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Mr. Greeley’s Saratoga yearlings average $252,500


Wednesday, August 04, 2010 |
Led by a $430,000 colt, the Saratoga Select yearlings by Mr. Greeley averaged $252,500.

All four Mr. Greeley yearlings who went through the sales ring were sold, and each brought six figures. His top-priced yearling was Hip 176, a chestnut colt out of Graded stakes winner Silver Tornado, purchased for $430,000 by Hugo Merry Bloodstock.

His other Saratoga yearlings were: Hip 135, a colt out of Perfectly Stunning, purchased for $260,000 by Marc Keller; Hip 146, a colt out of Quiet Maggy, purchased for $220,000 by Steve Young; and Hip 113, a filly out of Monochrome, purchased for $100,000 by Chester Stables.