TOP NEWS

7/30/2015
Tapizar’s first yearlings brought up to $250,000 and an average of $168,000 at the Fasig-Tipton July Yearling sale, an average that ranks atop the Freshman Yearling Sire list...
7/17/2015
Tapit had one of the most sought after colts at the July 13 Japan Racing Horse Association select yearling sale when a colt brought a winning bid of $1.85 million...
7/13/2015
Swipe’s big stretch run carried the 2-year-old Birdstone colt to victory in the $85,000 Summer Juvenile Championship Sunday at Los Alamitos Racecourse...
7/11/2015
Lead sire Tapit added to his lengthy roster of graded stakes winners on Saturday when Walk Close came from off the pace to win the $100,000 Modesty H. (G3)...
7/9/2015
Led by a $250,000 filly, all five of first-crop sire Tapizar’s offerings brought six figures at the July 9 Fasig-Tipton July yearling sale...

Gainesway sires near the top during day 3 of F-T sale


Wednesday, October 27, 2010 |
Fasig-Tipton’s October yearling sale closed with a $105,000 Afleet Alex filly and a $100,000 colt by Mr. Greeley as two of the top three prices during the third day of the Oct. 25-27 sale.

The Afleet Alex filly, cataloged as Hip No. 1020, sold to agent Bo Hunt from the Darby Dan Farm consignment. The bay filly is out of the unraced Forestry mare Summer Forest and comes from the family that produced Group 1-placed Firm Pledge.

Hip No. 1014, a $100,000 Mr. Greeley colt was bought by Pacific Ocean Stables from the Woodford Thoroughbreds consignment. The dark bay or brown colt is out of the stakes winner Stormy Venus, who is out of a sister to champion Serena’s Song. Stormy Venus is a half-sister to Doubles Partner, winner of the Grade 2 American Turf.