Selling Arrogate Colt Tops FT NY, Breaking Records
The second and final day of the Fasig-Tipton New York Cross-Breed Sale ended on August 15 with a son of Interrogation won top honors after selling for $700,000 to top both sales sessions. The consignment foal was Hip 573 by Eaton Sales, the agent of the Longford ranch, which received a timely update as its full brother Stone cave break his maiden on August 13 at Del Mar by six lengths.
Two-year-old shipper Tom McCrocklin bought the pony from Georgie’s Angel for Champion Equine. The Bellamy Road Dam was a winner of the 2011 Schuylerville Stakes (G3) and was placed in the Tempted Stakes (G3) the same year. The dark brown dog or brown pony was bred by Kathleen Schweizer.
“We’re going to take him to Ocala, break him down, and haven’t decided (what we’ll do then),” McCrocklin said. “He can go both ways, depends a lot on the brother. Obviously, a big update with the full brother, impressive first-time win and running a Beyer 101. . But we didn’t buy the brother. We bought this horse, so we have to make it work.”
He added: “He will be treated like a racehorse. His aptitude, his strength, his mind and his quickness — all of those factors (which will determine what happens next). follow, pinhook or race). We bought this horse and we hope he can fill those big boots.”
McCrocklin led Monday as the top buyer with two Champion Equine purchases and five purchases totaling $1,235,000. The $700,000 colt price broke the previous record set in 2018 of $600,000 for an equal colt. Pioneers of the Nile and the price of $775,000 paid in 2019 for a Moon Malibu dirty.
McCrocklin has been reflecting on the market for the past two days.
“It’s a solid market, July, Selective Sale, this sale, and his full brother will likely be a favorite for (Runhappy) Del Mar Futurity (G1) unless something else from the Baffert warehouse to go with.”
At the close of business on Monday afternoon, 124 horses out of the 149 that passed the sale were sold for a total of $13,275,000, matching the median price of $107,056 and the median. average is $72,500. There were 25 horses that failed to meet their reserves, exhibiting an RNA ratio of 16.7%.
“Another record sale. Set a new record for total sales, exceeding $20 million for the first time in the history of the New York-Bred sale and the average price being the highest ever. “, Fasig-Tipton chairman and CEO Boyd Browning Jr. said.
During the second day of sale at the 2021 sale, 141 of the 176 were offered for sale with a final price of $12,069,000. The average price of $85,596 is established and the average price is $60,000. There were 35 horses that failed to meet their reserves, exhibiting an RNA ratio of 19.8%.
Summerfield led the second day of sales after 14 of 17 were offered to change hands with a total of $1,538,000 with an average price of $109,857.
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After two days of opening, 188 of the 233 annuities were offered for sale with total sales of $20,175,000, representing an 8.6% increase over the same period last year. The median price is up 17.3% to $107,314 and the trending average is $74,000 for a 5.7% gain.
The two-day sale in 2021 saw 203 of the 258 semi-annual under the hammer sell for a total of $18,566,500, good with an average price of $91,461 and a median of $70,000. USD. The 55 horses that failed to meet their reserves accounted for an RNA ratio of 21.3%.
“The past week has been fun, encouraging and gratifying,” Browning said. “It reflects the quality of the horses they have allowed us to sell. It reflects the interest and enthusiasm for the racing product, especially in New York.”
In two days of purchase, agent Tom McCrocklin purchased seven annuities for a total of $1,212,000 at an average price of $242,400 to become the lead buyer in terms of sales.
Taylor Made’s sales agency sold 13 of their 13 direct offers in two days for a total of $2,042,000 with an average price of $157,077 making it the top shipper in terms of sales. sales based on total revenue.