Elite Race Sales led the Fasig-Tipton Horses of Racing Age Sale for the third time in three years at the conclusion of Monday evening’s session.
Elite sold 9 of 10 horses for an average of $107,778 and a median of $100,000. The average was tops for consignors who sold 5 or more through the ring and was more than $14,000 above the sale average, while the median of $100,000 was $50,000 higher than than sale median.
Highlighting the group was Harlow Stables’ PROVERB, a G3 placed son of Flatter who hammered for $220,000, who was signed for by David Meah of Meah/Lloyd Bloodstock on behalf of Calvin Nguyen.
Klaravich Stables’ MULTI STRATEGY, a beautiful daughter of the late Scat Daddy, broke out and was a very popular offering, hammering to Ashwood Racing for $190,000.
Elite will host their next consignments at the Fasig-Tipton November Sale as well as the Keeneland November sale, where last year, Elite was the leading consignor by average for 10 head or more sold, with $246,786.