Horse Racing

OBS Winter Consignor-Preferred boasts huge gains


The first day of the Ocala Breeder’s Winter Mix and Race Horse Sale took place on January 24 with positive results. With a healthy increase in the average price per horse of $27,101 and an average of $19,000, the shipper’s preferred session was up 30.4% and 90% year-over-year, respectively.

Young ponies led by stallions faucet , consigned by Stuart Morris as the Hip 42, soon won top honors after being sold for $225,000 to dealer Dave Cannizzo. The foal born in March, apart from the mare, has no race heat pathare half-brothers and half-brothers with Miss Boom Boom second place in the Wine Country Stakes and the March Madness Starter Handicap, both on grass in California.

Bred by Aaron Sones in Kentucky, the flying pony was seen through Keeneland’s November Pet Sale last year as weaning with Eaton Sales, which sold for $70,000 to T&T.

Cannizzo was the top buyer in the shipper preference session with his unique purchase.

At the end of the year-end ceremony, two individuals brought more than six numbers. Second, a pony of Gunnevera get out emotional roar, was deposited as Hip 29 by Silver Oaks Farm. Machmer Hall bought the hybrid in Florida for $100,000.

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Two stallions sold for $60,000 to share the honor of the day as the highest-priced item for a pony. great debate (Hip 41), win bet Venerable Dillon mares, sold in foals for cannot to H&E Ranch from the KP Sales banner. 7-year-old boy won Union Avenue Handicap at Racecourse Saratoga in 2021 and is holding her first pony on the March 27 cover; Improbable will see his first ponies drop in price in 2023.

Craig Wheeler consigns young winner Map of Liam mare High Speed ​​Stef (Hip 138), who sold to Fire At Will Syndicate. Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (G1T) Winner fire at will will take on stud duties in New York at Sequel Stallions after being purchased during the Fasig-Tipton Digital Sale earlier this month. The mare is carrying her first pony, by girvin on the cover of May 23.

During Tuesday’s inaugural shipper preference, OBS reported 96 horses were sold out of the 114 that passed the round, recording a total of $2,601,700 in sales, generating an average price of $2,601,700. $27,101 and the average is $19,000. Eighteen individuals failed to meet their reserves, representing an RNA ratio of 15.8%.

Last year, during the consignor preference session, OBS recorded 150 ponies changed hands out of 171 offered for sale with total sales of $3,117,800, average of $20,785 and median of 10,000. dollars. The 21 horses failed to reach the starting price with an RNA ratio of 12.3%.

Beth Bayer sold 13 of her shipper priority services for a total of $358,000 to become the top shipper by total revenue.

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a 5 year old child Entry point gelation, tidal rock , which caught the attention of buyers late Tuesday business hours, sold for a final price of $72,000 to Randy Miles. Kaizen Sales’ Richard Kent has deposited the hybrid Adena Springs Ontario, runner-up in the 2021 Ontario Derby (G3).

The double-surface runner was sold with a 3-4-1 record in 16 starts and earned $430,598. Campaigned by Stronach Stables and most recently under the guidance of Sid Attard, Riptide Rock has hit the board four times in three months in 2021, including Queen’s Plate Stakes, Toronto Cup Stakes, Breeders’ Stakes and Ontario Derby.

He was the first pony out of Stephen has even mare Irish influenceand her only pony starts so far.

During Tuesday’s Horses of Racing Age session, OBS reported 89 horses sold out of 110 through the round for a total of $1,466,800, average price $16,481, and median $10,000. la. Twenty one individuals who failed to meet their reserve to express an RNA ratio of 19.1%.

At this time last year, OBS sold 81 of the 90 horses through the ring for a total of $1,499,700, with an average price of $18,515 and an average price of $11,000. Nine individuals were unsold, representing an RNA fraction of 10%.

OBS continues to update its stats with buy-after-sell prices, which may cause later changes to the overall numbers.

Kaizen Sales led Day 1 after selling 15 race-age horses for a total of $327,200 to become the top shipper by total sales.

Coach Rob Atras, acting as an agent, made two purchases for $78,000 to be the top buyer in terms of total value in the second session.

Selling continues tomorrow with the open session of Hips 401-653 starting at noon ET. As of Tuesday evening, 38 horses had withdrawn from the final session.

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