Hat Trick’s 2-year-old filly Patriotic Diamond went from maiden to stakes winner with a powerful performance in the $150,000 Generous Portion S...
Jade Princess rolled to a flashy-looking 5 ¼-length maiden special weight score going one mile Thursday at Del Mar...
Afleet Alex’s Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (G1) champ Texas Red is the third favorite behind Triple Crown winner American Pharoah on morning line in Saturday’s $1.6 million Travers S.(G1)...
Iron First, a $1.55 million Gainesway sales grad by their leading sire Tapit, is scheduled to make his next start in the $100,000 El Cajon S. Saturday...
Delightful Joy got a masterful ride from Paco Lopez on Saturday as he guided the 3-year-old daughter of Tapit to a 1 ¾-length victory in the $100,000 Monmouth Oaks...
Thursday, August 08, 2013 |
Led by a pair of $500,000 yearlings, Tapit had four horses sell for an average of $387,500 at the Aug. 5-6 Fasig-Tipton Saratoga Select Yearling sale. Tapit finished in the top 10 among all sires in gross receipts, average, and median prices.
The first half-million dollar seller was hip No. 16, a filly consigned by Glenwood Farm, Inc. and purchased by Mark Casse. The filly is out of Bending Strings, who earned $870,612 while collecting wins in the Nassau County Breeders' Cup (G2), Chilukki S. (G2), and First Flight H. (G2).
Live Oak Plantation purchased hip No. 73 for $500,000 colt by Tapit out of Kalahari Cat, the dam of 2013 Grade 3 Spiral S. winner Black Onyx as well as Straight Line S. winner Francois. The Kentucky-bred colt was consigned by Woodford Thoroughbreds, agent.
Gainesway consigned hip No. 25, who sold to Centennial Farms for $350,000. The chestnut colt comes from a prestigious family that includes United States Grade 2 winners Fourstardave, Fourstars Allstar, and Mystic Lady.
Hip No. 43, consigned by Four Star Sales agent, went for $200,000 to Blandford Bloodstock, Ltd. The colt is out of the Irish mare Dress Rehearsal, who won the Grade 3 Orchid S. at Gulfstream Park.