The strong pace continued on Sunday at Keeneland’s November Breeding Stock Sale, highlighted by the $190,000 paid by Castleton Lyons for Sanadaat, a three-year-old filly by Unbridled’s Song.
Consigned by Shadwell Farm as a racing or broodmare prospect, Sanadaat is out of the graded stakes-winning Mt. Livermore mare Lindsay Frolic. She is a half-sister to multiple stakes winners Super Frolic and Stormy Frolic.
Keeneland sold 284 horses on Sunday for $6,892,600, an increase of 42.2 percent over 2010 when 279 horses brought $4,845,000. Average price for the day of $24,270 rose 39.7 percent over last year’s average of $17,366. The median of $15,500 was up 29.1 percent over the $12,000 posted in 2010.
With four days of the 11-day sale remaining, Keeneland has sold 1,628 horses for $196,056,500, up 48.1 percent from last year’s gross of $132,349,800 for 1,664 horses. Average price of $120,428 increased 51.4 percent from $79,537 in 2010. Median price continued to hold strong, increasing 31.4 percent to $46,000.
Ken and Sarah Ramsey purchased Shaaraat, a three-year-old filly by Distorted Humor, for $150,000, the session’s second-highest price. Consigned by Shadwell Farm, Shaaraat is out of English stakes winner Nafisah (IRE) and a half-sister to Group 3 stakes winner Snaafy. She was sold as racing or broodmare prospect.
The November Sale continues through Thursday. Sessions begin daily at 10 a.m. ET. The entire sale is streamed live at Keeneland.com.