these sales grounds. There was enthusiastic bidding and participation. There was also depth to the marketplace which results in a low overall RNA rate. I think it gave sellers confidence that they can bring a horse to the February sale and be rewarded. We all know in the sales word that being a bigger fish in a smaller pond can be a very effective marketing and sales tool. Folks were well rewarded for bringing quality horses to these sales grounds.”
 
Saguaro Row Was Last, But Not Least
The final horse through the ring at the Fasig February Sale as part of the supplemental catalogue, Saguaro Row (Union Rags) certainly made her presence known, bringing $500,000 from bloodstock agent Catherine Parks. The horsewoman was acting on behalf of a private client, but indicated the 6-year-old mare would return to training.
“He is hoping to put the filly straight back into training, plus she had broodmare potential,” Parks said. “She was a queen and we loved her. She is drop-dead gorgeous and a real professional race filly. She was well taken care of in an excellent program. She was in very good condition.”
Consigned by Blake-Albina Thoroughbred Services, Hip 675 captured the Pumpkin Pie S. and was second in the GIII Go for Wand H. for owners Newtown Anner Stud Farm and breeder Mark Breen and trainer Michael Stidham. The bay has won five of 16 races so far for earnings of $342,354.
 
St. Elias Stays Busy at Fasig
Vinnie Viola’s St. Elias Stables was quite active buying at Fasig Tuesday, acquiring several mares to support their various stallions, such as Grade I winners Liam’s Map and Army Mule. Rory Babich and John Sparkman assisted with selecting the St. Elias mares, which were all purchased over the internet. Over the two-day auction, St. Elias scooped up a total of 15 mares for $1.725-million.
“We were very pleased with the selection at Fasig-Tipton,” Sparkman said. “They did a very good job putting the sale together. We have several young stallions we are supporting, particularly Liam’s Map, Army Mule and a horse in Florida named Italian Runner. We were buying some mares to add to their books.”
Their top two acquisitions Tuesday were MSW & MGSP Whoa Nellie (Orb) (Hip 625), who summoned $450,000, and SP Fiftyshays ofGreen (Bernardini) (Hip 640), a $400,000 purchase.
“They are both quality runners, which is always what we are looking for first,” Sparkman said. “Then, of course, comes their price. They both have very attractive pedigrees, especially for particular stallions like Liam’s Map. We haven’t made an official decision, but it is a possibility. They fit our program and, like everybody else, we are trying to breed good horses.”

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Hip 128 | Fasig-Tipton photo

By Jessica Martini A yearling colt by Speightstown (hip 128) brought the top price during Monday’s opening session of the Fasig-Tipton Winter Mixed Sale when bringing a final bid of $165,000 from Calumet Farm. Consigned by Stuart Morris, the yearling was one of four offerings to bring six figures during the day.
In all, 207 horses sold Monday for a gross of $3,956,300. The average was $19,113 and the median was $8,000. The buy-back rate for the session was 21.6%.
“I thought the activity today was very encouraging,” said Fasig-Tipton President Boyd Browning, Jr. “A lot of horses got moved at fair prices. It was a fairly consistent marketplace with no real surprises. There was significant demand for what were perceived to be the quality offerings and there was reasonable trade for the less expensive offerings. I’m not going to say it was crazy, but there was activity.”

The results remained fairly consistent with the opening session of the 2020 auction, which saw 180 head sell for $3,369,200 for an average of $18,718 and a median of $8,000. The buy-back rate for that session was 28.9%.
“I feel like it’s a very fair market,” Morris said. “I don’t know that I would call it robust or electric, but it’s a very fair market. For what I walked up there with, I feel like my results were what they should have been. I got tough with a couple, but I’ve had several RNA’s sold after the fact today, so I think it’s a very healthy and fair market.”
Morris consigned Monday’s session topper on behalf of his father Jeffry Morris’s Highclere, which bred the yearling.
“He’s a lovely colt with a lot of future in him,” Morris said. “He’s a late April foal and had all of the right parts and pieces. He’s very athletic with a good walk and great balance. He was good and correct, but he was definitely going to be a horse with a lot of improvement and growth in him because of his birthday. We were happy with the result and very flattered that an operation like Calumet bought him from us. We are wishing them the best of luck and we’re hoping they can make him one of their stakes horses.”
The colt is out of Royal Ancestry (Distorted Humor), a full-sister to Grade I winner Awesome Humor and the dam of stakes-placed More Royalty (More Than Ready). Stuart Morris signed the ticket to acquire the then-11-year-old mare for $9,000 at the 2019 OBS Winter Mixed Sale.
“She was a beautiful mare with a great pedigree under her and some nice production,” Morris said of that purchase. “But she had had some production history issues around the time that we purchased her. We spoke to the folks taking care of her and felt that it was something we could manage and we got her bought for a fair price because of her production history. We got her home and she’s just been an absolute star for us. She had this foal late last year and we didn’t breed her back just because it was a late cover. She is back on the books this year and I believe she’s going to go to Bolt d’Oro for my father.”
The Fasig-Tipton Winter Mixed Sale continues with what is expected to be a lively final session Tuesday.
“We’ve got a really nice group of horses to sell tomorrow,” Browning said Monday evening. “There are some high-quality offerings in the supplement and I think we’ll have some fireworks tomorrow. And we’ll have some really nice horses throughout the day.”
Bidding at Newtown Paddocks begins Tuesday at 10 a.m.

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The Fasig-Tipton Winter Mixed Sale, ideally positioned just ahead of next week’s start of the breeding season, opens for its two-day run Monday morning at Newtown Paddocks. Hips one through 324, a collection of racing and breeding prospects and short yearlings, will be offered Monday and will be followed Tuesday by hips 325 through 673. Bidding begins each day at 10 a.m.
“I’ve always really liked this sale because of its timing,” said consignor Zach Madden, whose Buckland Sales brings a 13-horse consignment into the auction. “There is a little bit of an urgency, a little bit of a, ‘Hey this is my last chance to pick up a mare to breed something this year.’ I definitely think there is an urgency to get stuff done.”
Brendan Gallagher, whose Frankfort Park Farm has a 10-horse offering at the sale, agreed.

“It’s the last opportunity to invest before the stud season for people that want to buy mares to breed to certain stallions and shareholders,” Gallagher said. “It’s always been a decent sale for quality. So that’s going to be the same old story.”
But consignors are still expecting to see the common polarization in the marketplace, with high demand for the perceived quality offerings and lesser demand at lower ends of the market.
“We have a mare in foal to Street Sense who will make money and we have a lovely Nyquist filly who will make money and then some of the rest of them might be just a bit more difficult,” Gallagher said. “But the good ones will sell well, which I suppose we can live with. The day when we have the good horses and we don’t have trade, well then we’re all in trouble. So that’s the way it is and it’s going to be the same.”
The Winter Mixed sale is the third major auction of the year, following the Keeneland January Horses of All Ages Sale and the Ocala Breeders’ Sales Company’s Winter Mixed Sale. Both of those previous sales proved there is still demand in the marketplace which has shown its resiliency as buyers and sellers  adjust to the new normal in the wake of the global pandemic.
“I would just say from looking at the other sales that the good individuals will still sell well,” said Ron Blake, whose Blake-Albina Thoroughbred Services has 19 horses on offer at Fasig-Tipton this week. “I think there is probably less demand for horses that are not at that top level. Of course that’s the way it’s been for a while, but during the pandemic, I think it’s even more stressed. If you make it into that top 10% or 20% of the horses, you can still get very good money, but if you fall below that, it can be a crap shoot depending on how far below that you fall. I think if you still have a good horse, there is plenty of money for it.”
Despite the swirling uncertainties caused by the ongoing pandemic, Madden and Gallagher both see reasons to be optimistic about the state of the market.
“I had friends and clients that sold at OBS, and obviously we were over at Keeneland in January, and the good news, I think, is you really didn’t have that doom and gloom and people with their chins down,” Madden said. “It seemed like when we were first getting the sales back going, people were just wondering what was happening. But people know the reality now. So I feel like that whole doom-and-gloom aspect is out of it. And at the end of the day, most of us are eternal optimists. I do think people still want quality and they are very tough on vetting and all of that other stuff, but I just feel like the worst–knock on wood–is over. We are all battle tested now, so while we still have things to overcome, I think we can still see the light at the end of the tunnel.”
With Gulfstream Park and Sam Houston Race Park among the most recent tracks to announce record handle figures, Gallagher thinks demand for racehorses will only get higher.
“I know the number of foals being bred is reducing and I know that the margins for the breeders–the market for foals is down 27% or something since 2017 and that’s a hard nut to crack–but in saying that, the handle at racecourses is going up–we had another record handle there last week with the [GIII] Holy Bull [S. at Gulfstream]. So racing as a sport stands out even a bit at the moment, so if the handle is going up it will have to turn around. And if you have a smaller market because the numbers are going down, I believe that it will come back. I honestly believe that. Demand will go up.”
He continued, “We sell a lot of foals, we’ll foal 43 here this year, so for us with that 27% drop since 2017, that’s a tough one for a farm like ours. If I was hearing that betting was going down or that people weren’t interested in racing anymore, then it might be time to do something else. But at the moment, you have to be upbeat about it because I think it’s got to come back.”
Comparing the uncertainties of the 2020/2021 market to the crash of 2008 and its aftermath, Gallagher thinks the top of the market will remain strong.
“The difference from 12 years ago, with the market, the wealthy people took a real hammering,” he said. “I don’t think that’s happened with the pandemic this time, in general. Yes there is fear there, but it’s not as if the bottom has fallen out of financial markets in the world. It hasn’t. The top is still there.”
During the 2020 Fasig-Tipton Winter Mixed Sale, 368 horses sold for $9,777,100. The average was $26,568 and the median was $8,500. The buy-back rate was 24.9%.
Twin Creeks Farm purchased the top-priced lot in 2020, going to $570,000 to acquire the broodmare prospect Remedy (Creative Cause), who was one of six to sell for $200,000 or more at the sale.

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1st-AQU, $80K, Msw, 3yo, 7f, 1:20 p.m. ETJonathan Thomas sends out $1-million Fasig-Tipton Saratoga grad Will E Sutton (Curlin) for Robert V. LaPenta, Stonestreet Stables and Bridlewood Farm on this card that was pushed back a day due to winter weather. The daughter of debut winner and  stakes-placed juvenile Yes Liz (Yes It’s True) sports an upbeat tab over the Belmont training track. TJCIS PPs
 

 

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ชุดบันทึกความปลอดภัย COVID-19 ขาย Fasig กุมภาพันธ์หน้าแรก»คลังเอกสาร»ข่าวร่วม» COVID-19 ชุดบันทึกความปลอดภัยสำหรับ Fasig กุมภาพันธ์ขายวันอังคารที่ 26 มกราคม 2564 10:28 น. | กลับไปที่: ข่าวที่ใช้ร่วมกัน, ข่าวเด่นอัปเดต: 26 ม.ค. 2021 เวลา 10:51 น. Fasig-Tipton ในการนำไปสู่การลดราคาแบบผสมผสานในฤดูหนาวของรัฐเคนตักกี้ Fasig-Tipton ได้ใช้โปรโตคอล COVID-19 ต่อไปนี้ภายใต้กฎระเบียบของรัฐเคนตักกี้: – มาตรการต่างๆรวมถึงการตรวจสอบอุณหภูมิและคำถามเกี่ยวกับการคัดกรองสุขภาพจะดำเนินการเพื่อให้พนักงานผู้เข้าร่วมประชุมและผู้เข้าร่วมทุกคนสามารถเข้าไปในพื้นที่ขายได้ ผ้าคลุมหน้าเป็นสิ่งจำเป็นตามคำแนะนำของ US CDC ไม่อนุญาตให้ผู้เข้าร่วมชุมนุม ต้องมีระยะห่างระหว่างคนอย่างน้อยสองเมตร จำนวนที่นั่งในศาลาขายมี จำกัด ไม่มีบริการจอดรถ ขั้นตอนการทำความสะอาดและการฆ่าเชื้อโรคที่เพิ่มขึ้นจะดำเนินการด้วยความสะอาดตามปกติของพื้นผิวที่มีการสัมผัสหนักอย่างน้อยทุกสองชั่วโมง แนะนำให้ล้างมือด้วยสบู่และน้ำบ่อยๆสำหรับผู้เข้าร่วมทุกคนอย่างน้อย 20 วินาที การทดสอบ COVID-19 โดยสมัครใจจะเสนอให้ในวันที่ 5 กุมภาพันธ์ 9.00 – 17.00 น. ก่อนการขาย Kentucky Winter Mixed ผลลัพธ์จะพร้อมใช้งานภายใน 24 ชั่วโมง การทดสอบ COVID-19 ไม่ใช่ข้อกำหนดเบื้องต้นสำหรับการเข้าร่วมการขาย Kentucky Winter Mixed Sale มีขึ้นในวันจันทร์และอังคารที่ 8-9 กุมภาพันธ์ การประชุมเริ่มเวลา 10.00 น. ไม่ใช่สมาชิก? คลิกที่นี่เพื่อลงทะเบียน PDF หรือการแจ้งเตือนรายวัน เรื่องนี้เผยแพร่ใน Shared News, Top News และ Tagged COVID-19, COVID-19 Logs, Fasig-Tipton, Kentucky Winter Mixed Sale การดาวน์โหลด TDN ของคุณเริ่มต้นแล้ว หากการดาวน์โหลดไม่เสร็จสมบูรณ์คลิกที่นี่

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