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RAPIDINHAS DO TDN

THE STARS COME OUT AT FASIG-TIPTON

by Jessica Martini, Brian DiDonato, and Christie DeBernardis

LEXINGTON, KY - A dazzling array of race fillies proved demand for high-quality bloodstock remains high during a frenetic renewal of the Fasig-Tipton November Sale at Newtown Paddocks Sunday. Champion Monomoy Girl (Tapizar), who captured her second GI Longines BreedersCup Distaff Saturday, topped the sale when bringing a final bid of $9.5 million from

B. Wayne Hughes's Spendthrift Farm. The 5-year-old mare, who will return to training with Brad Cox, spearheaded a remarkable night of bidding for the Spendthrift team, which purchased
12 horses for $25,030,000.

"It was a remarkable evening," said Fasig-Tipton President Boyd Browning Sunday night. "I think if I would have told someone six months ago when our world kind of changed, or six weeks ago, or six days ago, or even yesterday that we were going to sell $80 million worth of horses tonight and 22 horses for a million dollars or more, they probably would have said I was delusional. But the success of the sale this evening was built upon having a tremendous catalogue of quality horses. It=s as simple as that. It really does begin and end with the quality of the horses who were entrusted to us for this catalogue. It was a spectacular catalogue."

Fasig-Tipton sold 142 horses Sunday for a total of $80,237,000. The average was $565,049 and the median was $200,000. With 69 horses reported not sold, the buy-back rate was 32.7%. Cont. p3

MGISW Bast Sells to Spendthrift for $4.2M

Three-time Grade I winner Bast (Uncle Mo–Laffina, by Arch) was a hot-ticket item on a superstar-laden Fasig-Tipton November ‘Night of the Stars’ Sunday. Selling in foal to Justify as hip 245 for consignor Hill ‘n’ Dale Sales Agency, the Bob Baffert pupil hammered for $4.2 million to Spendthrift Farm, who made their fourth seven-figure mare purchase of the night. Annexing a trio of top-level events in the Del Mar Debutante S., Chandelier S. and Starlet S. at two, Bast started her 3-year-old campaign with a score in the GII Santa Ynez S. before heading to the sidelines. Her dam sold for $1.9 million at the same auction a year ago.

Brant Goes to $4.1M for Champion Uni at FTKNOV

Champion Uni (GB) (More Than Ready–Unaided, by Dansili {GB}) made another big splash during Fasig-Tipton November’s ‘Night of the Stars’ Sunday when selling for $4.1 million to Peter Brant. The chestnut, a stakes winner in both America and France as a sophomore, scored her first top-level triumph in the 2018 GI Matriarch S. and picked up tallies in the GI Breeders’ Cup Mile and GI First Lady S. last season to earn champion turf female honors. She defended her First Lady crown this fall and was fifth while attempting for back-to-back Mile victories Saturday at Keeneland. Selling as hip 228 for consignor ELiTE Sales, Uni banked over $2.6 million while winning 11 of her 22 career outings.

Rushing Fall Keeps FTKNOV Fireworks Rolling, Hammers to Coolmore for $5.5M

Six-time Grade I winner Rushing Fall (More Than Ready–Autumnal, by Forestry) sparked a bidding war at Newtown Paddocks Sunday night and hammered to Jamie McCalmont, agent for M.V. Magnier, for $5.5 million at Fasig-Tipton November’s ‘Night of the Stars’. A ‘TDN Rising Star’, the e Five Racing Thoroughbreds colorbearer established herself with a GI Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf score in 2017 and added top-level conquests of the Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Cup S., Jenny Wiley S. (twice), Just A Game S. and Diana S. over the past three seasons for Chad Brown. An 11-time winner in 15 career starts, she was a close runner-up in Saturday’s GI Maker’s Mark Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf and has banked over $2.8 million. She sold as hip 205 for consignor Indian Creek.

Spendthrift Continues FTKNOV Buying Spree, Picks Up She’s a Julie for $3M

Dual Grade I winner She’s a Julie (Elusive Quality–Kydd Gloves, by Dubai Millenium {GB}) held her own during a star-studded run of mares at Fasig-Tipton November Sunday when selling for $3 million to Spendthrift Farm, who also bought Monomoy Girl (Tapizar) and Got Stormy (Get Stormy) earlier in the sale. Originally sold for $160,000 at KEESEP, the bay took a pair of Grade III events as a 3-year-old and added the GI La Troienne S. last spring before annexing the GI Ogden Phipps S. this year. The millionaire sold as hip 208 for consignor Denali Stud.

Monomoy Girl to Return to Cox for 6-Year-Old Campaign After Selling to Spendthrift

Monomoy Girl (Tapizar), who sold to Spendthrift Farm for a whopping $9.5 million Sunday at Fasig-Tipton November, will stay in training and return to trainer Brad Cox as a 6-year-old in 2021, Spendthrift general manager Ned Toffey reported. Toffey also said that the same would be true for Got Stormy (Get Stormy), who the farm bought for $2.75 million earlier in the evening and will return to conditioner Mark Casse to race as a 6-year-old. See tonight’s TDN for more.

Midnight Bisou Hammers for $5M at FTKNOV As Co-Owner Allen Buys Out Other Partners

Superstar and champion Midnight Bisou (Midnight Lute–Diva Delite, by Repent) was a predictably popular item at the Fasig-Tipton November ‘Night of the Stars’ Sunday, but in the end she’ll go to a familiar face, as Chuck Allen, partner on the mare during her racing career, bought out the other partners and brought the hammer down at $5 million. The 5-year-old sold as hip 185, consigned by ELiTE Sales. A five-time graded stakes winner and dual Grade I winner as a sophomore, the $80,000 OBS April buy earned a runaway divisional championship at four with a remarkable seven graded stakes tallies and four top-level successes. She added the GII Fleur de Lis S. and was runner-up in the $20-million Saudi Cup this term before being retired while prepping for the Breeders’ Cup. She had 13 wins, all in graded stakes, from 22 outings, never finished out of the money and is the highest-earning U.S. dirt mare in history with $7,516,520 in the bank.

Breeders’ Cup Contenders Arrive at WinStar Farm

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LEXINGTON,KY– Just over 12 hours after the trio’s contention for the GI Breeders’ Cup Classic, Improbable (City Zip), Global Campaign (Curlin) and Tom’s d’Etat (Smart Strike) made the short trip from Keeneland to WinStar Farm, where they will soon take up stud duty for the 2021 breeding season.

“We’re really excited with Improbable, Global Campaign and Tom’s d’Etat coming to the stallion barn,” said WinStar’s Elliott Walden. “They all look good-their color was good, they didn’t look too drawn up and they got off the van and acted like they’d been here their whole life.”

One member of the trio-Global Campaign-may not yet be done with his racetrack career, as Walden hinted he could be pointed for the January 23 $3 million GI Pegasus World Cup at Gulfstream Park.

Vekoma Retired, to Stand for $20K at Spendthrift

Multiple Grade I-winning millionaire Vekoma (Candy Ride {Arg}–Mona de Momma, by Speightstown) has been retired from racing and arrived at B. Wayne Hughes’ Spendthrift Farm where the 4-year-old will take up stud duty in 2021. His fee has been set at $20,000 S&N.

This year’s impressive winner of the GI Carter H. and GI Runhappy Metropolitan H., Vekoma was scratched as the morning-line favorite in Saturday’s GI Breeders’ Cup Sprint after spiking a fever upon arrival at Keeneland. He will be given a few days to settle in at Spendthrift before being available for inspection.

“Precocious, brilliantly fast, carried his speed around two turns–you name it, Vekoma could do it,” said Ned Toffey, Spendthrift general manager. “On top of that, he is a Grade I winner by a Grade I winner and out of a Grade I winner, so he’s truly a rare package in the breeding world. You won’t find a more brilliant or better-bred son of Candy Ride. We are extremely excited about his future at stud and look forward to showing him off to breeders after he’s been allowed a few days to settle in here … Any time a horse as good and as deserving as Vekoma does not get the opportunity to run in the Breeders’ Cup, you are obviously disappointed for the horse and for the connections. There’s so much hard work that gets put in. Ultimately, you have to credit George Weaver and his team for having an incredible season and always doing right by Vekoma through some hard luck at the end.”

Keeneland November Sale Starts Monday

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LEXINGTON, KY – The action moves from the racetrack to the sales ring at Keeneland Monday with the first session of the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale. The 10-day auction kicks off with a single select Book 1 section that begins at noon and continues through Nov. 18 with subsequent sessions beginning at 10 a.m.

“I think the sale will be good,” Marshall Taylor of Taylor Made Sales Agency said on an unseasonably warm November morning at the Keeneland sales grounds Sunday. “We have a lot of good horses and there are a lot of good horses on the sales grounds this year. I am hoping the momentum from the September sale and the yearling sales will carry over into November and things will keep getting better.”

Keeneland played host to the two-day Breeders’ Cup championships for the second time over the weekend and Taylor agreed the championship meet provided extra excitement heading into the sale.