Two horses – a pony weaned from the 1st class winner’s first crop vekoma and the 4-year-old wins Munnings kid Souper Munnings —each sold for $130,000 on November 15 to mark the ninth and penultimate session of the Keeneland November Pet Sale.
Keeneland reported 265 horses sold out of the 308 offered for sale on Tuesday were sold for a total of $3,183,200, generating an average price of $12,012 and a median price of $7,000. . There were 43 horses that failed to meet their reserves, representing an RNA ratio of 14.0%.
At this time last year, 292 individuals were sold out of 323 through the ring for a total of $3,979,400. A median price of $13,628 and an average price of $9,000 were recorded. Thirty-one horses failed to meet their reserves to express an RNA ratio of 9.5%.
Cumulating over the past nine sessions, Keeneland reported 2,165 horses that changed hands out of 2,681 to get through the round for a total of $210,260,800, generating a median price of $97,118 and a median price of $97,118. is $40,000. Five hundred and sixteen horses failed to meet their reserves to represent an RNA ratio of 19.2%.
Cumulative figures do not reflect the 2.5% percentage in Longines Breeders’ Cup Classic (G1) winners Flight route sold on November 7 to Brookdale Farm, the dealer for $4.6 million.
Walking Horses at Keeneland Breeding Sale in November
During the 2021 sale, at this time 2,303 horses out of the 2,726 offered for sale have been sold for a total value of $198,713,100. A median price of $86,284 and an average price of $40,000 were recorded. Four hundred and twenty-three did not sell, representing an RNA rate of 15.5%.
Christina R. Jelm, dealer, purchased the highest priced weaner consigned by an Eaton Sales agent. Vekoma’s third weaning to top a session of the November Sale, the Gypsy Gray no-colour foal, Giant’s Causeway, and from the family of 1st tier/group winners Honcho and Voice of the poet and Gemswick Park Level 3 winner.
River Bend Ranch paid $130,000 to Souper Munnings, who was deposited by Warrendale Sales, a Live Oak Stud agent. beyond victory sky mare Mylitta, the chubby girl who is the younger half-sister of a 3rd grader Judge Davis . She comes from the Alywow Canadian Horse of the Year family and is a 2nd grade winner City of the century and 3rd grade champion Wow I’m free .
Eaton Sales, the dealer, also consigned the aforementioned Gypsy Gray vehicle, for transit person second best seller of the day when she was acquired by Kildare Stud Farm for $90,000.
The mare out of Sheraton Park, the bet daughter of cozzen . A weaned piglet from class 2 winner’s first crop Instagram was sold to dealer Taproot Bloodstock for $80,000. Greenfield Farms, agent of Sierra Farm, deposited a filthy man who was out Midnight music mare Sierra Song and from the families of class 2 winners Triple Tipple and Get the news together with the winner of class 3 secret hero .
CJ Stables paid $75,000 for a weaning puppy by army mule from the family of the 3rd class winner agave kiss . Get out Pioneers of the Nile mare Mezcalita, she was deposited by Hill ‘n’ Dale at Xalapa. Morning Frost, the 4-year-old daughter of blur , was sold to Jody Huckabay, the dealer, for $70,000. Denali Stud, the dealer, consigned the empty Live for Now mare to Tiznow.
The top buyer in the session was KOID, which spent $188,500 on 14 horses. With sales of $384,800 for 29 horses, Taylor Made Sales Agency ranked first in terms of shippers.
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