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Bidding Open For ‘Fox Hill Flash Sale’ On Fasig-Tipton Digital

Sweet Tea carries the late Rick Porter’s famed red-and-white colors to victory at Oaklawn Park

Bidding is now open on Fasig-Tipton Digital for the “Fox Hill Flash Sale,” a one-horse online auction for Fox Hill Farms, Inc.-owned Sweet Tea.

Sweet Tea, a 4-year-old winning daughter of Into Mischief, is consigned as a broodmare prospect by Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent.

Bidding will close this Friday, April 8, at 2 p.m. EDT.

A $300,000 yearling purchase, Sweet Tea is a winning full-sister to Sound Machine, a multiple stakes winner and graded stakes placed earner of $256,314. Sound Machine ultimately sold for $750,000 this past fall at the Fasig-Tipton November Sale. Sweet Tea is also a half-sister to Forever Liesl, a New York stakes winner and graded stakes placed earner of $372,564.

Her immediate family includes multiple stakes winner and graded stakes placed Decorated Soldier, stakes winner and Grade 1 placed The Truth or Else, as well as recent Grade 3 Barbara Fritchie Stakes winner Glass Ceiling.

“The Fox Hill Flash Sale gives us the opportunity to showcase the versatility of the Fasig-Tipton Digital platform,” said Leif Aaron, Fasig-Tipton director of digital sales. “Sweet Tea is a quality broodmare prospect that should appeal to those actively looking for a filly to breed this year off the racetrack. We are pleased that we can put our digital platform to work for one of Fasig-Tipton's longtime supporters in Fox Hill Farms.”

Those wishing to bid on Sweet Tea may do so by visiting digital.fasigtipton.com.

Fasig-Tipton continues to accept nominations for its April Digital Selected Sale, to be held later this month on April 21-26.

Prospective sellers may nominate by contacting Aaron at (859)255-1555 or by email at [email protected]. Nominations close on April 14.

Fasig-Tipton's recently concluded March Digital Selected Sale produced a $250,000 sale topper, an average price of $85,600, and a median of $55,000.

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