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Proud Emma sells $1 million in Keeneland

Proud Emma sells $1 million in Keeneland

3rd grade winner proud emmaThe 6-year-old daughter of Include in a dowry to Charlatan was sold to Jane Lyon Summer Wind Equine for $1 million during the third hearing Wednesday of the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale.

Proud Emma was the first million-dollar horse on the third day of November’s sale since 2017, and has increased the number of seven-figure purchases at this year’s auction to 13.

On Wednesday, 214 horses sold for $40,754,000, a 6.87 percent increase over the corresponding session for the 2021 sale, when 242 horses totaled $38,134,000. The median of $190,439 is up 20.85 percent from last year’s $157,579. The median of $160,000 was up 14.29 percent from $140,000.

Keeneland cumulatively sold 547 horses for $142,807,000, which jumped 12.77 percent from the corresponding period of 2021, when the total was $126,634,000 for the 586 horses. The $261,073 average is 20.81 percent above $216,099 from 2021, and the median increased 9.38 percent from $160,000 to $175,000.

Kenland Vice President of Sales Tony Lacey said: “The sale has been very healthy, reflecting the vitality of the market. We are out of an exciting Breeders Cup, and there is a huge selection of stallions that will retire this year. A lot of breeders are looking to improve their breeding groups and revamp their portfolio, though. both local and international levels.

“There is a lot of enthusiasm,” Lacey continued. “Buyers are willing to keep riding horses they feel are of the quality they want. It’s a very high tide of boats. We are in a very competitive environment right now. There is diversity in the market and in the buying pool which is really encouraging. Today, the top 15 sold out A horse for 14 different interests. It’s very broad and we don’t depend on one entity. The second horse across the ring today brought in $700,000, and the six-hip horse from the end brought in $725,000, so there’s depth along the way.”

“We saw a lot of local interest at the top of the market yesterday and today,” said Cormac Brethnach, director of sales operations at Keeneland. “When you look at the foal market, the average price today was $150,000, and last year it was about $110,000. You can see that people are really competing for foals. Authentic is a really interesting crop stallion from the first stallion, but there are also other stallions out there. Possible, fickle, Tiz the Law – so many exciting horses that I’m starting to recognize them. As far as it is today, there is every reason to believe the momentum will continue into Book 3 and beyond.”

Awarded by Bedouin Bloodstock, Agent, Proud Emma is out of Debutante Dreamer, by Proud Citizen, and from the America Alive First Class family.

“We saw a very beautiful mare that we think Flyline will love,” said Leon. We decided to give him a little gift for his recent performance. We were trying to find mares that we thought would fit him physically and pedigree. I hope he realizes what job awaits him. So we hope it works, too.”

“It’s a big, beautiful mare by Include. Conor Doyle of Bedouin Bloodstock said the price surprised us a bit. We thought it would fetch over half a million. (Molly Charlatan cover) played a big part (in the price). We’re glad it was bought by Summer Wind and you will be part of this brooding squad.”

Anderson Farms/Stonereath Stud paid $725,000 for this 3-year-old skilled, bizarrely deformed humor dance provided by Sam-Son Farm. Half-sister to the Class 2 winners Say the Word and Rideforthecause, she’s from the family of Racing Hall of Famer Dance Smartly, Canadian Dancethruthedawn Champion and Class 1 winners Smart Strike and Moreno.

“I’ve been impressed with the Sam-Son process all my life growing up in Canada,” said buyer Dave Anderson. “I have strived to be as close to a good breeder as they were. This is one of their best family fillies ever. One look at her, warped humor over Giant’s Causeway… It’s just something I really wanted to have in my show. I’m really glad to have her. She’d be a mare.” Long term on our show. My dad passed away 12 years ago yesterday and he and Mr. Samuel (of Sam-Son Farm) have been great friends and have done a lot of business together over the years so it’s really an emotional purchase for me.”

Zwix, who is Dubawi’s 4-year-old daughter, was sold for $700,000 to Jim Ryan of Ireland. She is a French betting and center winner Glorious Sight in Group 1, by Singspiel, and a half-sister to Group 2 winner Glycon. Zoikes were dispatched by Indian Creek, the agent.

“It was very well received,” said Sarah Sutherland of Indian Creek. “It’s a great cover for her (Medaglia d’Oro): Medaglia d’Oro cross with Dubawi. Sold to Bob Edwards and e Five Racing. They bought her when she was one year old at (Tattersalls sale October 2019) and they campaigned here.”

Woodford Thoroughbreds paid $675,000 to the stake winner Message, the 6-year-old daughter of Warrior’s Reward in foal to Charlatan. Delivered by Hill ‘n’ Dale in Xalapa, the agent, she is out of Carson City mare Song’n Dance and from the family of first class winners.

“We’re always looking to upgrade, and that was a lot of money for her,” said Lincoln Collins, a Woodford Thoroughbreds agent. “She’s a very beautiful mare. In terms of pedigree, we can raise her pretty much anything we like. Bounty Warrior is starting to come to life as a brooding dad. Charlatan has been a very good race horse and will probably be one of the most talented in season one next year.” You know what the market is like: it values ​​young people for experience. All of these things together have pushed us to the limit. I’ve offered so much money to so many horses and I haven’t gotten anything until today.”

Lake Garda, a 4-year-old half-sister to first-class winners Hoppertunity and Executiveprivilege and is in pony to Uncle Mo, was sold to HR Bloodstock for $600,000. Delivered by ELiTE, Agent, Out of Refugee, by Unaccounted For, and from Family Racing Hall of Famer Davona Dale

“Just a beautiful mare, apparently royally bred,” said buyer Hunter Rankin. “Really excited for the owner. You’re going to Flightline. We thought it was a fair price. We thought it would do well in the market. It looked like she had a lot of movement in there. She had all the bits and pieces, and then she became a foal into a great stallion. We really liked the Persians and wanted to make sure we got her.”

Stud and Gage Hill spent $575,000 on Finding Fame, the 5-year-old daughter of an Empire Maker born in Constitution to be her first dowry. Sister sister to betting winner Mei Ling, Finding Wim is out of the golden mare of Lochnavar and from the La Guerrier family and the Mamoun of the first order. Sent by a Gainesway agent.

“Chug McGage trained the mare, and she had a lot of talent,” said Terry Finley of Gage Hill, adding that Finding Fame could be bred to Flightline. “She is a beautiful, big mare. We knew there were many important players interested in her.”

AAA Thoroughbreds went for $550,000 to get the highest priced session weaning, a colt from the Gun Runner of the family of Class 1 Critical Eye and Class 2 Takeover Target winner. An Indian Creek agent, who is out of Twiga, sent him by Union Rags.

“I thought it was the best horse on sale. I just love it,” buyer Dean Direnzo said. “We bought our first Gun Runner, which was (a multi-award winning first-class) good (when I was a year old in 2020) We’re really excited. We’ll send him home, let him grow up, see how it goes, and we’ll go from there.”

The ELiTE was the cycle’s leading dispatcher with sales of $4,655,000 for the 16-horsepower.

St. George’s Stables led buyers by spending $1.72 million on six horses.


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