Into Mischief mare Able To Smile tops seventh day of Keeneland's Breeding Sale
265 horses sold for a total of $5,235,300 on Sunday
Into Mischief mare Able To Smile topped the seventh session of Keeneland's November Breeding Stock Sale when selling to I’ll Need A Little Luck for $135,000.
Consigned by Indian Creek, Able To Smile is out of the multiple Group winner and Grade 1-placed Teamgeist and a half-sister to multiple Grade 3 winner House Rules.
Sunday's session saw 265 horses sell for a total of $5,235,300, an average of $19,756 and median of $12,000, while cumulative sales throughout the seven days reached $140,214,700 for 1,512 horses, an average of $92,735 and a median of $42,000.
John Sikura’s Hill ‘n’ Dale went to $125,000 for the broodmare Stormy’s Song, in foal to Army Mule. The six-year-old daughter of Unbridled’s Song out of the Stormy Atlantic mare Stormy Tak is from the family of Grade 1 winners Lady Tak and Volatile.
Following Stormy’s Song in the ring was her first foal, a weanling colt by Army Mule, who sold to Castleton Stables for $80,000. Hill ‘n’ Dale Sales Agency, agent, consigned both Stormy’s Song and her weanling colt.
Godolphin was the session’s leading consignor when selling 22 horses for $657,500. They included Zarmant for $90,000, Cafe Belle for $85,000 and Angel Craft for $80,000.
Glass Half Full Bloodstock bought Zarmant, a three-year-old daughter of Tapizar in foal to Cairo Prince. Out of multiple Grade 1 Tout Charmant, she is a half-sister to Grade 2 winner Dancing House and from the family of Grade 2 winner New And Improved.
Cafe Belle, a three-year-old daughter of Medaglia D’Oro in foal to Midshipman, sold to Sebastian Murat and Reynard Bloodstock. Out of Grade 3 winner Snowbell, by Tapit, she is from the family of Grade 2 winners Burmilla, Nannerl and Magicalmysterycat.
Halmar International purchased Angel Craft, a daughter of A.P. Indy in foal to Nyquist. Dam of Group 2-placed Artigiano, she is out of stakes winner Monaassabaat, by Zilzal, and is from the family of Group 2 winner Bitooh.
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