Keeneland has announced that four horses – two fillies by American Pharoah and colts by Uncle Mo and Gun Runner – have supplemented to Book 1 of the September Yearling Sale, which begins Monday, Sept. 11.
Opening day of the sale will include Hip 190, a daughter of American Pharoah out of the Galileo (IRE) mare Pushkinskaya (IRE), a full sister to European champion 2-year-old filly Maybe (IRE). Consigned by Highgate Sales, agent, the filly is from the family of English highweight Dancing Rain, multiple Group 1 winner Saxon Warrior and Group 3 winners Drumroll, Promise To Be True and Continuous.
Four Star Sales, agent, consigns Hip 191, a colt by Uncle Mo and a half-brother to Grade 2 winner Conquest Panthera, multiple Grade 3 winner Happy Like a Fool and stakes winner Hawaiian Noises. His dam is Lastofthsummerwine, by Sky Mesa.
The first supplement on Day 2 is Hip 391, a colt by Gun Runner out of Special Event, a winning, Grade 3-placed daughter of Arch. Consigned by Gainesway, agent, he is from the family of champion Queena, Grade 1 winner Brahms, Grade 2 winner Chief Havoc and Grade 3 winner La Reina.
Highgate Sales, agent, also consigns Hip 392, a filly by American Pharoah out of stakes winner and Grade 1-placed Stopshoppingmaria, by More Than Ready. A half-sister to Grade 2 winner Always Shopping and stakes winner Mo Shopping, she is from the family of Grade 1 winner Zipessa and Grade 3 winner Dearest.
A total of 4,198 horses have been cataloged to the September Sale, which covers 12 sessions from Sept. 11-23. Click here for the online catalog, which will include walking videos and photographs of yearlings and links to each consignor’s website.
See theworldsyearlingsale.com for features about the importance of the September Sale and the success of sales graduates.
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