Liam’s Map Colt Tops Ohio Fall Mixed Sale

A yearling colt by Liam’s Map lead the proceedings at the Ohio Thoroughbred Breeders and Owners Fall Mixed Sale on Oct. 15 at the Delaware County Fairgrounds.

A total of 57 horses changed hands during the auction for revenues of $427,900, up 0.4 percent from the 2020 auction, where 61 horses brought $426,050. The average sale price rose 7 percent to $7,507 from $6,984 the previous year, while the buyback rate rose to 32 percent from 18 percent.

Lindall Racing purchased the sale-topper, a yearling Liam’s Map colt, for $35,000.

The gray or roan colt is the first foal out of the winning Action This Day mare Great Day. The dam is a half-sister to multiple Ohio-bred champion and millionaire Rivers Run Deep, while Ohio Horse of the Year Altissimo is in the extended family.

The Ohio-bred colt colt was consigned by Sheppell Thoroughbreds, agent.

Joe Cowles bought the sale’s most expensive broodmare, Be True, for $16,000.

An unraced 12-year-old daughter of Shakespeare, Be True is the dam of Group 1 Mexican Derby winner True Birthday, as well as stakes winners True Cinder and No Truer. She sold in foal to Danza, and she was consigned by Breakaway Farm.

To view the auction’s full results, click here.

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