$750,000 Seller Marquee Miss Leads Tuesday at Keeneland November Sale

Multiple stakes winner Marquee Miss, a half-sister to 2018 Grade 1 winner Promises Fulfilled, sold to WinStar Farm for $750,000 and led a strong day of commerce on Tuesday at the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale.

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On Tuesday, the first day of the two-session Book 2, Keeneland sold 223 horses for $34,942,000 for an average of $156,691 and a median of $125,000. There are no comparable figures from last year.

“The bidding today was very strong and consistent,” Keeneland Director of Sales Operations Geoffrey Russell said. “There was good domestic involvement at the top end, and we still had a fair amount of international buyers, especially from Japan and Australia. The foals sold very well, especially considering we had a lot of end-users ending up with the top prices. It was good to see Marquee Miss, a good race mare, sell. She’s a beautiful mare, and going to WinStar she should be very well looked after and bred to the best stallions in the world.

“Bidding on foals was very competitive and at times quite aggressive,” Russell added. “The weanling market has been very strong the past couple of years. Our breeders are pretty savvy. They know they have to bring a good quality foal. The ones that are here, as they say, ‘tick all the boxes.’ That gives buyers confidence.”

Through the first two days of the November Sale, 343 horses have sold for $91,371,000 for an average of $266,388 and a median of $180,000.

Lane’s End, agent, consigned Marquee Miss, a 5-year-old daughter of Cowboy Cal out of the graded stakes-placed Marquetry mare Marquee Delivery. WinStar President, CEO and Racing Manager Elliott Walden said Marquee Miss, cataloged as a racing or broodmare prospect, would be retired from racing but breeding plans were undetermined.

“She’s a beautiful mare, and we love Promises Fulfilled,” Walden said, referring to the Shackleford colt who won Keeneland’s Stoll Keenon Ogden Phoenix (G2) in October. “We have a lot of respect for him. The price was a little more that we wanted to spend, but she is the one we wanted today.”

WinStar was the leading buyer Tuesday, spending $1,170,000 for three horses.

The appeal of champion Lady Eli, who sold for $4.2 million on opening day of the November Sale, continued Tuesday when Larry Best’s OXO Equine paid $600,000 for the day’s top-priced weanling, a colt by Nyquist out of Lady Eli’s half-sister Holy Place.

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The weanling, also consigned by Lane’s End, agent, is from the first crop of Nyquist, who won the 2015 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (G1) at Keeneland to close his juvenile championship campaign and captured the 2016 Kentucky Derby (G1). The colt’s dam, the Pulpit mare Holy Place, also is a half-sister to Grade 3 winner Bizzy Caroline.

“This colt is a bet on good breeding,” said Best, who later purchased a Quality Road weanling colt for $525,000. “I love Lady Eli. I like Uncle Mo and (his son) Nyquist. He has good conformation and is the right size for his foaling date. Given how he stood out on this day and at this time, I thought he was going to go for somewhere between $450,000 and $600,000. (He) was one of the better ones in the sale today, so I feel fortunate.”

The Quality Road colt Best acquired is from the family of Grade 1 winners Paulassilverlining and Dads Caps. Consigned by Bedouin Bloodstock, agent, he is out of the High Cotton mare Tanasi.

Lane’s End was the session’s leading consignor, selling 33 horses for $7,260,000.

Two broodmares sold for $550,000 apiece.

Hinkle Farms purchased the first, Remembered, dam of 2018 Grade 1 winner Bowies Hero, in foal to Gun Runner. Consigned by Pope McLean (Crestwood Farm), agent, she is out of the Conquistador Cielo mare Sister Girl and from the family of Grade 1 winner Sharp Azteca and Grade 3 winner Firing Line.

“She’s a lovely mare. She’s going to be 9, and she’s already a Grade 1 stakes producer,” Tom Hinkle said. “We actually have some of the family already. We own the dam of Sharp Azteca (So Sharp), so we like the family. (She stood out) because she is a proven producer. We had a good (Keeneland) September (Yearling) Sale, and we are always trying to upgrade the quality of our broodmare band.”

The second mare to sell for $550,000 was 2010 Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare Turf (G1) winner Shared Account, acquired by Ontario’s Sam-Son Farm (J. Wigan, agent). In foal to Mastery, the 12-year-old daughter of Pleasantly Perfect is the dam of 2018 stakes winner Riley’s Choice. She was consigned by Upson Downs Farm, agent.

“We (don’t have breeding plans because) we have been trying so hard to get a mare that we did not know what we were going to get,” Sam-Son Broodmare and Stallion Manager Dave Whitford said. “Her price is fair market value. She is in foal to an unproven stallion so we thought we might get her for a little less.”

“It is hard to sell a Breeders’ Cup winner but you have to refocus,” Alex Rankin of Upson Downs said. “She was well sold and well bought so we are pleased. There was (a reserve) because she has that kind of value to us.”

Pacific Union Bloodstock paid $500,000 for a weanling colt by Into Mischief out of Nest Egg, by Eskendereya. Consigned by St. George Sales, agent, the colt is from the family of multiple Group 1 winner and Irish and Italian highweight Muhtarram and graded stakes winners Profit Column and Final Round.

The November Sale continues through Friday, Nov. 16, with all sessions beginning at 10 a.m. The entire sale is streamed live at Keeneland.com.

Champion Lady Eli Sells for $4.2 Million, My Miss Sophia Brings $4 Million to Top Opening Day of Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale

Champion and five-time Grade 1 winner Lady Eli and Grade 2 winner My Miss Sophia, both in foal to leading sire War Front, were among eight horses to bring $1 million or more during a robust day of trade to open Keeneland’s 2018 November Breeding Stock Sale.

Monday’s session featured an exclusive Book 1 with graded stakes-winning fillies and mares and exceptional weanlings cataloged. Keeneland sold 120 horses for $56,429,000 for an average of $470,242 and a median of $350,000. There are no comparable figures from Book 1 of the 2017 November Sale, which covered the auction’s first two sessions.

“It was a day of good, solid trade,” Keeneland Vice President of Racing and Sales Bob Elliston said. “We modified the format of Book 1 from last year and sold 25 more horses today than we did last year when we had a two-day Book 1. The weanling market was very strong, so we are pleased with how the sale is getting started. There is continued strength in the domestic market for high-quality offerings. The Yoshida family from Japan participated in a big way and we appreciate much how they support us.”

Katsumi Yoshida was the day’s leading buyer, purchasing four horses for $4,475,000. His brother Teruya, in the name of his Shadai Farm, was the session’s fifth-leading buyer, spending $2 million for two horses.

“Across the board there was real strength that will provide momentum for the sale moving forward,” Elliston said. “There is tremendous quality in Book 2 and Book 3 with exceptional updates that have occurred in late summer and early fall. A lot of folks are looking to fill their orders, so there is going to be strong demand for quality offerings.”

John Sikura’s Hill ‘n’ Dale both consigned and purchased Lady Eli, a 6-year-old daughter of Divine Park regarded as one of the all-time leading turf distaffers in North America. Lady Eli has resided at Hill ‘n’ Dale since her last start, the 2017 Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare Turf (G1) at Del Mar for owner Sheep Pond Partners.

“We’re thrilled to add her to our broodmare band,” Sikura said. “We keep trying to add elite-quality mares and keep up the competition and look to the future. She is a mare that is really everything one could ask for. It’s a lot of money for a horse, but she was an extremely good value.

“She’s indomitable,” Sikura added. “She knows she’s special and commands your respect. We want to keep accumulating elite mares so we can sell elite commercial yearlings. This is a good place to start when you buy champions.”

Hill ‘n’ Dale ranked as the day’s leading consignor, selling 10 horses for $8,980,000, including three of the day’s top-priced horses.

Among those watching Lady Eli sell was trainer Chad Brown, for whom she recovered from a bout of laminitis during her career to continue racing at the highest levels, compiling a record of 10 wins and three seconds in 14 starts for earnings of $2,959,800.

“I was so pleased when I went to see her this morning and to see how magnificent they have her looking, to see the care and affection the staff has for her,” Brown said. “For her to go back to the farm that has been taking care of her this way is a huge relief for me personally. A bonus is that I can come see her when I am in Kentucky, and I come to Kentucky a lot.

“I can see she has mellowed out,” Brown continued. “It puts me at rest and it is a conclusion to a great story. I will be looking for her offspring. That is another bonus that a commercial breeder bought her and I will be able to buy her offspring.”

Steven W. Young, agent, paid $4 million for Grade 2 winner My Miss Sophia from the consignment of Lane’s End, agent. By Unbridled’s Song, the 7-year-old daughter of Unbridled’s Song is a half-sister to Florida Derby (G1) Materiality.

“She is a great mare,” Young said. “I was around her for most of her career. She was good for (trainer) Todd (Pletcher); she was good for (trainer) Bill Mott. We thought she was the best horse selling in November. She wasn’t cheap, but that’s about what I thought she’d bring.”

Katsumi Yoshida spent $2.2 million for Tiffany’s Honour, a 7-year-old mare out of 2007 Kentucky Broodmare of the Year Better Than Honour and a half-sister to champion and Belmont (G1) winner Rags to Riches and Belmont winner Jazil. Consigned by Lane’s End, agent, she was sold in foal to Medaglia d’Oro.

“It has been a great day for us,” said Allaire Ryan, Sales Director for Lane’s End. “There is plenty of depth for the mares at the top. We are glad we are being rewarded. This mare is particularly attractive because she is young and has a deep female family. She has a fantastic Tapit colt back at the farm, and her War Front colt sold for $1.1 million here in September.”

Key To My Heart (IRE), a 4-year-old daughter of Galileo (IRE) in foal to War Front, sold to Summer Wind Equine for $1.75 million. Eaton Sales, agent, consigned the mare, whose dam is the Grade 1-winning Bernardini mare A Z Warrior, a half-sister to Grade 2 winner Jojo Warrior, Grade 3 winner E Z Warrior and stakes winner J Z Warrior.

“I’m expanding a little bit into some European bloodlines,” Summer Wind’s Jane Lyon said. “I was excited about the family and (her) being in foal to War Front for her first foal. We’re excited to have her. If (the foal she is carrying is) a girl, she might have to stay home (instead of being sold).”

Claiborne Farm, agent, paid $1.5 million for Stays in Vegas, a Grade 3-winning daughter of City Zip in foal to War Front. Out of Double Jackpot, by Broken Vow, the 5-year-old mare is from the family of champion Heavenly Prize. She was consigned by James B. Keogh (Grovendale), agent.

Teruya Yoshida’s Shadai Farm of Japan paid $1.25 million for Grade 1 winner Zipessa, in foal to Medaglia d’Oro. St. George Sales, agent, consigned the 6-year-old City Zip mare who is out of Precious Princess, by Horse Chestnut (SAF).

“The market is strong across the board,” said Archie St. George. “Very competitive in this book.”

Town & Country Horse Farms went to $1.125 million to acquire Group 3 winner Pretty Perfect (IRE), a 5-year-old daughter of Galileo in foal to War Front consigned by Eaton Sales, agent. Out of the winning Danehill mare Milanova, Pretty Perfect is from the family of French highweight and Group 1 winner Holy Roman Emperor.

“(Town & Country owner) Mrs. (Kiki) Courtelis really wanted a Galileo mare,” Town & Country President Shannon Potter said. “She really likes that bloodline of Danehill, and we need to get some more stamina in our broodmare band. Our goal for the November Sale was to try to add to the top in quality. (Pretty Perfect) was exactly what we were looking for. She could run. (She was a) graded stakes horse in foal to War Front and we love War Front. The fact she was in foal to him played into the price – we stretched.”

Galileo’s Song (IRE), a 5-year-old graded stakes-placed daughter of Galileo in foal to Curlin, sold to Japan’s Shimokobe Farm/Polo Green Stable, agent, for $1 million.

Hill ‘n’ Dale Sales Agency, agent, consigned Galileo’s Song, who is out of the Storm Cat mare Song to Remember and a half-sister to Grade 1 winner Magnificent Song.

“Galileo is very successful in Japan, so why not?,” Yukio Shimokobe said about the purchase. “(Covering sire) Curlin is a proven stallion so everything in the catalog is perfect on this horse. I saw her for the very first time this morning. We will bring her back to Japan and breed her to a good stallion like Deep Impact.”

Fillies by Tapit were the day’s top-priced weanlings.

Eaton Sales, agent, sold a Tapit weanling filly who is the first foal of champion La Verdad, by Yes It’s True, to Whisper Hill Farm and Three Chimneys Farm for $800,000. She was among the six horses supplemented to Book 1.

“She is very correct and a good average size,” Mandy Pope of Whisper Hill said. “I’ve watched La Verdad run in New York – against me sometimes – and I’ve always admired her. So very thankful to be able to get her (filly). We bought her to race.”

At $750,000, the session’s second high-selling weanling is a daughter of Tapit who is a half-sister to champion Arrogate, winner of the 2016 Breeders’ Cup Classic (G1) and 2017 Pegasus World Cup Invitational (G1) and Dubai World Cup (G1) who earned a North American record $17,422,600. Clearsky Farms, who bred the filly with Hill ‘n’ Dale Equine Holdings, purchased her from Hill ‘n’ Dale Sales Agency, agent, with Rac 04 Racing.

The filly is out of the stakes-winning Distorted Humor mare Bubbler.

“We are not sure (if we will keep her or resell her),” Clearsky’s Bernard Cleary said. “We’ll make that decision at a later time. I’m not that surprised (by the price we paid for her) because at the end of the day she’s a half-sister to one of the better horses we’ve seen in recent times and even as a broodmare she’s got some residual value. (Bubbler) gives her foals a lot of balance and they’ve got good minds as well. We’ve been really happy with pretty much everything she’s produced so far.”

Clearsky bred Arrogate, who sold to Juddmonte Farms for $560,000 at Keeneland’s 2014 September Yearling Sale.

The November Sale continues through Friday, Nov. 16, with all sessions beginning at 10 a.m. Tuesday marks the start of the two-day Book 2. The entire sale is streamed live at Keeneland.com.

GRADE 1 WINNER RALIS TO STAND STUD 2019 – CANMOR FARMS

by Grant Watson, President CTHS BC

The CTHS board of directors is pleased to announce the addition of Ralis to the stallion base in British Columbia. The Grade 1 winning son of Square Eddie will be standing the 2019 breeding season at Canmor Farms for a fee of $2000. Ralis is owned by the members of the BC division of the CTHS for the benefit of all members. The stallion is managed by a group of 3 CTHS members with the skill sets needed to ensure Ralis will be a benefit to all our members. These 3 members operate as The Ralis Group.

The Ralis Group operates independently from the CTHS board of directors. The management group consists of Grant Watson, Dave Bennington and David Pihl. Grant Watson, (CTHSBC president) manages the everyday operations. Dave Bennington, (CTHSBC finance chair) handles all financial matters. David Pihl, (CTHSBC legal advisor) handles all legal matters.

Ralis the stallion, was purchased and donated to the CTHSBC division by Mr. Glen Todd. Glen’s generous gift will be used to expand the bloodline base in BC and hopefully encourage those breeders who told us that we needed new stallions in BC to start breeding again. Ralis should also encourage some breeders who ship to bred to remain in BC. Ralis currently is the only Grade 1 winning stallion in BC.

Like all ventures there are supporters and detractors. It has been brought to our attention that some CTHS members are circulating rumours about the stallion, Canmor Farms and the CTHS board of directors that are false. Like most gossip and social media, the truth is out there if people are interested in hearing it. The easiest way is to call our office or myself and simply ask. I usually avoid responding to these types of comments publicly, but I have been asked to inform our membership about Ralis and why we are standing a stallion.

In 2016, our board of directors put together a list of items for discussion with our industry partners that we felt we important to BC breeders. One of these items was to improve and expand our stallion base. We were hopeful that someone would acquire a stallion to bring to BC. The CTHS was not looking to purchase a stallion but we were supportive of an incentive for someone to acquire a stallion to stand in BC. We were informed there was more than one group looking to invest in bringing a stallion to BC. In the end none of the groups followed through and no new stallions located to BC.

In early 2017, Glen offered to purchase a stallion and donate it to the CTHS. Any money earned could be used to supplement the declining sale stake fund. Our board debated owning a stallion and decided that we should encourage ownership by members, but we should not stand a stallion as it could be perceived as putting us in competition with our members. We thanked Mr. Todd for his generous offer and declined.

At the 2017 CTHS yearling and mixed sale I was approached by a fellow director and asked to call a special meeting that day at the sale to discuss some issues. He informed me that he had spoken to others at the sale who were in support of the CTHS acquiring a stallion. We held a meeting on the sale grounds with 5 of our 8 directors. One director was not on site and the two others were busy with potential buyers. As this was an informal meeting, we meet to discuss the issue as well as other issues of concern to our members.

During the meeting the directors who attended were all in support of asking Glen Todd to purchase a stallion for the CTHS. Since there was a majority at that meeting who all supported the proposal, I agreed to approach Glen Todd to see if his offer was still available. Before I had a chance to speak to Glen two of the directors from the meeting privately approached Glen asking him to buy a stallion.

In July on 2018, Glen Todd contacted me that he had an opportunity to purchase a stallion for the CTHS. I thanked him and said I would get back to him shortly. I contacted the director who asked for the special meeting at the 2017 sale and one director who was not in attendance that day. Both directors indicated we should accept the stallion being offered. I contacted Glen and thanked him for his generous offer and accepted on behalf of the CTHS. This is how we acquired the stallion Ralis.

The CTHS board’s thought process on standing a stallion.

The board of directors were unanimous in thinking that having a new stallion in BC was a good thing for breeders in BC. We hoped that someone would do so privately. We still do. Jersey Town was a welcome addition in 2018 but he has now left BC.

We debated the issue of being in competition with existing stallion owners. We did not want to take any mares away from existing stallions. We weighed the benefit of adding a new stallion for our members to choose from against the need to protect existing stallions. I think we have done that.

We made sure that the stallion was from a different bloodline to what was in BC already. Ralis is the only Smart Strike line stallion standing in BC. There would be no competition based on pedigree. We made sure that the stud fee was at the high end of the scale. The stallion fee was set at $2000 to not undercut other stallions in BC. Jersey Town who was a Grade 1 winner stood for $2000 before he left. We made sure that the stallion would be managed by a small group who were aware of the perception of a conflict and would ensure the stallion was managed for the benefit of all CTHS members.

Rumours and Gossip

Let me address some of the rumours and negative gossip being spread around.

The CTHS did not buy the stallion, it was a personal gift from Glen Todd to the breeders of BC. All money earned by the stallion remains with the CTHSBC for the benefit of all members.

The money being used to operate The Ralis Group comes from existing library and trophy accounts. NO MONEY is being taken from the BAP and your awards will not be affected by standing Ralis. Anyone saying the money is coming from award money is not telling the truth. Every director knows this. The Ralis Group is operated independently and has separate checks and accounts. The concept of offering services (standing a stallion) with all proceeds going towards member programs and funding shortfalls are not unique. The same director who pushed for the stallion also pushed for a raffle of a mare in foal with the proceeds going to CTHS programs. Under current lottery rules we were not allowed to run a raffle. Many organizations receive assistance thanks to generous contributions made by benefactors. In our case, Glen Todd has stepped up again to help breeders and racing in BC.

All board members were aware the CTHS was open to acquiring a stallion as it was discussed multiple times at our board meetings. The board of directors operates like all other boards where the majority rules. We have a majority board position that the CTHSBC stand a stallion with ALL proceeds going to the benefit of ALL CTHS members.

I would ask all members who have questions to simply call our office, a director or myself for the facts. Spreading false information does no one any good.

Grant Watson

 

CTHS BC SEPTEMBER 2018 SALE

HIP Horse Sex Sire Dam Consignor
1 Unnamed colt Bakken Yoorock Gal Elton Gunther, Klimes Farm, Agent
2 Unnamed filly Morning Line Anna Pavlova Emerald Acres
3 Unnamed filly Devil in Disguise Ansede Canmor Farms, Agent
4 Unnamed filly Bakken Arlington Getaway Wild Rose Farm, Bryan and Carol Anderson
5 Unnamed gelding Second in Command Backseat Becka Mike Anderson, Agent
6 Rox Star Farmboy colt Sixthirteen Barbara O’Brien Rox Star Stables
7 Fancy Fraulein filly Texas Wildcatter Big Bertha (Ger) Loire Miller
8 Unnamed colt Shanghai Bobby Cee’s Hollie North American Thoroughbred Horse Co.
9 Unnamed filly Numaany Charming Silver White House Stables
10 Unnamed colt Abraaj Chili Sauce Mike Anderson, Agent
11 Unnamed gelding Numaany Chilli Chines White House Stables
12 Unnamed gelding Abraaj Cindiana Jones Jim Alendal
13 Unnamed filly Abraaj Classic Alley Kat Greystone Farm
14 Unnamed colt Justin Phillip Constance Spice Canmor Farms, Agent
15 Unnamed filly Bakken Cowbelle Juniper Creek Ranch
16 Unnamed filly Liaison Dancing Blues Whitewood Farm
17 Big Time Louie gelding Second in Command Danny’s Chant White House Stables
18 Unnamed filly Finality Dash It Darling Elton Gunther, Klimes Farm, Agent
19 Unnamed colt Archarcharch Daylight Cat Mike Anderson, Agent
20 Unnamed filly Bakken Deputy Princess Klimes Farm, Agent
21 Unnamed filly Bakken Dream in the Dark Long Shadow Acres
22 Unnamed filly War Power Fable Affair Pooli Thoroughbreds
23 Flyunderthegradar colt Graydar Flight Path Stride Away Thoroughbreds
24 Unnamed filly Abraaj Four Girls Jennifer McMillan
25 Unnamed colt Second in Command Gabigotherway Mike Anderson, Agent
26 Unnamed filly Gottcha Gold Ghost Girl Westside Thoroughbreds
27 Unnamed filly Second in Command Glory Is Forever Jamie Demetrick, Agent
28 Golden’s Comet filly Second in Command Golden Ratio White House Stables
29 Unnamed filly Shakin It Up Golden Roar Jamie Demetrick, Agent
30 Unnamed filly Point Given Great Red Beauty North American Thoroughbred Horse Co.
31 Unnamed colt Mass Market Grey Tobe Free Red Rock Farm
32 Unnamed filly Finality Humphreyette Pooli Thoroughbreds
33 Unnamed filly The Factor I’m in Harlan Jim Alendal
34 Don’t Tell filly Kafwain I”mnaughtyandnice Stride Away Thoroughbreds
35 Unnamed colt Flashback Indiana Charmer Jamie Demetrick, Agent
36 Unnamed colt Dontmesswithkitten Interrogar Bronco J Farms
37 Irish Trick colt Bakken Irish Delta Mr. & Mrs. E. M. Dittloff & K. Dittloff
38 Irish Luna filly Bakken Irish Lyric Klimes Farm, Agent
39 Targeted colt Gottcha Gold JJ’s Orchid Stride Away Thoroughbreds
40 Unnamed filly Sungold Just Gorgeous Dr. Sheila McDonald
41 Bakkah colt Bakken Lady Fettuccine Dr. Sheila McDonald
42 Unnamed filly Devil in Disguise Lost Humor Canmor Farms, Agent
43 Unnamed filly Astrology Lunar Fest Canmor Farms, Agent
44 Unnamed filly Oxbow Making Waves Westside Thoroughbreds, Agent
45 Unnamed colt Lent Meet the Queen Mike Anderson, Agent
46 Unnamed colt Wicked Strong Mehndi Jamie Demetrick, Agent
47 Unnamed colt Harbor the Gold Mille Luna Wild Rose Farm, Bryan and Carol Anderson
48 Unnamed gelding Finality Miss Buxley Juniper Creek Ranch
49 Unnamed filly Discreet Cat Miss Juicey Jim Alendal
50 Laugh With Me colt Bakken Miss Me Not Mr. & Mrs. E. M. Dittloff & K. Dittloff
51 Unnamed filly Palace Miz Penelope Whitewood Farm
52 Infinite Patience filly Sungold Montero Mike Anderson, Agent
53 Miss Earl filly Bakken My Special Angel Born To Run Thoroughbreds
54 Rox Star Kidrun colt Lemon Drop Kid Myluvforugrowsdaly Rox Star Stables
55 Unnamed colt Bakken Notis Her Jamie Demetrick, Agent
56 Unnamed filly Shanghai Bobby Now Hope Whitewood Farm
57 Unnamed filly Paynter Officer Big Red North American Thoroughbred Horse Co.
58 Rox Star Courage colt Graydar Panorama Valley Rox Star Stables
59 Unnamed colt Lent Prett Maid Emerald Acres
60 Unnamed filly Bakken Prouc Bella Whitewood Farm
61 Northern Spirit filly Majesticperfection Rap and Slam Klimes Farm, Agent
62 Unnamed colt Bakken Reeds Hill Dr. Sheila McDonald
63 Bobs Buddy gelding Second in Command Reinforcement White House Stables
64 Unnamed colt Bakken Remarkable Lady Red Rock Farm
65 Unnamed gelding Abraaj Remarkable Miss Jim Alendal
66 No Bakk Talk filly Bakken Rocketing Dr. Sheila McDonald
67 Unnamed colt Harbor the Gold Secret Cove Wild Rose Farm, Bryan and Carol Anderson
68 Unnamed filly Second in Command Serengeti Sunrise White House Stables
69 Unnamed colt Harbor the Gold Shadow of Mine Wild Rose Farm, Bryan and Carol Anderson
70 Unnamed colt Second in Command She’s Fantastic Prescott Farms
71 Unnamed colt Bakken Slewpast Foundation Racing Stables, Red Rock Farm, Agent
72 Unnamed colt Bakken Special Design Jamie Demetrick, Agent
73 Unnamed gelding Second in Command Starship Sapphire Pooli Thoroughbreds
74 Unnamed filly Storm Victory Sunshine Shadows Klimes Farm, Agent
75 Unnamed colt Second in Command Susan`s Angel Jim Alendal
76 Rox Star Topline colt Morning Line Sweetlalabye Rox Star Stables
77 Unnamed colt Lent Tender Teen Klimes Farm, Agent
78 Unnamed filly Bakken Tilly K Dr. Sheila McDonald
79 Unnamed colt Paynter Tiz a Dynaformer North American Thoroughbred Horse Co.
80 Unnamed filly Bakken Tricksaren’t Free Pooli Thoroughbreds
81 Unnamed filly Bakken Trieste Lady Jamie Demetrick, Agent
82 Bird of Thunder filly Texas Wildcatter Two Feathers Loire Miller
83 Tommy Won colt Tapiture Two to Get Ready Prescott Farms
84 Unnamed colt Shanghai Bobby Unattended Wild Rose Farm, Bryan and Carol Anderson
85 Unnamed filly Lent We Are One Mike Anderson, Agent
86 Unnamed colt Lent West Coast Fun Klimes Farm, Agent
87 Unnamed colt Ice Box Wild and Icy North American Thoroughbred Horse Co.
88 Unnamed colt Bakken Winning Toast Dr. Sheila McDonald

CTHS – BC DIVISION SALE PREVIEW

Hip Horse Sex Sire Dam Consignor
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1 Unnamed colt Bakken Yoorock Gal Elton Gunther, Klimes Farm, Agent
3
2 Unnamed filly Morning Line Anna Pavlova Emerald Acres
4
3 Unnamed filly Devil in Disguise Ansede Canmor Farms, Agent
5
4 Unnamed filly Bakken Arlington Getaway Wild Rose Farm, Bryan and Carol Anderson
6
5 Unnamed gelding
Second in Command
Backseat Becka Mike Anderson, Agent
7
6
Rox Star Farmboy
colt Sixthirteen Barbara O’Brien Rox Star Stables
8
7 Fancy Fraulein filly Texas Wildcatter Big Bertha (Ger) Loire Miller
9
8 Unnamed colt Shanghai Bobby Cee’s Hollie North American Thoroughbred Horse Co.
10
9 Unnamed filly Numaany Charming Silver White House Stables
11
10 Unnamed colt Abraaj Chili Sauce Mike Anderson, Agent
12
11 Unnamed gelding Numaany Chilli Chines White House Stables
13
12 Unnamed gelding Abraaj Cindiana Jones Jim Alendal
14
13 Unnamed filly Abraaj Classic Alley Kat Greystone Farm
15
14 Unnamed colt Justin Phillip Constance Spice Canmor Farms, Agent
16
15 Unnamed filly Bakken Cowbelle Juniper Creek Ranch
17
16 Unnamed filly Liaison Dancing Blues Whitewood Farm
18
17 Big Time Louie gelding
Second in Command
Danny’s Chant White House Stables
19
18 Unnamed filly Finality Dash It Darling Elton Gunther, Klimes Farm, Agent
20
19 Unnamed colt Archarcharch Daylight Cat Mike Anderson, Agent
21
20 Unnamed filly Bakken Deputy Princess Klimes Farm, Agent
22
21 Unnamed filly Bakken Dream in the Dark Long Shadow Acres
23
22 Unnamed filly War Power Fable Affair Pooli Thoroughbreds
24
23
Flyunderthegradar
colt Graydar Flight Path Stride Away Thoroughbreds
25
24 Unnamed filly Abraaj Four Girls Jennifer McMillan
26
25 Unnamed colt
Second in Command
Gabigotherway Mike Anderson, Agent
27
26 Unnamed filly Gottcha Gold Ghost Girl Westside Thoroughbreds
28
27 Unnamed colt
Second in Command
Glory Is Forever Jamie Demetrick, Agent
29
28 Golden’s Comet filly
Second in Command
Golden Ratio White House Stables
30
29 Unnamed filly Shakin It Up Golden Roar Jamie Demetrick, Agent
31
30 Unnamed filly Point Given Great Red Beauty North American Thoroughbred Horse Co.
32
31 Unnamed colt Mass Market Grey Tobe Free Red Rock Farm
33
32 Unnamed filly Finality Humphreyette Pooli Thoroughbreds
34
33 Don’t Tell filly Kafwain
I”mnaughtyandnice
Stride Away Thoroughbreds
35
34 Unnamed filly The Factor I’m in Harlan Jim Alendal
36
35 Unnamed colt Flashback Indiana Charmer Jamie Demetrick, Agent
37
36 Unnamed colt Dontmesswithkitten Interrogar Bronco J Farms
38
37 Irish Trick colt Bakken Irish Delta Mr. & Mrs. E. M. Dittloff & K. Dittloff
39
38 Irish Luna filly Bakken Irish Lyric Klimes Farm, Agent
40
39 Targeted colt Gottcha Gold JJ’s Orchid Stride Away Thoroughbreds
41
40 Unnamed filly Sungold Just Gorgeous Dr. Sheila McDonald
42
41 Bakkah colt Bakken Lady Fettuccine Dr. Sheila McDonald
43
42 Unnamed filly Devil in Disguise Lost Humor Canmor Farms, Agent
44
43 Unnamed filly Astrology Lunar Fest Canmor Farms, Agent
45
44 Unnamed filly Oxbow Making Waves Westside Thoroughbreds, Agent
46
45 Unnamed colt Lent Meet the Queen Mike Anderson, Agent
47
46 Unnamed colt Wicked Strong Mehndi Jamie Demetrick, Agent
48
47 Unnamed colt Harbor the Gold Mille Luna Wild Rose Farm, Bryan and Carol Anderson
49
48 Unnamed gelding Finality Miss Buxley Juniper Creek Ranch
50
49 Unnamed filly Discreet Cat Miss Juicey Jim Alendal
51
50 Laugh With Me colt Bakken Miss Me Not Mr. & Mrs. E. M. Dittloff & K. Dittloff
52
51 Unnamed filly Palace Miz Penelope Whitewood Farm
53
52 Infinite Patience filly Sungold Montero Mike Anderson, Agent
54
53 Miss Earl filly Bakken My Special Angel Born To Run Thoroughbreds
55
54 Rox Star Kidrun colt Lemon Drop Kid
Myluvforugrowsdaly
Rox Star Stables
56
55 Unnamed colt Bakken Notis Her Jamie Demetrick, Agent
57
56 Unnamed filly Shanghai Bobby Now Hope Whitewood Farm
58
57 Unnamed filly Paynter Officer Big Red North American Thoroughbred Horse Co.
59
58 Rox Star Courage colt Graydar Panorama Valley Rox Star Stables
60
59 Unnamed colt Lent Prett Maid Emerald Acres
61
60 Unnamed filly Bakken Prouc Bella Whitewood Farm
62
61 Northern Spirit filly Majesticperfection Rap and Slam Klimes Farm, Agent
63
62 Unnamed colt Bakken Reeds Hill Dr. Sheila McDonald
64
63 Bobs Buddy gelding
Second in Command
Reinforcement White House Stables
65
64 Unnamed colt Bakken Remarkable Lady Red Rock Farm
66
65 Unnamed gelding Abraaj Remarkable Miss Jim Alendal
67
66 No Bakk Talk filly Bakken Rocketing Dr. Sheila McDonald
68
67 Unnamed colt Harbor the Gold Secret Cove Wild Rose Farm, Bryan and Carol Anderson
69
68 Unnamed filly
Second in Command
Serengeti Sunrise White House Stables
70
69 Unnamed colt Harbor the Gold Shadow of Mine Wild Rose Farm, Bryan and Carol Anderson
71
70 Unnamed colt
Second in Command
She’s Fantastic Prescott Farms
72
71 Unnamed colt Bakken Slewpast
Foundation Racing Stables, Red Rock Farm, Agent
73
72 Unnamed colt Bakken Special Design Jamie Demetrick, Agent
74
73 Unnamed gelding
Second in Command
Starship Sapphire Pooli Thoroughbreds
75
74 Unnamed filly Storm Victory
Sunshine Shadows
Klimes Farm, Agent
76
75 Unnamed colt
Second in Command
Susan`s Angel Jim Alendal
77
76 Rox Star Topline colt Morning Line Sweetlalabye Rox Star Stables
78
77 Unnamed colt Lent Tender Teen Klimes Farm, Agent
79
78 Unnamed filly Bakken Tilly K Dr. Sheila McDonald
80
79 Unnamed colt Paynter Tiz a Dynaformer North American Thoroughbred Horse Co.
81
80 Unnamed filly Bakken Tricksaren’t Free Pooli Thoroughbreds
82
81 Unnamed filly Bakken Trieste Lady Jamie Demetrick, Agent
83
82 Bird of Thunder filly Texas Wildcatter Two Feathers Loire Miller
84
83 Tommy Won colt Tapiture Two to Get Ready Prescott Farms
85
84 Unnamed colt Shanghai Bobby Unattended Wild Rose Farm, Bryan and Carol Anderson
86
85 Unnamed filly Lent We Are One Mike Anderson, Agent
87
86 Unnamed colt Lent West Coast Fun Klimes Farm, Agent
88
87 Unnamed colt Ice Box Wild and Icy North American Thoroughbred Horse Co.
89
88 Unnamed colt Bakken Winning Toast Dr. Sheila McDonald
90
89 Miss Napoli mare Ready’s Image
Perfect Connection
Road’s End Farm

CTHS (BC DIVISION) ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING – SATURDAY JUNE 16TH

NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 

TAKE NOTICE THAT the Annual General Meeting of the Canadian Thoroughbred Horse Society (BC Division) will be held:


Time:        Commencing at 11:00 am

                                               Date:        Saturday, June 16, 2018

                                              Place:        CTHS (BC Division) Office – Boardroom
                                                     #7 – 5492 Production Blvd. Surrey, BC

               

The main purpose of this meeting is for the following:

  1. to receive the annual reports of the Society;
  2. to approve the appointment of the auditor for the 2018 fiscal year;
  3. to transact such business that may properly come before the Annual Meeting.Dated this 30th day of April, 2018.

BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS