Group includes Ack Naughty, dam of Los Alamitos Futurity winner Practical Move, and multiple graded stakes winner
Keeneland has announced that 15 horses are in the latest round of supplements to the 2023 January Horses of All Ages Sale.Catalog pages for these horses will appear online at Keeneland.com and in the Equineline Sales Catalog App on Tuesday, Jan. 3. The January Sale will cover four sessions from Jan. 9-12, 2023.
Among the highlights of these supplements are:
- Ack Naughty, a multiple stakes-placed daughter of Afleet Alex whose second foal, Practical Move, won the Los Alamitos Futurity (G2) by 3¼ lengths on Dec. 17. Ack Naughty sells in foal on an early cover to Upstart, and she is consigned by ELiTE, agent.
- Madone, a 4-year-old daughter of Vancouver who won the 2021 San Clemente (G2) and Senorita (G3). A dual listed stakes winner at 2, Madone sells as a broodmare or racing prospect and is consigned by Eaton Sales, agent.
- Reinvestment Risk, a 4-year-old son of Upstart who was runner-up to future champion Jackie’s Warrior in the Grade 1 Runhappy Hopeful and Champagne at 2 following an impressive 7¾-length debut win at Saratoga. He also finished second in the 2022 Carter (G1) and Churchill Downs (G1) Presented by Ford. Reinvestment Risk sells as a stallion prospect and is consigned by ELiTE, agent.
Other prominent supplements include daughters of such stallions as Bolt d’Oro, Munnings, Street Sense, Tapit and Zoffany as well as mares in foal to Practical Joke and Violence.
These supplements bring the total number of horses cataloged to the January Sale to 1,614.
Since its first race meet more than 85 years ago, the Keeneland Association has devoted itself to the health and vibrancy of the Thoroughbred industry. The world’s largest Thoroughbred auction house, Keeneland conducts five sales a year, in January, April, September and November. Graduates of Keeneland sales dominate racing across the globe at every level. In April and October, Keeneland offers some of the highest caliber and richest Thoroughbred racing in the world. Keeneland hosted the Breeders’ Cup World Championships in 2015, 2020 and 2022. Uniquely structured, Keeneland is a privately held company with a not-for-profit mission that returns its earnings to the industry and the community in the form of higher purses and millions of dollars donated in support of horse industry initiatives and charitable contributions for education, research, and health and human services throughout Central Kentucky. Keeneland also maintains the Keeneland Library, a world-renowned public research institution with the mission of preserving information about the Thoroughbred industry. To learn more, visit Keeneland.com.
For more information contact:
Amy Gregory at 859 361-3490
Amy Owens at 859 421-2566