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albatroz bloodstock agency, Inc.

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sábado, 19 de setembro de 2020

RAPIDINHAS DO TDN

 BUSINESSLIKE BOOK 3 OPENER AT KEENELAND FRIDAY

by Jessica Martini

LEXINGTON, KY - The Keeneland September Yearling Sale opened its two-session Book 3 with a day of solid trade Friday in Lexington, with bloodstock agent Mike Ryan making the day's highest bid of $625,000 to acquire a colt by red-hot sire Into Mischief (hip 1614).

In all, 200 yearlings grossed $21,803,500 during the session for an average of $109,018 and a median of $85,000. With 134 horses reported not sold, the buy-back rate remained elevated at 40.12%. The auction's cumulative buy-back rate stands at 39.72%.

Last year's first Book 3 session produced a $1-millon topper and 10 lots brought $500,000 or over. Friday's top lot was the only to top that mark. In all, 234 yearlings sold in the 2019 auction's fifth session for a total of $44,726,000. The average was $191,137 and the median was $160,000.

NOVEMBER AUCTION ANTICIPATED FOR
ZAYAT HORSES UNDER RECEIVERSHIP

by T. D. Thornton

Attorneys representing MGG Investment Group, LP, which is the plaintiff in a $24.5-million Kentucky civil lawsuit alleging fraud and loan defaults against Ahmed Zayat and his family's Zayat Stables, LLC, disclosed in a legal document filed Sept. 18 that the court-appointed receiver in that case intends to hold a November auction to sell off horses that are being held as collateral against the unpaid debts.

News about this anticipated November auction was made public in the form of a letter dated Friday and filed in United States Bankruptcy Court, District of New Jersey (Newark) by MGG's counsel. Cont. p12

TODAY’S GRADED STAKES

EST Race

8:40a Dubai International Airport World Trophy S.-G3, NBY 
9:50a Dubai Duty Free Legacy Cup S.-G3, NBY 
10:05a Scotty Brand Firth of Clyde Fillies’ S.-G3, AYR 
10:25a Dubai Duty Free Mill Reef S.-G2, NBY
11:55a Denny Cordell Lavarack & Lanwades Stud Fillies S.-G3, GOW 3:04p Belmont Oaks Invitational S.-GI, BEL
4:27p Singspiel S.-GIII, WO 
5:39p Ricoh Woodbine Mile S.-GI, WO

CASSE HAS THREE CHANCES TO WIN THIRD WOODBINE MILE

Mark Casse has a strong chance to take home his third GI Ricoh Woodbine Mile with a trio of contenders set to line up for Saturday'"Win and You're In" event for the GI Breeders' Cup Mile.

Gary Barber'War of Will (War Front) tries to secure a Grade I double here off a win in Keeneland's GI Maker's Mark Mile S. July 10. Winner of the GIII LeComte S., GII Risen Star S. and GI Preakness S. last season, the bay capped his sophomore term with a ninth in the GI Breeders' Cup Classic Nov. 2. Returned to the turf for the first time since his 2-year-old campaign, he finished fifth in the GI Shoemaker Mile May 25, but was disqualified and placed fifth for interference. War of Will made amends last time, getting up in time for a nose success in the Maker's Mark Mile.

ANTOINETTE HEADLINES BELMONT OAKS

Godolphin=Antoinette (Hard Spun) tops a five-horse field in this year=s renewal of the GI Belmont Oaks Saturday. Winner of an off-the-turf version of the Tepin S. last year, the bay was third in both the GII Fair Grounds Oaks Mar. 21 and the Gardenia S. at Oaklawn May 1. Third again in what is traditionally the local prep for this event, the GIII Wonder Again S. June 20, she completed the trifecta in the GI CCA Oaks July 18. Antoinette returned to the winner=s circle last time with a front-running victory in the Saratoga Oaks Aug. 16.

A pair of European invaders will take their shot at the likely favorite in Magic Attitude (GB) (Galileo {Ire}) and Neige Blanche (Fr) (Anodin {Ire}). Victorious in the G3 Prix Vanteaux in May, she was privately purchased by Roy and Gretchen Jackson's Lael Stables and was second in her first start for them in the G1 Prix Saint Alary June 14. Magic Attitude was fifth in her final European start in the G1 Prix de Diane July 5 for trainer Fabrice Chappet and was transferred to Arnaud Delacour. She receives Lasix in this first start for her new barn.

Winning two of her three starts as a juvenile in France last year, Neige Blanche was fourth in her sophomore bow Feb. 22 and was third in the Prix Caravelle May 11. She captured the G3 Prix Cleopatre June 6, after which she was privately purchased by these connections and sent stateside to Leonard Powell.

Rounding out the field are Setting the Mood (Lea), most recently a head second going 1 3/8 miles at Saratoga Aug. 26; and Key Biscayne (Brethren), who was third in the Saratoga Oaks.

MR. BIG NEWS TUNES UP FOR PREAKNESS

Third-place GI Kentucky Derby finisher Mr. Big News (Giant's Causeway) geared up for Pimlico's Oct. 3 GI Preakness S. with a half-mile breeze in :48 4/5 (22/76) Friday at Churchill Downs. Regular exercise rider Tony Quinones was in irons.