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Saturday, 17 November, 2018

Majesty leads the way after first session

The daughter of Super Saver was offered as a broodmare prospect

Fasig-Tipton: Super Majesty topped the first Winter Mixed Sale session
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Super Majesty, a Grade 3 winner by Super Saver, topped the first session of the Kentucky Winter Mixed Sale on Monday when selling for $475,000 to Hill 'n' Dale Bloodstock acting as agent for Baoma Corporation. She was offered as a broodmare prospect by Darby Dan Farm acting as agent.

She's All In was the best-selling broodmare when selling for $325,000 to RML acting as agent. She was sold in foal to Magna Graduate.

The top-priced short yearling was a colt by The Factor sold for $135,000 to Blue Sky Stables.

Overall, 164 lots changed hands for a total of $4,702,300 during Monday's session, up 34 per cent from 2016's first session, when 184 hips sold for $3,294,500.

The session average was $28,673, up 55 per cent from $17,905, while the $9,750 median was a 22 per cent increase from $8,000 on this day in 2016.

Twelve hips sold for $100,000 or more, compared to five during the first session last year.

The Kentucky Winter Mixed Sale continues on Tuesday at 10am local time.

 

164 lots changed hands for a total of $4,702,300 during Monday's session, up 34 per cent from 2016's first session
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