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The FT July Selected Horses of All Ages catalog is now online

Fasig-Tipton has cataloged 183 main catalog entries for its July Select Horses of All Ages sale, which will be held Monday, July 11 at the Newtown Paddocks in Lexington, starting at 3 p.m.

The catalog, which includes both racing-age and breeding horses, will continue to grow as Fasig-Tipton accepts additional approved entries up to the time of sale.

Since 2013, 67 entry winners have been produced by July horse racing sales, along with 28% entry horses and over $63 million in revenue from over 11,000 starts.

Features of this year’s catalog cover Cross-border , fast boat , Without fear , Jalen Travel , Stilleto Boy and Summer in Saratoga all ranked winners since last year’s auction.

Among the breeding offers are potential broodmares and mares in foal to proven and exciting young bulls. Brood mares sold with foot foals are also part of this group.

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“This year’s sale offers a strong catalog in numbers and quality,” said Fasig-Tipton President and CEO Boyd Browning Jr. run, which will appeal to stables looking to acquire horses to run racehorses ahead of the lucrative summer race meetings.A select group of breeding stock offerings also adds another level of interest to the sale this year.

Entries can now be viewed in Fasig-Tipton’s improved and user-friendly online catalog. The catalog offers actively updated pedigrees, race replays, statistical links, Ragozin speed figures, as well as past performance from Daily Racing Form and Thoroughmanager.

Prospective buyers can also sign up for email alerts to receive updates on pedigree and race records, as well as notifications of new sale entries as they arise. accepted.

The July Selected Horses of All Ages catalog will also be available through the Equineline sales catalog app. Printed catalogs will be available on the sales floor at the time of the sale.

During the 2021 edition of the sale, ELiTE recorded the winner of the bids Front Run the Fed to be the top-selling racing stallion/prospect after making $440,000 to buyer George Sharp. During the breeding sale, a winning daughter of Prince of Cairo , princess with jewels presented by Gainesway, paved the way for $225,000 selling at Stoneriggs Farm, sold out at gun runner .

After the sale of selected horses of all ages, the one-day session of the July sale will take place on July 12, with 302 cataloged yearlings ready to go through the ring.