Recent stakes winner ZONDA among latest November Sale entries Fasig-Tipton has added an additional two entries to the supplemental catalogue for its upcoming November Sale.
These newest entries are catalogued as hips 218-219:
ZONDA (Hip 218): Three-year-old daughter of SCAT DADDY enters the sale off an impressive stakes win in the Maryland Million Ladies S. on October 19, going 1 1/8 miles on turf. From a highly productive female family, she is a half-sister to the dam of graded stakes winners HONEY BUNNY and DR. EDGAR. A registered Maryland-bred that is also Virginia certified, she will be consigned as a racing/broodmare prospect by South Point Sales Agency, agent.
’19 GUN RUNNER-LOVE AND PRIDE FILLY (Hip 219): Weanling daughter from the first crop of GUN RUNNER, Horse of the Year and earner of nearly $16 million. Her dam, LOVE AND PRIDE, notched G1 wins at Saratoga and Santa Anita on her way to earnings of more than $985,000. Her rich female family includes Grade 1 winners CARA RAFEALA and BERNARDINI. She will be consigned by Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent.
These entries may now be viewed online and will also be available in the equineline sales catalogue app. Print versions of all supplemental entries will be available on the Fasig-Tipton grounds at sale time.
The November Sale will be held on Tuesday, November 5, in Lexington, Kentucky, beginning at 3 pm.
For further information: Evan Ferraro (859)255-1555
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