Colt Violence $380K Leads During Solid Start To Selling Fasig-Tipton NY-Bred Yearlings

SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY – Sales of Fasig-Tipton New York-Bred Yearlings gained momentum throughout the launch period. It ended last year’s pre-opening numbers after a bustling evening of just 100 heads posted. The hunt by Violence took the night’s highest price when Chris Baccari, who bid with trainer Ken McPeek, went to 380,000. A dollar on behalf of the year’s country singer Toby Keith was sent by Hill ‘n’ Dale at Xalapa.

The ’53 sold Sunday for $5,999,000. The median of $113,189 was up 5% from last year’s opening session figure of $107,813, while the median of $100,000 was up 29.9% from last year’s $77,000 with 28 horses. reported not for sale The buyback rate is 34.6%.

“It’s a really good launch for New York’s annual 2023 sale,” said Boyd Browning Jr., president of Fasig-Tipton. slightly, which is quite smooth Get out while the sale is going on. But it sells like hot cakes. Last year was essentially record-breaking sales. And getting statistically improved in the two major categories is a really good start.”

With only a third of the catalog passing the ring on Sunday. Browning does not like making big predictions about the state of the annual market in New York.

“We have a full day tomorrow. Therefore, we will not boldly announce or affirm,” Browning said. “We will have a better ability to reach the overall market tomorrow. But it’s definitely a good start. And we are looking forward to good days. another day tomorrow.”

The New York Breed Sale continued Monday at noon with 264 more heads in the catalog scheduled to walk through the ring at the Humphrey S. Finney Pavilion.

Baccari, McPeek Strike for Violence Colt
Chris Baccari, who executed the purchase on behalf of Toby Keith this year, got the Fasig-Tipton New York-Bred Yearlings Sale to jump start when he purchased a Colt by Violence for $380,000 (hip 306) for the country singer. On Sunday, Saratoga Baccari bid back along with trainer Ken McPeek.

“For me he looks great and he has a lot of good qualities about him. “That’s why I told Kenny and Toby that we have to hold on. To me he is a very strong horse.”

Baycolt left off Liam’s Lookout (Liam’s Map), a half-sister to winner Itsaknockout (Lemon Drop Kid), bred by Fred Hertrich. Fledgling was sold for $175,000 to SKPJ Stables in the January Keeneland sale. of this year He was dispatched on Monday by Hill ‘n’ Dale at Xalapa.

“Me and Chris Baccari are good friends. And we’ve been friends for a long time,” McPeek said. “I have a lot of respect for his work. and he knows some of my work We both like horses. We’re putting together a group to race in New York. We might have Magdalena as his share. he is a lovely horse I think he’s really outstanding. You have to pay for a good man and he is a good man.”

Keith’s Dream Walkin Farm Auction saw Baccari buy a mare by Fast Anna for $100,000 at the OBS sale in June, and Baccari and McPeek teamed up to buy a Blame colt for $310,000 at the Fasig-Tipton sale in July.

“I’ve known Toby and had a female for him for a long time,” Baccari says. He called me and said let’s try to stabilize. That is what I am trying to do.”

Asked if there was a target number for the stable, Baccari said: “Every deal is its own deal. When you walk up and find a horse, try it.”

Gun Runner Filly to trade Winds Farm
Tom D’Ambra stands alongside daughter and farm manager Agatha Reid to $290,000 to buy his wife from Gun Runner (Hip 369) on Sunday in Saratoga, delivered by sales agent Taylor Made a year out of winner Pantonfire (Ire). (Sir Percy {GB}) She was bred by Richard Nicolai.

“We really need her,” D’Ambra said. “She’s a mistress. She is valuable If she doesn’t run It’s a good family. We wish her a good racing career. But after that, there’s a lot more in the tank.”

Trade Winds Farm is located in Rexford, New York and has run several Bounding Charm and Scientist bet winner campaigns.

D’Ambra, who said the pup was likely trained by Brendan Walsh, admitted he was willing to pay more to get the chick.

“I think you could go even higher. So I think this is a good deal,” he said.

Asked if he was still shopping, Umbra replied, “That’s enough for tonight. But tomorrow we’ll be back.”

Eclipse replaces back for Mo.
Eclipse Thoroughbred Partners and Repole Stables, who teamed up to buy the one-year-old foal by Practical Joke for $150,000 at last year’s Fasig-Tipton New York sale, returned to the Humphrey S. Finney Pavilion two days after the foal was born. After breaking off his first child, Saratoga first gets his step-sister by Vekoma (hip 349) for $235,000.

“It’s the same partnership as a brother,” said Repole consultant Jacob West, “so we’re joining forces and hopefully doing it again.”

Asked how her half-brother’s Trust Fund 2 1/4 debut victory influenced her sister’s purchase decision, West said, “We know she’s here and we knew that before. What did he do on this page? [to Friday’s race]Her face was rejected before he could run. But she herself was a very good woman. She was a beautiful woman. We hope he continues and does well. and we have what is left.”

Hip 349, consigned by Straight Line Equine Sales, is out of Mo Savings (Uncle Mo), the half-sister of Bet Winners, and earns points from Clipthecouponannie (Freud) She was bred by Windylea Farm.

“She’s adorable from birth,” Windylea’s Kip O’Neill said of the first year. “We think she will bring the $80,000 to $125,000 before the timely update that occurs on Friday. Of course we are watching that horse. when that happens We think we’ll hit the top $100,000. She earned over $200,000 and we’re very happy with the hand she got. Jacob has bought quite a few from our farm over the years. become a good relationship.”

Windylea Farm claims $40,000 of unplaced Mo Savings at the Belmont 2019 Trust Fund as her first child. She had a wife weaned by Tacitus.

“We still have a mare,” O’Neill confirmed. “We decided not to bring her back. Because it’s a delayed birth. And we decided to stop it for a year. We’ll have to give her a year sooner or later. And she works hard for us. So we thought we’d give her a little rest.”

Vekoma sold a pair of year-olds on Sunday night. In addition to foals, Paythrift has a young stallion (354 hips) sold for $200,000 to the Klaravich stables.

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