(Keeneland / Photos by Gene McLean)
From the Keeneland Media Team:
A weanling colt from the first crop of Mo Town sold for $185,000 to Davant Latham, agent, to record the highest price of Saturday’s sixth session of the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale.
With the purchase, Latham was the day’s leading buyer.
The colt, who was consigned by Alliance Sales Agency, agent, is from the family of champion Safely Kept and Grade 2 winner Venetian Harbor. His dam is Mybrokenhome, by Broken Vow.
On Saturday, Keeneland sold 265 horses for $6,278,400, for an average of $23,692 and a median of $15,000.
Gross sales are $134,979,400 to date for 1,247 horses, for an average of $108,243 and a median of $55,000.
Wesley Ward paid $170,000 for a weanling filly by Practical Joke from the family of Grade 2 winner Flag Down, Grade/Group 3 winners Adventist and Dijeerr and stakes winners Isn’t He Clever and Sharp Writer. Four Star Sales, agent, consigned the filly, whose dam is the Elusive Quality mare Yankee Bright.
Dane, a 3-year-old mare by Dansili in foal to Demarchelier (GB), sold for $150,000 to H.F. Farm. She is out of the Group 2-winning Sadler’s Wells mare Peinture Rare (IRE) and from the family of French Horse of the Year Peintre Celebre. Dane was consigned by Claiborne Farm, agent.
Randal Family Trust spent $130,000 to acquire Thats Our Princess, a 10-year-old mare by Curlin who is in foal to Nyquist. Consigned by Woods Edge Farm, agent, Thats Our Princess is out of stakes winner Princess Ruckus, by Bold Ruckus, and is the dam of stakes-placed Appella. She is a half-sister to Grade 2 winner City Boy and stakes winner Vibank and is from the family of Canadian champion Langfuhr.
Four Star Sales, agent, also consigned Weabie, a 4-year-old winning daughter of Distorted Humor carrying her first foal by Blame and sold to Ashview Farm for $120,000. Out of Centrique, by Malibu Moon, Weabie is from the family of multiple graded stakes winner Sun and Snow and stakes winners Penny Marie, Snow Peak, Quatre Saisons and Earth Sound.
Selling for $110,000 to TK Stables was the winning 3-year-old Fed Biz filly Blood Curdling, a racing or broodmare prospect consigned by Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent. Out of Shriek, by Street Cry (IRE), she is a half-sister to Grade 2 winner Paid Up Subscriber and from the family of Grade 2 winner Stanley Park and Grade 3 winner Top Kisser.
With sales of $1,185,500 for 45 horses, Lane’s End, agent, was the session’s leading consignor.
The November Sale resumes Sunday and runs through Wednesday, Nov. 18 with all sessions beginning at 10 a.m. ET.
The entire sale is streamed live on Keeneland.com.