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Dam of Breeders’ Cup Classic Winner Mucho Macho Man Leads Tuesday Session of Keeneland January Sale

LEXINGTON, KY (Jan. 7, 2014) – Ponche de Leona, dam of 2013 Breeders’ Cup Classic (G1) winner Mucho Macho Man, sold for $775,000 to Brushwood Stable to top Tuesday’s session of the 56th Keeneland January Horses of All Ages Sale. The price is the highest amount paid during the first two days of the four-day sale.

Dam of Breeders’ Cup Winner Mucho Macho Man Brings $775,000 to Lead Tuesday Session

Ponche de Leona, dam of 2013 Breeders’ Cup Classic (G1) winner Mucho Macho Man, lit up the sales ring late Tuesday during Keeneland’s January Horses of All Ages Sale, selling for $775,000 to Brushwood Stable. The amount is the highest paid during the first two days of the sale.

The 15-year-old mare by Ponche, who is in foal to Distorted Humor, was consigned by Blake-Albina Thoroughbred Services LLC, agent. Eaton Sales’ Reiley McDonald signed the ticket on behalf of Brushwood’s Betty Moran.

$750,000 Broodmare Life Happened Tops Opening Day of Keeneland January Sale

LEXINGTON, KY (Jan. 6, 2014) – Life Happened, dam of Grade 2 winner Vyjack and Grade 3 winner Tepin, brought $750,000 on Monday to top the opening session of Keeneland’s 56th annual January Horses of All Ages Sale.

Jason Litt of Solis/Litt Bloodstock purchased Life Happened, a 13-year-old daughter of Stravinsky in foal to Harlan’s Holiday. She was consigned by Select Sales, agent.

Frigid Temps Don’t Dampen Enthusiasm at January Sale

Single-digit temperature readings throughout the afternoon haven’t cooled the energy on opening day of Keeneland’s 2014 January Horses of All Ages Sale.

Life Happened, dam of 2013 graded stakes winners Vyjack and Tepin, and carrying a foal from the last crop of Harlan’s Holiday, sold for $750,000 to Solis/Litt near the start of the session.

Jason Litt signed the ticked for the 13-year-old mare by Stravinsky out of Round It Off on behalf of LNJ Foxwoods. Life Happened (Hip 36) was consigned by Select Sales, agent.

Keeneland January Sale Begins Monday

LEXINGTON, KY (Jan. 3, 2014) – The first major event of the new year at Keeneland begins Monday, Jan. 6, with the start of Keeneland’s 56th annual January Horses of All Ages Sale.

Keeneland Catalogs 1,590 Horses for 2014 January Sale

LEXINGTON, KY (Dec. 3, 2013) – Keeneland has cataloged 1,590 horses for its 2014 January Horses of All Ages Sale, which will be held Jan. 6-9.

The interactive January Sale catalog will be accessible online at Keeneland.com beginning Tuesday, Dec. 3. Print catalogs will be mailed the week of Dec. 16.

The sale comprises 545 broodmares, 154 racing or broodmare prospects, 615 yearlings, 272 horses of racing age and four stallions.

Mahkama Brings $145,000 to Top Thursday at Keeneland

LEXINGTON, KY (Jan. 10, 2013) – Mahkama, a four-year-old daughter of leading sire Bernardini, sold for $145,000 to Blandford Bloodstock to headline Thursday’s session of Keeneland’s January Horses of All Ages Sale. 

A winner in England, Mahkama is out of the Rahy mare Rahy Rose. She is a half-sister to Tempted Stakes (G3) winner Summer Raven, dam of Holy Bull Stakes (G3) winner Winslow Homer. She was consigned as a broodmare prospect by Brookdale Sales, agent.

Keeneland January Exceeds 2012 Gross on Third Day of Auction

LEXINGTON, KY (Jan. 9, 2013) – The market continued to show considerable strength on Wednesday when gross receipts of $40,299,000 for the first three sessions of Keeneland’s January Horses of All Ages Sale surpassed total sales of $37,991,900 recorded for last year’s four-day auction.   

Brisk Trade Drives Substantial Increases On Tuesday at Keeneland January Sale

Street Sense Filly, Graded Stakes Winner Keertana Bring Seven Figures

LEXINGTON, KY (Jan. 8, 2013) – Buyer enthusiasm for quality individuals drove strong trade throughout day two of Keeneland’s January Horses of All Ages Sale, resulting in two seven-figure sales and double-digit increases in gross, average and median price.

Yearling Filly by Street Sense Sells for $1.45 Million on Tuesday

A yearling filly by Street Sense brought $1.45 million – the second-highest price for a short yearling sold in January – during Tuesday’s session of the January Horses of All Ages Sale.

The filly, purchased by Canadian Nat Rea’s Regis Farms, is out of stakes-winner Please Sign In, by Doc’s Leader. She is a half-sister to Shadwell Fillies’ Mile (G1) winner Certify and Oak Leaf Stakes (G1) winner Cry and Catch Me, and from the family of such champions as Habitat, Suave Dancer, Suave Tern and Muqtarib.

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