Dam of Forte’s Step-Sister Tops April Digital Sale
Fasig-Tipton April Digital Sale closed April 4th with the lead mares in foal. Choices included breeding inventory, racing-age horses, a 2-year-old and one-year-olds.
KP Slickem (Hip 3), half-sister of the champion and up to date Florida Derby (G1) winner Strength was sold to Champion Equine for $400,000 to complete the sale. Offered as colts to multiple grade 1 winners horny bull Mulholland Farm, agent, KP Slickem – who himself is a betting winner – comes from a close family of champions. Basic Quality And Folklore Along with the Japanese Triple Crown winner trace.
Goksel Hill (Hip 6) was the second highest price of the day when sold for $250,000 to Alex Payne, representative of Angela Ingenito of Taylor Made Sales Agency consignment. Multiple grade stakes placed Post code mare offered as foal to successful young father not this time .
“The Fasig-Tipton digital auction platform continues to gain momentum,” said Leif Aaron, digital sales director. “We sell horses at all levels of the market. We’re still learning what appeals to buyers at certain times of the year and what doesn’t – and that’s okay.”
“We look forward to building on our successful 2023 sales as we look forward to our May Digital Sale.”
A total of 19 horses were sold for $938,000, costing an average of $57,900. Two hundred and fifty users signed up to bid on the cataloged offers.
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