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terça-feira, 10 de novembro de 2020

RAPIDINHAS DO TDN

 Best Buys Top Two During KEENOV Book 1

by Brian DiDonato, Jessica Martini & Christie DeBernardis

LEXINGTON, KY–OXO Equine’s Larry Best took home the top two lots Monday during the lone Book 1 session of the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale. Early in the day he went to $1.9 million for Indian Miss (Indian Charlie) (hip 32), the dam of champion sprinter Mitole (Eskendereya) and last Friday’s GI Breeders’ Cup Juvenile runner-up Hot Rod Charlie (Oxbow), in foal to Into Mischief and from the Hill ‘n’ Dale consignment; and towards the end of the session he paid $1.95 million for GISW turfer Concrete Rose (Twirling Candy), offered as hip 216 by Lane’s End on behalf of Ashbrook Farm and BBN Racing.

With a smaller Book 1 catalog and overall sale compared to last year, 128 head changed hands Monday for $49,775,000 in gross receipts–last year’s Book 1 gross was $70,449,500 from 163 sold. The average was $388,867 (down 10% from $432,206 12 months ago), and median was $280,000 (down 6.7%). The RNA rate was 27.68% compared to 24.54% for 2019’s Book 1 session.

Best Goes To $1.95M for GISW Concrete Rose

Larry Best continued his spending spree during the early stages of breeding stock sales season, going to a session-leading $1.95 million to secure 2019 GI Belmont Oaks Invitational S. winner Concrete Rose (Twirling Candy) at Keeneland November Monday. The 4-year-old filly, a daughter of GI Humana Distaff S. runner-up Temple Street (Street Cry {Ire}), was consigned to the sale by Lane’s End as agent for Ashbrook Farm and BBN Racing as hip 216 and took Best’s purchases Monday to four horses for gross receipts of $4.54 million. Best also signed for four horses Sunday night at Fasig-Tipton for $2.45 million. Concrete Rose, trained by Rusty Arnold for the aforementioned partnership, won her first two career starts, including Keeneland’s GII Jessamine S. and suffered her lone defeat to date when eighth in the GI Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf. She ran the table in four starts as a sophomore, winning the GIII Florida Oaks and GIII Edgewood S. ahead of the Belmont Oaks. Concrete Rose, who was offered as a racing/broodmare prospect, was last seen rolling home in the Saratoga Oaks in August 2019.

War of Will Retired, to Stand for $25,000 at Claiborne

Classic winner and dual-surface multiple Grade I winner War of Will (War Front–Visions of Clarity {Ire}, by Sadler’s Wells) has been officially retired and arrived at the Hancock family’s Claiborne Farm near Paris, Ky., Monday morning to prepare for the 2021 breeding season. War of Will will stand for $25,000 live foal, stands and nurses.

Trained by Mark Casse for Gary Barber, War of Will burst onto the Triple Crown trail last year with consecutive wins in the GIII LeComte S. and the GII Risen Star S. before capturing the GI Preakness S. Switched to the lawn this year, he added the GI Maker’s Mark Mile S. at Keeneland, a victory that put the versatile bay in rarified air with Grade I victories on both the dirt and turf. War of Will also placed in the GI Ricoh Woodbine Mile S. this year, the GI Pennsylvania Derby last year, and the GI Summer S. at two. Last seen off the board in Saturday’s GI Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile, he retires with a record of 18-5-1-3 and earnings of $1,881,803.

War of Will, who is out of a half-sister to European champion, Breeders’ Cup winner, and sire Spinning World (Nureyev), will be available for inspection by breeders Wednesday, Nov. 11.