Hip 1801, a weanling by Audible, sold for $360,000 at the Keeneland November Sale.
The buoyant pace continued at Keeneland on Sunday when gross sales of $166,206,000 through five sessions of the 10-day November Breeding Stock Sale surpassed total sales of $151,017,300 recorded during last year’s entire 10-day auction.
Demand continued to drive healthy gains today, the final day of Book 3, when 282 horses sold for $19,590,500, up 50.33% over the corresponding session of the 2020 November Sale when 235 horses grossed $13,032,000. The average of $69,470 rose 25.27% from last year’s $55,455. The median increased 35.71% from $42,000 to $57,000.
At the halfway point in the sale, Keeneland has sold 1,120 horses for $166,206,000, up 29.14% compared to $128,701,000 for 982 horses at this point in 2020. The average of $148,398 increased 13.23% from last year’s $131,060, while the median of $95,000 rose 26.67% from $75,000.
Market strength also was reflected in the buy-back rate, which was 15.32%.
Susan Casner paid the day’s highest price of $360,000 for a weanling filly from the first crop of Audible who is a half-sister to 2021 Grade 1 Darley Alcibiades winner and G1 NetJets Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies runner-up Juju’s Map. She was consigned by Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent.
Super Simple, a winning 5-year-old daughter of Super Saver from the family of 2021 G1 Hopeful winner Gunite, who in foal to Volatile, sold for $300,000 to Woodford Thoroughbreds. Consigned by Warrendale Sales, agent, Super Simple is out of stakes winner Simplify, by Pulpit, and is a half-sister to stakes winner Simple Surprise.
A weanling colt from the first crop of champion Mitole sold for $285,000 to Corinne and Bill Heiligbrodt and Spendthirft Farm. Consigned by Mulholland Springs, he is out of the Quality Road mare Rode Warrior and from the family of G2 winner Three Peat and G3 winner Wacky Patty.
Natalma paid $250,000 and $235,000 for the session’s next two highest-priced horses, both cataloged as racing or broodmare prospects.
The first was Union Maiden, a winning, stakes-placed 4-year-old daughter of Union Rags consigned by Indian Creek, agent. Out of Pantanal, by Congrats, Union Maiden is a half-sister to Grade 1-placed Borracho and from the family of graded stakes-placed Selva and Vanzzy.
Natalma’s $235,000 purchase was Correctness, a winning 4-year-old daughter of Medaglia d’Oro out of the winning Distorted Humor mare Veracity. Consigned by Denali Stud, agent, Correctness is from the family of G1 winners Elate and Eastern Echo and G2 winners Yell, Roar, and Tax.
Code of Honor LLC/L.E.B., agent, purchased six horses for $690,000 to lead buyers for the second consecutive day.
The leading consignor was Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent, which sold 28 horses for $2,729,000.
New to the Paulick Report? Click here to sign up for our daily email newsletter to keep up on this and other stories happening in the Thoroughbred industry.
Copyright © 2021 Paulick Report.
This entry was posted in Bloodstock, NL List and tagged audible, Code of Honor LLC, Correctness, juju’s map, keeneland november, keeneland november sale, mitole, Mulholland Springs, Natalma, November Breeding Stock Sale, spendthrift farm, Super Simple, susan casner, taylor made sales agency, Union Maiden, warrendale sales, William and Corrine Heiligbrodt, Woodford Thoroughbreds by Keeneland Association. Bookmark the permalink.