Live Blog: The New York Bred Sale, Session 2 (2017)

Follow along as we recap the top hips of session 1 of the New York Bred Sale!

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Hip 589 c. Cairo Prince-Garden City (Carson City) // $500,000

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Hip 589 c. Cairo Prince // Fasig-Tipton Photo

Hip 589, a colt from the first crop of Cairo Prince, sold for $500,000 during the second session of The New York Bred Sale, the highest price ever achieved by a yearling offered at this sale. The gray or roan colt was purchased by Waves Bloodstock from the consignment of RFHF Bloodstock, agent.

This colt is a half-brother to six winners from as many to race out of the Carson City mare Garden City, including stakes placed winner Horse and the City. The immediate family further includes champions Inside Information and Smuggler and Grade 1 winners Educated Risk and Evilasio.

Hip 589 was bred in New York by Hidden Lake Farm and 3C Joint Ventures.

Hip 572 f. Violence-Fear This (Ghostzapper) // $250,000

Hip 572, a filly by successful freshman sire Violence, sold for $250,000 during the second session of The New York Bred Sale. The dark bay or brown filly was purchased by Cary Frommer from the consignment of Hunter Valley Farm, agent.

This filly is out of the unraced Ghostzapper mare Fear This, herself a daughter of graded stakes winner Susan’s Angel. This is the immediate family of graded stakes winner Seacliff and stakes winners Copingaway, Eloquack, Esplendita, Spicy Stuff, Fierce Heart, Rucker Canyon, and Correct Call.

Hip 572 was bred in New York by Christopher Shelli.

Hip 485 f. Cairo Prince-Two Hearts (Deputy Minister) // $230,000

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Hip 485 f. Cairo Prince // Fasig-Tipton Photo

Hip 485, a filly by popular first-crop yearling sire Cairo Prince, sold for $230,000 during the second session of The New York Bred Sale. The grey or roan filly was purchased by Kenneth McPeek, agent for Walking L Thoroughbreds from the consignment of Bluewater Sales, agent.

This filly is a half-sister to five winners from as many to race out of the winning Deputy Minister mare Two Hearts, including stakes-placed winner Embracing Hearts. The immediate family includes Grade/Group 1 winners Field Cat, Hennessy, Pearl City, Hold That Tiger, and Editor’s Note.

Hip 485 was bred in New York by Joseph Picozzi and Saratoga Glen Farm.

Hip 459 f. More Than Ready-St Francis Wood (Irish River-FR) // $315,000

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Hip 459 f. More Than Ready // Fasig-Tipton Photo

Hip 459, a filly by More Than Ready, sold for $315,000 during the second session of The New York Bred Sale. The dark bay or brown filly was purchased by Bradley Thoroughbreds, agent for Sheep Pond Partners from the consignment of Bluewater Sales, agent.

This filly is a half-sister to four winners out of the stakes-placed winning Irish River (FR) mare St Francis Wood, including stakes winner Saratoga Dreamer. St Francis Wood is a full sister to English stakes winner Abbey Bridge. This is the immediate family of Grade 1 winner Interco.

Hip 459 was bred in New York by Aynsford Holdings.

Hip 450 c. Tiznow-Southern Charmer (Dixie Union) // $250,000

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Hip 450 c. Tiznow // Fasig-Tipton Photo

Hip 450, a colt by Horse of the Year Tiznow, sold for $250,000 as the first offering of the second session of The New York Bred Sale. The dark bay or brown colt was purchased by Hartley/de Renzo Thoroughbreds from the consignment of Summerfield, agent.

This colt is out of the stakes-placed winning Dixie Union mare Southern Charmer, who is also the dam of multiple winner First Charmer. Southern Charmer is out of graded stakes winner Power Play, making her a half-sister to stakes winner Vegas Play and to stakes-placed winner Skipper’s Mate, dam of graded stakes winner Frac Daddy. This is the immediate family of graded/group stakes winners Camargo (IRE) and Gala Spinaway.

Hip 450 was bred in New York by Thomas Mina.

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