Fall Sale

Maisys Muscles Tops Blooded Horse Fall Sale at $45,000

Broodmare prospect Maisys Muscles topped the Blooded Horse Fall Sale held November 15, at the Champions Center in Springfield, Ohio. Winterwood Farm, agent consigned the lightly raced three-year-old daughter of Muscle Hill that was purchased by Silver Creek Farm of Indiana for $45,000. Winterwood Farm also consigned the beautiful Somebeachsomewhere mare, Chaxiraxi Hanover in foal to Tellitlikeitis that was purchased by Joe Wickey of Indiana for $28,000. Rounding out the top three broodmares was the Yankee Glide daughter Wiki Hanover, consigned by Chapel Ridge Farm and purchased for $35,000 by Robert McKim of Virginia.

The 75 yearling black type section was led by Lady Lucina, a daughter of Downbytheseaside, from the Spring Haven Farm consignment. Steve Richard of Massachusetts signed the ticket for the classy bay filly for $40,000. Dublin Valley Farms brought a nice consignment that was led by Lucky Sequoia a daughter of their popular young sire Volstead. John Merkel of Indiana was the winning bidder at $26,000.

A handsome brown colt by What The Hill topped the 36 weanlings that were offered. Consigned by Stacey Ruddick, agent, the dual KY/OH eligible fourth foal of Cowgirl Hall 5,1.52.3f $838,678) was purchased by Ryan Miller of Ohio for $14,000.

Among the 20 stallion shares and breedings was a Long Tom share consigned by Crystal Springs Farm that was purchased by William Miller of Ohio for $21,000 and a Swan For All share consigned by Jonas Schlabach that went to LaVern Bontrager of Indiana for $20,000.

Burke Racing Stable brought an eagerly awaited consignment of racehorses. These were led by the three-year-old Ohio Sires Stakes placed trotter Up Blueberry Hill for $40,000. The $136,000 winning son of What The Hill went to William Hartt of Maine.  Jim Eaton of Illinois was pleased to get the ultra-consistent three-year-old pacer Silverstone for $37,000. The son of American Ideal showed six consecutive miles in 1.51.