Keeneland November Sale 

The sale continues this week. See reporting on previous sessions here and here.

Session 3

NTEP Ltd., Mario Serrani and S. Chen paid $190,000 for PRIVATE CLIENT, a winning Kitten’s Joy mare in foal to Uncle Mo. This young mare is a half sister to graded stakes winners Diversy Harbor, Keertana and Snow Top Mountain.

Glenn Sikura and Mario Serrani with their new mare Private Client; courtesy Hill ‘n’ Dale Farm

WINDWAYS FARM of Jeff and Annabel Begg bought STARVING ARTIST, a stakes placed 4-year-old by Paynter in foal to Malibu Moon for $125,000.

BRYAN ANDERSON from British Columbia bought two mares, REVEALING MOMENT by After Market and in foal to Good Magic for $35,000 and SIX ROADS, by Marchfield for $15,000.

Session 4

Brett C. Anderson bought MAYA STRIKE, by Smart Strike in foal to California Chrome for $22,000 and HEKAAYAT, a Mr. Greeley mare in foal to Bolt D’oro for $30,000.

Richard Hogan paid $25,000 for NO WONDER, a winning Three Wonders stakes producer in foal to Good Samaritan.

Bryan Anderson, for Peter Redekop bought stakes winner GOLDEN DAWN, a stakes producer, in foal to Palace Malice for $80,000.


Session 5

Huntington Stud Farm of Dan Mooney paid $20,000 for TINKERBELLA, a 5-year-old mare by Redding Colliery (a son of Mineshaft). This is a half sister to Grade 2 stakes winner CHoctaw Nation. She is in foal to Mor Spirit.

Franz Crean, owner and trainer in Ontario, paid $30,000 for WORLD PEACE, a 6-year-old, stakes placed mare by ready’s Image in foal to Violence.

Anderson Farms, David Anderson, bought one of the top mares of this session in KASBACH, a Medaglia D’Oro mare who cost $230,000. The placed 4-year-old is from a Group 1 placed mare and this is the family of Kingmambo and Miesque’s Son. She is in foal to Kantharos.

Anderson also paid $65,000 for FRENCH PARK, a 16-year-old mare by Ecton Park and dam of Grade 2 stakes winner Genre. French Park is in foal to Bernardini.


Session 6 (Monday)

Richard Hogan, agent for John Burness’ Colebrook Farms bought Ontario bred LUNA BLUE for $22,000. The mare is a 13-year-old by Lemon Drop Kid and dam of stakes winner Ruth Less Blu. She is in foal to Astern (AUS), a son of Medaglia D’Oro.

Colebrook, through Hogan also paid $39,000 for FAIR ROSE, a Harlan’s Holiday mare, 14-years-old and dam of Grade 2 winner Fair POint. She is in foal to Kentucky Derby winner ALWAYS DREAMING.

Cara Bloodstock, Bernard and Karen McCormack, paid $22,000 for AUNTY MO, a 5-year-old by Uncle Mo in foal to Grade 1 winner Tourist. Aunty Mo is a half sister to two stakes winners.

Huntington Stud Farm, Dan Mooney, bought a 2-year-old filly in foal to Midnight Storm. Named DAMSEL, the youngster is a half sister to four stakes horses and she cost $25,000.

Albertan Terry Hamilton, whose Grade 1 winner Heart to Heart recently retired to stud,  paid $11,00 for GIANT EMPIRE, by Giant’s causeway, sold in foal to Midshipman.

Richard Hogan signed the ticket on Canadian-bred HENNY’S HEART for $32,000. Henny’s Heart, by Henny Hughes. The mare is the dam of recently stakes placed Monastery Lane and she sold in foal to Tapwrit.

*A&A Farm in Belwood, Ontario sold a homebred weanling by first year sire KLIMT from their Stormy Atlantic mare Erma Lee for $65,000. A&A, owned by Andrij and Andrea Brygidyr, a father and daughter team, bred to Klimt for $10,000 (US). The Brygidyr’s first homebred, the yearling FAST LIDA, by Fast Anna, was bought back from the CTHS Canadian Premier Yearling Sale for $47,000 this past August. They race graded stakes winner A.A. Azula’s Arch.


Session 7 (Tuesday)

KEITH JOHNS, owned of True North Stable,  bought a weanling by Grade 1 winner Keen Ice from a Smoke Glacken mare for $19,000.

Bryan Anderson, for Peter Redekop, paid $320,000 for CALCULATION, an 8-year-old Hard Spun mare in foal to Palace Malice.

Sherry McLean, agent bought JULIA’S STAR, a stakes winning El Prado mare in foal to Mor Spirit (by Eskendereya) for $18,000.