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PostPosted: Sun May 06, 2012 10:57 am 
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We both know the nasty little truths that are not being spoken here. Spill it.


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How about Hartley/DeRenzo at OBS?

2005

Six horses catalogued, one scratch, two RNA. Total sales: $2.775 million. Total earnings: $200,000. Top earner: IMPELLING (Forestry), a $725,000 sale which earned $56,000.

2006

Eight horses catalogued, one RNA, seven sold for $20,350,000. Total earned: $403,000. This, of course, was the sale in which they "sold" THE GREEN MONKEY for $16 million, and a STORM CAT filly for $2.2 million. Together, they won one race and $22,000.

2007

Three horses were catalogued, two were scratched; the remaining colt sold for $800,000. He started 16 times, won once, earned $29,000

2008

Seven catalogued, four scratched, one RNA. The remaining two sold for $1.525 million; they earned a total of $203,000 in 19 starts.

2009

Six catalogued, three scratched. Three sold for $900,000. Two were unraced, the other won two races in three starts, $104,000


TOTAL: 16 two-year-olds sold by Hartley-DeRenzo for $26,350,000. Collectively they earned $939,000, or about 3.4% of their purchase price, not including expenses.


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I said "spill it" not spin it.

SPILL IT.


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Perhaps the most prolific consignor of two-year-olds in the country is Dr. Barry Eisaman. Selling under the EISAMAN EQUINE banner his collection of pinhooked yearlings usually exceeds several dozen in the Florida sales.

EISAMAN consignees often record the fastest preview times Last year's OBS March sale is no exception; it's FLATTER colt and DIXIE UNION filly each recorded the preview's best times of :20 3/5.

We decided to examine the 'Past Performances' of Eisaman's previous OBS March Sale two-year-olds whose workouts also topped the sale. (US earnings only).



2006 Ylng price 2yo price Starts/wins Earnings

10.0 MARY'S PRAYER $40,000 $90,000 24-4 $62,000

21.1 GOLD MINX 30,000 100,000 5-1 27,000
21.1 CURLY GIRL 37,000 325,000 5-0 20,000


2007

21.0 JET BLACK ROCKET 55,000 180,000 UNR 0

21.0 BLUE FLIGHT 67,000 105,000 2-0 13,000


2008

10.0 BOCA BELLE 520,000 4-0 17,000

10.0 KING PUMA 70,000 375,000 5-2 108,000

10.0 MIGHTY SCORE 60,000 155,000 17-3 96,000

10.0 ALLABOUTCAPITAL 50,000 360,000 6-0 6,000


20.4 BEE CEE CEE 100,000 200,000 19-3 180,000


2009

20.2 JUSTKEEPITSIMPLE 70,000 (45,000) 13-2 34,000

20.2 AIKENITE 60,000 225,000 16-3 379,000

20.3 ROYAL RAVINE 82,000 120,000 1-0 3,000

20.3 BULLS AND BEARS 47,000 135,000 5-1 36,000

20.4 PAPA JIGGS 85,000 140,000 7-0 1,500

20.4 VERY ENTERTAINING 32,000 75,000 UNR 0


TOTALS

Yearling sales price: $765,000

OBS March price: $3,150,000

Starts/wins: 129-19

Earnings: $982,000

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NATC not hosting annual Futurity in 2012

Due to a combination of circumstances the NATC will not be hosting its annual Futurity or producing a promotional advertising campaign this year. The NATC board has decided to put these programs on hold for the current sale season. The principal reason for this is the difficulty of generating sufficient revenue and viable participation in our Futurity to fund them effectively in the prevailing economic climate.

We would, however, like to thank all our loyal NATC members for their continued support over the years: we would have achieved nothing without them. We would also like to stress that this is not intended to be a permanent departure and that the situation will be revisited well in advance of the next cycle. Also, the NATC’s political arm will continue to be active, participating in industry forums and debates, fielding press when appropriate and generally advocating two year old sales at every opportunity. We will keep all our members updated on any changes to these decisions.

If you have any questions or concerns please contact the NATC office by phone or email. Good luck to everyone in the upcoming two year old sale season.

Best Regards,

The NATC Board:
Mike Mulligan, Niall Brennan, Eddie Woods, Barry Eisaman, Tony Bowling, Ciaran Dunne, Mike O’Farrell and Nick de Meric.


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YOU know what I'm lookin' for...
come on,
just SPILL IT!


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Tell everyone the nasty little secrets you're ducking.
The truth shall set us freeeeeeeee...


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A plethora of lightning-fast (or 'warp speed') workouts at today's (4-7-11)Keeneland April Sale preview made our job of choosing a winner of our coveted 'Dash For Cash' award a tough one. No fewer than four babies were timed at .09 4/5 for 220 yards, and many others in comparatively pedestrian clockings of :10 and :10 1/5.

In the end we chose MURRAY SMITH as our winning pinhooker. Long known for sending her preview charges in faster-than-a-speeding bullet workouts (she calls them 'breezes') Ms. Smith has consigned a small but select group of two-year-olds to the Keeneland April sale since 1999.

Let's see how they performed for their lucky purchasers:

(Name) (Keeneland sale price; starts/wins, earnings) Buyer


1999

TEXAS ICON ($320,000; 11-1, $13,000) FULL CIRCLE RACING
GOGISKI ($30,000; unraced). S. DAUTREAL

2000

IMPRESSIVE HONOUR ($125,000; 4-0, $3,000) STARVIEW STABLE
PHI EP ($85,000; 20-2, $46,000)

2001

MR. PAT ($520,000; 23-4, $116,000) TEGA FARM
RAMPART ROLL ($400,000; 11-1. $13,000) CENTENNIAL FARMS
GOTTA TEMP ($11,000; 20-3, $63,000) WHEELER RACING
SCORCHING (RNA-$15,000; 17-2, $42,000)

2002

PRICE OF HONOUR (RNA-$210,000; 25-8, $215,000)

2003

WORK ($950,000; 29-3, $53,000) M & M RACING

2004

MENITAR ($200,000; 22-2, $29,000) MIKE MCCARTY
HERETIC (RNA--$30,000; 27-2, $150,000)
DONNY BROOK PRIDE (RNA-$90,000; 31-2, $136,000)

2005

ASTER TRIPPI ($100,000; unraced) THOROUGHBRED BLOODSTOCK SERVICES
HEIGHT OF DELIGHT (RNA-$195,000; 3-2,, $56,000)
DARK KESTREL (RNA-$145,000; 2-1, $9,000)

2006

DR. MCDREAMY ($275,000; 3-0 $400) GREG PARTAIN
RED THE BOX (RNA-$145,000; unraced)
CANDY'S BRO (RNA-$90,000; 41-10 $142,000)

2007

PRINCE OMAR ($400,000; 5-2, $53,000) ZAYAT STABLES
ME GUSTA MUCHO (RNA-$40,000, unraced)
WILLOUGHBY (RNA-$35,000; 19-4, $52,000)

2008

FRED BAROWS ($100,000; 21-3, $587,000) JAPAN

TOTALS:

SOLD (11) $3,486,000
EARNED 587,000

RNA (10) 1,095,000
EARNED 802,000

JAPAN
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The subject of my next newsletter:

THE HOBY KIGHT CONSIGNMENTS: SURE FIRE LOSERS


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You know what everyone wants to know... spin the fodder, but we are waiting for the dirty secret.


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Only pinhookers know the dirty secrets. What are they? Electrical buzzers? Illegal stimulants and pain-killers? Herbs which mask them? Shock-wave treatments? Cobra venom?

Your diversionary tactics are childish and transparent. Tell us your secrets.


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You know exactly what I am talking about. Spill it.


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I didn't think he would.


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Please don't ask me to extract it from you, point by point.
Just SAY IT, and we're all good.


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You must be the dumbest pinhooker in NATC. Not even Fire Slam or any other Florida hack is behind you this time.

Here's an old truism for you, Dray: When you're pointing the finger at someone else, take a look at where the other four fingers are aimed.


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