(Keeneland / Photo by Gene McLean)
From the Keeneland Media Team:
Shockingly and Motown Girl, both siblings to graded stakes winners and consigned by Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent, each sold for $50,000 to top Keeneland’s March Digital Sale, held today as part of Keeneland’s Digital Sales Ring platform.
Andre Lynch, agent, purchased Shockingly, a 3-year-old daughter of Nyquist who is a half-sister to Apollo Kentucky, a Japanese Group 1 winner and earner of more than $3 million, and stakes-placed Beau Ravelle. Out of Dixiana Delight, by Gone West, Shockingly is from the family of stakes winners Lake Lady, Slinkylady and One Night Lover. In her career debut on Feb. 20 at Fair Grounds, she rallied from far back at the top of the stretch to finish second by a head.
Motown Girl, a 4-year-old daughter of Uncle Mo who is a full sister to Grade 3 winner Name Changer, sold to Randy Coker. The filly is out of the multiple stakes-winning Northern Afleet mare Cash’s Girl and from the family of champion and sire Afleet Alex.
Both fillies were offered as broodmare prospects.
The one-day mixed March Digital Sale grossed $128,000 for six horses. Summary results are available by clicking here.
Keeneland will host its next Digital Sale on May 25. Additional digital sales are scheduled for June, July, August, October and December.