Tracking some of the Canadian buyers from the final four sessions of the Keeneland November sale that wrapped up last week.
About halfway through the Keeneland November Breeding sale, Canadians have purchased more than a dozen horses
The Mare Purchase Program in Ontario continues to help boost broodmare purchases south of the border by Canadians.
Whimsical Dance, the last filly in the Sam-Son Farms stable, brought a bid of $725,000 at Keeneland by Anderson and Stonereath Farms.
Fasig-Tipton Kentucky's flagship sale took place Sunday; you can buy a share of Flightline on Monday at Keeneland's Breeding Stock sale.
There were some Canadian buyers of mares and weanlings through the first nine of ten sessions of the Keeneland November Breeding Stock sale.
Owner and trainer Cole Bennett purchased the 7-year-old Nov. 18 at Keeneland for $6,700 and will stand the son of Gio Ponti with partners.
Jesse Korona, Don Blowe and Jory Sherman, Henley Thoroughbreds, Reade Baker and others have bought horses in Lexington.
Colebrook Farms, Peter Redekop, Windways and others from Canada buy mares as the large sale has reached seven sessions in Lexington.
Sean and Dorothy Fitzhenry bought two mares for a total of $425,000 on day 2 of the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale.
The late William Graham's dispersal of his Windhaven horses begins on Day 1 of the Lexington sale that continues this week.