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vallygirl927 wrote:
FYI Madelyn, Sunday Holiday's Ghostzapper filly sells in session 9.


Thanks!! I will make it a mission to get over and get photos of her!

I hope this year that there will be no big fireworks and that horses will sell for good, workmanlike prices, and that they will all find good homes.

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A.P. Indy sold for 4.2 million. Second dam is the dam of Zenyatta....possibly more a factor than A.P.


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It certainly didn't detract from the colt's value that his dam is a G1 winner, as well.


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madelyn wrote:
vallygirl927 wrote:
FYI Madelyn, Sunday Holiday's Ghostzapper filly sells in session 9.


Thanks!! I will make it a mission to get over and get photos of her!

I hope this year that there will be no big fireworks and that horses will sell for good, workmanlike prices, and that they will all find good homes.


Be sure to post them or email them to me! I'm dying to see what she looks like!


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So far, so good as far as the sale goes. For the first session, the average was up nearly 50%, the median was up 25%.

Session topper was an A.P. Indy colt o/o Balance who sold for 4.2M, the highest price since 2006.


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LB wrote:
So far, so good as far as the sale goes. For the first session, the average was up nearly 50%, the median was up 25%.

Session topper was an A.P. Indy colt o/o Balance who sold for 4.2M, the highest price since 2006.


Session 1 of the premier select yearling sale in the world and one million dollar horse.

First session average up 50% but how does the average compare with good years?

Take away the $4.2m colt what have you got?

Sheik Mohammed bought 1 and Coolmore bought 1 - that says a lot.


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Not to mention the fact that the first book looks like a compilation of the best that an old Keeneland July Sale compared to last year's first book that looked like a normal Keeneland September. I wonder if those consignor's of #3, #15, #16, #19, #21, #29, #43, #56, #87 and #95 are that impressed ???


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So what's your point? That a sale isn't going well unless every horse brings a million? That we should all ignore the fact of the poor economy in assessing how it going? It could have been a whole lot worse than it was last night. Like I said, so far, so good.

Sheikh Mohammed bought 1 and Coolmore bought 1 and the world didn't end-- to me that says that the market currently has a broader range of buyers willing to spend significant money. I can't see how that's a bad thing.


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I love Keeneland :) It's so beautiful, the horses look fantastic (at least the majority do) and the food and company is great.

#14 was a pretty outstanding looking colt to match his page.

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Hip # 207 must have his legs on backwards. An A.P. Indy out of Take Charge Lady.....who won 2.5 million :shock:


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jagger wrote:
Hip # 207 must have his legs on backwards. An A.P. Indy out of Take Charge Lady.....who won 2.5 million :shock:


See for yourself:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/4981921582/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/4981316065/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/4981315533/

Looks like mama - I seem to recall her being small, perhaps that was the knock on him.

Anyone know why the full to Curlin was withdrawn?


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[quote="LB"]So far, so good as far as the sale goes. For the first session, the average was up nearly 50%, the median was up 25%.

Session topper was an A.P. Indy colt o/o Balance who sold for 4.2M, the highest price since 2006.[/quote]

Well, I saw him on Youtube, can't believe this is a yearling, but I guess he takes after the family!

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session 2 - 58 sold out of 102.
8 sold for $100k or less.

1 bought by Sheikh Mohammed and 0 bought by Coolmore, so far so good.


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Did anyone see the Giant's Causeway Honey Ryder colt (believe it was Hip 155)? I couldn't believe he went for only $30k. Does anyone know what the problem was?


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A lot of very well bread yearlings selling very cheaply. Amazing how it has changed since 2005. At that sale, Hip #836 was the 42nd seven figure yearling in the sale. What have we this year 3? 4?


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