Three Horses Lead Keeneland November’s Fourth Session At $300,000 – Horse Racing Information | Paulick Report

Three Horses Lead Keeneland November’s Fourth Session At $300,000  - Horse Racing News | Paulick Report

Hip 1269, a weanling Mendelssohn colt, brings $300,000 on the 2020 Keeneland November Sale.

Three horses – High quality Warmth, Intercourse Image and a weanling colt from the primary crop of Mendelssohn – every bought for $300,000 to prime outcomes of Thursday’s fourth session of the Keeneland November Breeding Inventory Sale.

Keeneland bought 227 horses for $13,153,000 on Thursday, for a mean of $57,943 and a median of $42,000.

Cumulatively by means of 4 periods of the 10-day public sale, 748 horses grossed $115,681,000, for a mean of $154,654  and a median of $90,000.

Bluewater Gross sales, agent, consigned High quality Warmth and Intercourse Image.

Springbord Farm bought High quality Warmth, a stakes-placed 3-year-old filly by High quality Street. Cataloged as a racing or broodmare prospect, she is a full sister to Grade 2 winner Frank Dialog and from the household of Grade 1 winners Uncommon Suspect and Golden Doc A. Her dam is the stakes-placed Uncommon Warmth mare Rushen Warmth.

Springbord, which additionally paid $55,000 for a weanling filly by Mastery consigned by Bluewater, was the session’s main purchaser, spending $355,000 for 2 horses.

Inexperienced Lantern Stables/Patrick Masson, agent, acquired Intercourse Image, a 3-year-old daughter of Uncle Mo carrying her first foal by Metropolis of Gentle. Out of Grade 1 winner Icon Challenge, Intercourse Image is a half-sister to Grade 2 winner Style Enterprise and from the household of Grade 1 winner La Gueriere and Grade 2 winners and sires Lasting Approval and Munnings.

The $300,000 Mendelssohn weanling bought to Larry Greatest’s OXO Equine. 4 Star Gross sales, agent, consigned the colt, who’s out of Abuntia, by Olmodavor. He’s from the household of champion Susan’s Lady, a number of Grade 1 winner Copelan and a number of Grade 2 winner St. Joe Bay.

Spanish Star, a 6-year-old daughter of Blame who’s a half-sister to Belmont Stakes winner Sir Winston and is in foal to Arrogate, introduced the day’s second-highest value of $275,000 from Crestwood Farm, agent. Consigned by Woods Edge Farm, agent, she is out of Grade 3 winner La Gran Bailadora and from the household of Canadian champion Woolloomooloo.

West Bloodstock, agent for Repole Stables, paid $270,000 for Bambalina, a 4-year-old daughter of Bernardini and champion Excellent Sting. She is carrying her first foal by Road Sense. Consigned by Hidden Brook, agent, Bambalina is a half-sister to Grade 3 winner Sensible Sting.

The session’s main consignor was Lane’s Finish, agent, which bought 35 horses for $2,113,000.

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