An Opportunity Awaits at the Gulfstream Sale
Buyers showed up in the fleets following a seamless show under tack on March 28 at the Gulfstream Sale to inspect the carefully selected juveniles set to go under the hammer on March 30 in the scenic Gulfstream Park paddock.
During Monday’s harnessed show, a foal by Uncle Mo (Hip 96) set a record when he worked an eighth in :9 3/5, followed by a Bolt d’Oro filly (Hip 48) who also achieved the fastest quarter mile (a dazzling 20 2/5) in the history of the sale.
“We’re always thrilled to see fast times,” Fasig-Tipton President and CEO Boyd Browning Jr. said. other high quality works. Both at the time and in the methods in which the horses worked, there are beautiful videos of the show. There is quite a bit of quality depth to the catalog; it’s not just a horse or two; there are a large number of quality horses. »
Fasig-Tipton Chairman and CEO Boyd Browning, Jr.
The second juvenile sale of the season will kick off with a strong market seen at the March sale of the Ocala 2-Year-Old Breeders-in-Training, the season opener. With average and median prices up from the COVID-19 pandemic years of 2020 and 2021. Shippers are optimistic we’ll see much of the same positivity continue here when the action begins from 2:00 p.m. HEY.
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“Coming out of OBS, which I thought was really good, evident by the average and the buyout rate was down which is always encouraging,” shipper Steve Venosa of SGV Thoroughbreds commented on Monday. “Overall, the global economy and the current situation, it’s nice to see that people are still buying horses, and I think the market should follow here.”
“We had a good sale in March, and I think the market will be a bit stronger here, with the better class of horses,” said shipper James Layden. “I’ve been selling here for 20 years (including when the sale was in Calder). The Gulfstream sale is my favorite sale. You’re a little luckier when you come here, and be surrounded by a bunch of d other beautiful horses make the difference.”
In the 2021 edition of the sale, 67 horses of the 105 across the ring sold for gross receipts of $25,360,000 at an average price of $378,507 and a median of $300,000. An RNA level of 36.1% represents the 38 heads that did not reach their reserve.
This year, a total of 103 juveniles were initially cataloged for the single day sale at Gulfstream, and on Tuesday afternoon, 35 horses were removed from sale. While there will be a limited number of 68 horses on offer, the quality of the catalog speaks volumes.
“We would have hoped for a bigger catalog. Our goal is to do our best for the men and women who supported the sale,” Browning said. “They have brought us some exceptional horses, and it is our job to do whatever we can to help sell those horses to the best of our abilities.
“I think our vendors and supporters will be rewarded on Wednesday afternoon.”
Established and first-year bulls are represented with strong female families, including active racing families.
- Hip 3, a colt by street sense is a half-brother of the winner of the Iroquois Stakes (G3), The Tabulator . Top Line Sales is shipping the colt that originally entered Keeneland’s September sale, selling for $250,000.
- Hip 14, a colt by good magic is a 3rd grade half-brother Hang a star and winner of the bet Empire Line and family of the nearly $3 million tiered winner precipitous fall . SGV Thoroughbreds picked up the colt at the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky Select Yearling sale for $172,000.
- Hip 22, a colt by Bee jersey is out of a half-sister to the eminent stallion Ashford Stud Munnings and classified in 3rd year Sister Munnings . Shipper James Layden bought the colt bred by Charles Fipke at the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky yearling sale for $57,000.
- Hip 23, a colt by in mischief no longer has a women’s sprint champion La Verdad , a revenue of $1.5 million. The colt was a $675,000 RNA at Keeneland’s September sale. Wavertree Stables consigns the colt, aptly named Prince of Truth.
- Hip 41, a filly by a first year stallion City of Light comes from the family of the champion Breeders’ Cup Sprint (G1) Mitole and Hot Rod Charlie , the Grade 1 winner recently finished second in the Dubai World Cup on March 26 sponsored by Emirates Airline (G1). Ciaran Dunne found the Kentucky-bred filly at Keeneland’s September yearling sale for $160,000.
- Hip 54 is a colt by quality road , another class offering from Wavertree Stables. This colt is out of the double winner of the Yellow Ribbon Handicap (G2) She is not there of the Horse of the Year family Zeniatta by the third dam, vertiginous .
- Hip 57 is a colt by Curling out of storm cat Mare silverbulletway 3rd year winner producer Governor Charlie and winner of the bet crisis of mind all from the female family of the 2 and 3 year old champion silverbulletday . Hartley/de Renzo Thoroughbreds entrusts the colt they found at the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky fall yearling sale for $300,000.
- Hip 64, a colt by Run happy named Unhappy by Niall Brennan Stables, is out of the winner of the Singapore Plate Stakes (G3) Sue’s Good News producer of Tiz Miz Sue , a 1st year winner of $1.1 million. George Sharp bought the colt for $125,000 at the Keeneland September Yearling Sale.
- Hip 72 is a colt by Into Mischief out of Ur Dvln Disguise, the half-sister to the multiple graduate stakes winner Kobe’s Return and winner of the 3rd year Correctly spelled . Originally bred from the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky Fall Mixed Sale as a weaned colt for $65,000, Niall Brennan will see this colt through the ring.
- Hip 74, a filly by Into Mischief consigned by Wavertree Stables, comes from the millionaire’s family Life at ten . Initially, the filly participated in the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky Select Yearling sale, selling for $345,000.
- Hip 84, a colt by Triple Crown winner To justify is not a winner of the 1st year Seductive Zophie Belmont Stakes producer presented by NYRA Bets (G1) winning first year stallion Tapwrite 2nd year winner ride a comet and grade 3 placed Inject . The colt was originally a $290,000 RNA at the Fasig-Tipton New York Saratoga Select Yearling sale for breeder Barronstown Stud. Wavertree ships.
- Hip 88, a colt by Medaglia d’Oro is out of Distorted humor Mare Baffled making this juvenile a half-brother to the winner and sire of the Besilu Florida Derby (G1) Constitution as well as Boyton a 2nd year winner in England, and Jacaranda , winner of the Tempted Stakes (G3). Hoby and Layna Kight bought this colt at Keeneland’s September yearling sale for $225,000. Hartley/de Renzo Thoroughbreds will see the colt through the ring.
- Hip 96, a colt by Uncle Mo set a new record after setting an eighth mile in :9 3/5 for shipper Wavertree Stables on Monday. He is related to Tap your heels the mother of the influential stallion Carpet . Initially, Uncle Mo’s son entered Keeneland’s September sale for breeder Barouche Stud (IRE) but did not reach his reserve of $385,000.
Uncle Mo’s colt consigned as Hip 96 breaks eighth fastest mile in: 9 3/5 during under tack show at The Gulfstream Sale
Browning continued, “This sale has been known for years to attract some of the world’s best 2-year-old prospects and has produced some of the most successful graduates who have succeeded on the racetrack and in the breeding shed as stallions. I think this year’s catalog is indicative of that, with great bull power overall and quality female families.
“We play a game where people dream big, and you can certainly buy a horse at the Gulfstream sale that can change your life and transform your operation and racing experience. Our catalog offers pedigrees with matching physiques that must do a winning combination.”