Fasig-Tipton’s July Sale’s Catalogue Now Available — Online

From the Fasig-Tipton Media Team:

July Selected Horses of Racing Age Catalogue Now Online

Fasig-Tipton has catalogued 168 initial entries for its July Selected Horses of Racing Age Sale, to be held on Monday, July 8 in Lexington, Kentucky, beginning at 4 pm.  It will precede the July Selected Yearling Sale that will take place the following day beginning at 10 am.

The catalogue, which may now be viewed online, will continue to grow as Fasig-Tipton approves entries up until sale time.

“The popularity of this sale with both buyers and sellers has generated our largest catalogue to date,” said Fasig-Tipton President Boyd Browning.  “We expect to catalogue several more entries prior to the sale, so we encourage all prospective buyers to stay up-to-date as the sale grows.”

This year’s catalogue cover features recent graded stakes winning graduates DO SHARE, INSTA ERMA, and NICODEMUS.

“This is one of our most popular sales with buyers, and for good reason,” Browning continued.  “Since we first held this sale in 2013, graduates have made more than 6,200 starts, earned close to $35 million, and notched nearly 70 stakes wins.”

Entries may be reviewed via the sale’s user-friendly enhanced online catalogue, which features pedigrees, race replays, statistical links, Ragozin “sheet” numbers, and continuously updated past performances.

The newest resource added to the enhanced catalogue this year are Thoroughmanager past performances, which are now featured in addition to Daily Racing Form past performances.

Prospective buyers may also sign up for email alerts to receive pedigree and race-record updates, as well as notifications of new sale entries as they are accepted.

The July Selected Horses of Racing Age catalogue will also be available via the equineline sales catalogue app. Print catalogues will be available on the sales grounds by July 5.

For further information:
Evan Ferraro
(859)255-1555

The horse broke well today,” Gaffalione said. “I had the horse inside, Dunph, going to the lead and then (Gun It) showed a little bit of speed. When I saw they were intent on going I just tried to get him back and got him to relax. He came back to me nicely and settled well down the backside. Got a little keen going into the far turn and wanted to move a little early. But I didn’t want to take too much away from him so I tried to sit as long as I could. He was waiting on horses down the lane but I kept him at task and there was plenty of horse there.”

“Mark (Casse, the trainer) and his team have done a great job,” Gaffalione said. “They’ve had a ton of confidence in this horse the whole way. It’s just an honor to be able to ride the horse. He’s just so professional, trains great and he’s a pleasure to be around.”

Tyler Gaffalione, Rode of War of Will to victory in the G2 Risen Star Stakes at the Fair Grounds

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