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quarta-feira, 11 de novembro de 2020

RAPIDINHAS DO TDN

SOLID BOOK 2 OPENER AT KEENELAND

by Jessica Martini, Brian DiDonato & Christie DeBernardis

LEXINGTON, KY - The Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale=s two-session Book 2 opened Tuesday in Lexington with solid trade and a varied bench of domestic and international buyers. Bloodstock agent Arthur Hoyeau made the day=s highest bid, going to $975,000 to acquire the group-winning mare Pollara (Ire) (Camelot {GB}) from the Claiborne Farm consignment. The 5-year-old mare was one of five to sell for $500,000 or more during Tuesday=s session. Six reached that level at last year~s first Book 2 session.

In all, 197 head sold Tuesday for $27,690,000. The session average of $140,558 dipped 10% from last year~s figure and the median fell 20% to $100,000. With 84 horses reported not sold, the buy-back rate was 30%. It was 24% a year ago when 227 horses grossed $35,443,000.

 Camelot Mare Early Leader at Keeneland November Tuesday

The 5-year-old mare Pollara (Ire) (Camelot {GB}–Brooklyn’s Storm, by Storm Cat), in foal to leading sire War Front, brought a session-leading $975,000 from Ecurie de Monceaux and partners at Keeneland November Tuesday.

The 2018 G3 Prix de Royaumont heroine, a 160,000gns TATOCT yearling, was campaigned by Allen Stable, Inc. and Peter Brant.

She was produced by a half-sister to G1 Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe heroine Solemia (Ire) (Poliglote {GB}).

Roster and Stud Fees Set for Ocala Stud

Ocala Stud has set 2021 stud fees for its roster of 16 stallions for the upcoming breeding season, led by Girvin (Tale of Ekati), whose fee will be $6,000 S&N for his third year at stud. Ocala Stud will welcome new stallions in Grade I-winning millionaires Win Win Win (Hat Trick {Jpn}) and Seeking the Soul (Perfect Soul {Ire}), who will both stand for $5,000 S&N, and also new is the stakes-winning Dak Attack (Ghostzapper), whose fee will be $2,500 S&N.

Girvin saw his first foals arrive in 2020. He has covered 273 mares in his first two books–he was Florida’s most popular stallion of 2019, breeding 149 mares that season and he was bred to 124 mares in 2020.

Like Girvin, Awesome Slew (Awesome Again) welcomed first foals in 2020. He will stand for $4,000 S&N.

Tiz the Law to Return in Pegasus, Perhaps With a New Jockey

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A rarity in the modern era for a top-class 3-year-old, Tiz the Law(Constitution) will race again next year and is being pointed for the GI Pegasus World Cup on Jan. 23 at Gulfstream Park. But who will be aboard him that day? It appears the answer is not Manny Franco.

After trainer Barclay Tagg criticized Franco’s ride in the GI Breeders’ Cup Classic, Jack Knowlton, the managing partner of Sackatoga Stable, echoed those sentiments Tuesday. When asked if there would be a jockey change, Knowlton said it is under consideration.

Franco has become a top jockey on the New York circuit and has ridden Tiz the Law in all but his first start. But he is short on experience when it comes to major races. Tagg was disappointed that Franco wasn’t immediately able to get Tiz the Law off the rail in the Classic and that he didn’t go after Authentic (Into Mischief) more aggressively in the early part of the race. After breaking sharply, Tiz the Law settled into fifth before finishing sixth. The first time in his career he has finished out of the money, Tiz the Law was beaten 5 1/2 lengths.

Maximum Security to Stand for $20,000

Eclipse Champion Maximum Security (New Year’s Day–Lil Indy, by Anasheed) has been retired from racing and will stand as Coolmore’s Ashford Stud in Central Kentucky for the 2021 breeding season. His fee will be $20,000.

“Maximum Security was an exceptional racehorse and I have no doubt that he will prove very popular with breeders once they see him,” said Ashford’s Director of Sales Charlie O’Connor. “He’s an extremely impressive-looking individual.”

Named champion 3-year-old colt in 2019, Maximum Security retires with an official record of four Grade I scores, including the Florida Derby, Haskell Invitational S., Cigar Mile H., and Pacific Classic S. He was last seen finishing fifth behind stablemate Authentic (Into Mischief) in Saturday’s GI Breeders’ Cup Classic, the only time in his career he had crossed the wire worse than second. As has been well documented, Maximum Security was disqualified to 17th for interference after crossing the finish line first while undefeated in the 2019 GI Kentucky Derby. In addition, $10 million in prize money from his win in the Feb. 29 Saudi Cup is being withheld pending the outcome of charges against his then-trainer, Jason Servis, who was indicted for using performance-enhancing drugs. Maximum Security was moved to the barn of Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert after the Saudi trip to register wins in the Pacific Classic and GII San Diego H.