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Honey Red, 2021 ITOBA Fall Mixed Sale Topper, Breaks Maiden At Horseshoe Indianapolis

Honey Red, the all-time highest priced yearling sold at the 2021 Indiana Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association (ITOBA) Fall Mixed Sale, is now a race winner. Honey Red was highly sought after in last year’s yearling sale in Indiana, bringing $48,000 through the sales ring. The impressive daughter from the first crop of Indiana’s richest […]

Canadian Thoroughbred Horse Society’s Premier Yearling Sale Attracts Over 200 Entries

The upcoming Canadian Premier Yearling Sale, August 31, 2022, being held at the Woodbine Sales Pavilion, Toronto, Ontario has attracted over 200 yearling entries. This year’s Premier Yearling Sale will include representation from 67 individual Stallions. The 2021 top 5 leading Ontario sires represented at the sale include Silent Name (JPN), Souper Speedy, Old Forester, Society’s […]

Travers Winner V. E. Day Highlights Wanamaker’s June Sale

Grade 1 Travers Stakes winner V. E. Day is one of the twenty-seven hips set to be offered during this year’s Wanamaker’s June Sale which marks two years in operation. The catalogue provides opportunities for buyers of all kinds, with racing prospects, yearlings, broodmares, mares in-foal, and a stallion on offer. V. E. Day, consigned […]

Bidding Now Open For Magnolia Racing Syndicate Flash Sale On Fasig-Tipton Digital

Bidding is now open on Fasig-Tipton Digital for the Magnolia Racing Syndicate Flash Sale, a two-horse digital auction offering horses in training.  The sale uniquely offers a pair of 2-year-old colts – both owned by Magnolia Racing Syndicate LLC and trained in Ireland by Joseph O’Brien – that finished first and second in the same […]

Bloodlines: Stolen Holiday’s Third-Generation Inbreeding To Northern Dancer A Modern-Day Rarity

With thousands of airline flights canceled across the country over the past holiday weekend, many would-be vacationers can identify with the subject of this week’s column: Stolen Holiday. This highly pedigreed daughter of leading sire War Front (by Danzig), however, isn’t a taker. She’s a giver, and she gave an impressive front-running performance in the […]

Maryland Horse Breeders Association Reveals New Board Of Directors

The Maryland Horse Breeders Association membership has selected one incumbent, one returning and three new members to the 2022 Board of Directors. Dictated by MHBA bylaws, the annually held election fills five open seats on the board. Those elected will serve for the next three years. Returning to the board are Michael Horning, current secretary-treasurer […]

Adena Springs Property Listed At $55 Million

At 2,300-acres with 20 barns and over 250 stalls, Adena Springs Farm, offered at $55 million, is one of the largest horse farm operations in the world capable of handling up to 1,000 horses. Built in 2007 to serve the iconic Adena Springs Stallion breeding operation, Adena Springs Farm was meticulously constructed and is located […]

Texas Thoroughbred Association Clarifies Status Of Auctions As HISA Conflict Continues

The Texas Thoroughbred Association released an email to the state’s horsemen on Thursday clarifying the status for several aspects of racing and breeding in the state, in the event the Texas Racing Commission goes through with its plan to refuse compliance with the Horseracing Integrity and Safety Authority after the July 1 deadline. Among the […]

Tattersalls To Introduce Select ‘Sceptre Session’ At December Mares Sale

Tattersalls is to introduce a new select session, named the ‘Sceptre Session’, which will headline the Tuesday of the Tattersalls December Sale and showcase the highest quality race fillies and broodmares to be offered for sale in Europe. The select ‘Sceptre Session’ takes its name from the great race filly Sceptre who was the only […]