Wanamaker’s 2023 May Sale Catalog Now Online by Press Release|05.17.2023|2:37pm Senorita Karla The catalog for Wanamaker's 2023 May Sale is now available for viewing online. Bidding will open Thursday, May 25 at 8 a.m. ET, with the first listing set to close at 5 p.m. Subsequent listings will close in three-minute increments. Detailed information on the buying process can be found at wanamakers.com/buy. For more information on those being offered in the 2023 Wanamaker's April Sale, see wanamakers.com. Prospective buyers may browse the website to view pedigrees, pictures, and videos of each hip offered. In-person inspections may be scheduled by contacting sellers with the information provided in the catalog. Highlights of the catalog include: – Dinn Righ, a 6-year-old broodmare in-foal to Alternation. A daughter of Karakontie, she hails from the prominent line of Justenuffheart, dam of multiple stakes winners and producers including champion filly Dreaming of Anna. – Rambler, a registered Ohio-bred 2-year-old racing prospect by Honor Code currently in training at Santa Anita. His only sibling to race is a winner and his dam, Hopefaithandjoy, was a winner as a two-year-old and earned over $100,000 during her career. – Go Mika, a winning daughter of Handsome Mike being offered as a racing prospect. The 3-year-old filly broke her maiden at Tampa Bay Downs in February and is eligible for many first-level allowance and starter conditions. – Senorita Karla, a 4-year-old daughter of Will Take Charge currently in-foal to Modernist. She is a half-sister to stakes-placed performer, Courteous. Wanamaker's hosts monthly online Thoroughbred auctions. The streamlined platform and timing of auctions at wanamakers.com provides an opportunity for industry participants to buy and sell at the right time with less hassle. In addition to an unwavering commitment to its customers, Wanamaker's is committed to the Thoroughbred industry and the lifeblood of the industry, the horse. To show this commitment, Wanamaker's contributes .1 percent of total sales to the Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance (TAA) and requires sellers to contribute .05 percent of their total sales to the TAA as well.