Too Much Bling Filly Tops Texas Summer Yearling Discount
A cross-bred Texas dog by Too much Bling took the lead at the 2022 Summer Anniversary Sale in Texas, topping the sale when the hammer dropped to $100,000.
Mansfield Racing signed the ticket above, consigned as a Hip 19 from Highland Training Center shipment. Produced from Action This Day mare Soft Music, the fat pup is a full sister to the 2016 champion, a 2-year-old dog bred in Texas Bling on the Music .
The best-selling pony is the Hip 60, a Louisiana-bred foal by Take Charge Indy provided by Clear Creek Stud Shipment. Mansfield Racing was again the buyer, buying back the foal for $90,000. Hip 60 doesn’t have a lot of winnings Half of us mare All Woman.
“We are clearly delighted that one of the most influential stallions in the state of Texas was bred by one of our state’s most influential stallions,” said TTA director Foster Bridewell. “She is a beauty and a full sister who went through a similar round of sales before becoming a Texas champion. We are grateful to breeder Danele Durham and Highlander Training Center for allowing us to. I have a chance to bring her here.”
The 2022 Texas Summer Anniversary Sale set a record for TTA Sales. One hundred and sixty-one horses sold for a total of $3.41 million, up from $3.2 million last year. The median price is $21,186, up from an average of $18,246 in 2021. The median price is $14,500 this year, up from $10,000 last year.
For full results, visit www.TTAsales.com.
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