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Fasig-Tipton Sales Hope to Attract Breeders to Texas

Fasig-Tipton Sales Hope to Attract Breeders to Texas: The Fasig-Tipton Texas Yearlings and Fall Mixed sale may not be the high priority on breeders’ lists of sales to attend, but there are some attractive horses in the sale. The sale takes place in Grand Prairie, Texas on Monday, October 13, 2014.

Fasig-Tipton Texas Yearlings and Fall Mixed sale 2014

The Fasig-Tipton Texas Yearlings and Fall Mixed sale takes place in Grand Prairie, Texas on Monday, October 13, 2014.

Hip 7 – Yearling by Too Much Bling out of Amazing Trace, by Triple Sec – This filly is a late May foal, so it is understandable why she is in a later sale. This filly is a full sibling to Falling Star, a listed stakes winner in Texas. The mare, Amazing Trace, has a very good track record. She has 10 foals, and 9 winners. This filly will likely add to the mare’ good producing record. She is a registered Texas-bred.

Hip 24 – Yearling by Birdstone out of Classy Aly, by Sky Classic – This colt, already named Classy Bird, half to seven other foals out of the mare. The most accomplished is the stakes winner Classy Deelites. The colt is likely to relish distance and dirt, as he bred on the same cross as Summer Bird. He is a registered Louisiana-bred.

Hip 58 – Yearling by Flower Alley out of Jadarah, by Red Ransom – This filly, Parisian Flower, was foaled in Kentucky, and with her pedigree, she shows promise. He dam is full to Intikhab, high weight older horse in England at age four. This filly is the mare’s fifth foal. The cross is likely to bring hope, as it is the same cross as champion I’ll Have Another. Parisian Flower was foaled in Kentucky.

Hip 60 – Yearling by Temple City out of Jena’s Gold, by Seeking the Gold – This filly is only the third foal of the mare, but the cross is likely to show the filly will relish turf distance races. She is bred on the same cross as Point of Entry (Dynaformer/Seeking the Gold), and already has a name. This filly, Gold in the Bank, was foaled in Kentucky.

Hip 123 – Yearling by High Cotton out of Sweetheavenlycross, by Saint Ballado – this filly is out of Sweetheavenlycross, who is a full sister to Sweetnorthersaint. The filly is the mare’s seventh foal. She is a half sibling to champion imported three-year-old in Jamaica, Commander One (Put it Back). This filly is a registered Oklahoma-bred.

Hip 137 – Blu City Girl by Bluegrass Cat out of Stylish Yankee, by Yankee Victor – This mare is offered here as a young broodmare. Her first foal was a foal of 2014, by Irish Road. The cross is likely to work, as the foal is bred on the same cross as Close Hatches, Buddah, Noble Tune, and Half Ours. Blu City Girl is offered here, back in foal to Irish Road.

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