Malibu Moon Filly Tops Final Session Of OBS Winter Mixed Sale

Hip No. 745, a daughter of Malibu Moon consigned by Summerfield (Francis & Barbara Vanlangendonck), Agent, went to Patrice Miller, EQB, Inc., Agent, for $150,000 to top the Open Session of the Ocala Breeders’ Sales Company’s 2018 Winter Mixed Sale. The bay yearling filly is out of graded stakes winner Yara, by Put It Back.

For the Open session, 202 horses sold for a total of $1,630,900 compared with 178 horses bringing $695,700 in 2017. The average price rose to $8,074 compared with $3,908 last year, while the median price was $3,500 compared with $2,000 a year ago. The buyback percentage was 26 percent; it was 39 percent in 2017.

The overall sale topper was Hip No. 30, a yearling daughter of Violence consigned by Gem Racing, Inc., sold for $200,000 to SBM, Agent for East Hickman Racing. The dark bay or brown filly is out of stakes winner Carphonic, by Lion Heart.

For the Consignor Preferred session, 149 horses sold for a total of $3,599,200, compared with 91 horses grossing $1,586,000 in 2017. The average price was $24,156, up 39 percent compared with $17,429 a year ago, while the median price rose to $12,000 compared with $10,000 last year. The buyback percentage was 29 percent; it was 43.5% last year.

At the Horses of Racing Age session, 56 horses grossed $874,500 compared with 57 selling for a total of $656,000 in 2017. The average was $15,616, up 36 percent from $11,509 a year ago, while the median price was $9,000 compared to $8,000 last year. The buyback percentage was 11 percent; it was 12 percent in 2017.

For the entire Winter Mixed Sale, 407 horses sold for a total of $6,104,600, compared to 326 horses bringing $2,937,700 last year. The average was $14,999, compared with $9,011 in 2017 while the median price was $6,000 compared with $4,350 a year ago. The buyback percentage was 25 percent, it was 37 percent in 2017. Seven horses brought $100,000 or more compared with one last year.

Hip No. 575, a yearling son of Commissioner also consigned by Summerfield, was purchased for $60,000 by First Finds. The bay colt is out of stakes winner Lunarlady, by Yes It’s True, a half sister to graded stakes winners Astrology and Lunarpal.

Sarah Sharp paid $60,000 for Hip No. 675, a bay yearling filly by Tapiture consigned by Pelican State Thoroughbreds, Agent. A half sister to recently stakes placed Girl’s Life, she’s out of Saucey Officer, by Officer, a half sister to graded stakes placed stakes winner Daniel My Brother.

Summerfield was also the consignor of Hip No. 564, a yearling bay colt by OBS graduate The Big Beast, purchased by Calumet Farm for $51,000. He’s out of Lets Dance Charlie, by Indian Charlie, a half sister to graded stakes placed Join in the Dance.

 

To view the sale entries, click here

To view the sale results, click here

The post Malibu Moon Filly Tops Final Session Of OBS Winter Mixed Sale appeared first on Horse Racing News | Paulick Report.

DYFD Winter - 300x90

Comments are closed.