Three Virginia-Bred & Eight Virginia-Certified Horses Are Purchased At Fasig-Tipton 2 YO Sale

Three Virginia-bred and eight Virginia-Certified horses were sold at the recent record Breaking Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Sale at Timonium for two-year-olds in training. The two day event was held May 20th and 21st.

Hip 90, a Virginia-bred filly by Uncle Mo out of Claire’s Song was purchased by Lothenbach Stables for $350,000.  She was bred by Jim & Katie Fitzgerald of Chilly Bleak Farm in Marshall, and was consigned by Top Line Sales. 

Hip 47, a Virginia-bred colt by Jump Start out of Blazeaway, sold for $75,000 to Zilla Racing. He was bred by Ned Moore and Jill Gordon-Moore and was consigned by Grassroots Training and Sales.

Hip 340, a Virginia-bred filly by Midshipman out of Officer Pepper, was purchased for $35,000 by G. Preciado for Nick Cammarano. She was bred by  Daybreak Stables and was consigned by Cary Frommer.

Of the Virginia-Certified horses sold, four were bred in New York, two in Maryland and one each in Kentucky and Pennsylvania.

Hip 483, a New York-bred colt by Constitution out of Southern Charmer, was purchased by Linda Rice for $180,000. He spent his Virginia residency at Woodberry Payne’s Ingleside Training Center.

Hip 56 is a New York-bred filly by Speightstown out of Bourbonstreetgirl that sold for $135,000. She was bought by  Lothenback Stables, Inc. and was consigned by De Meric Sales. She also spent six months in the Commonwealth at Ingleside.

Hip 46 is a New York-bred colt by Orb put of Black Escort who was purchased by S.R.O.A. for $40,000. He was consigned by White Pine Thoroughbreds and spent his residency at Jim FitzGerald’s Chilly Bleak Farm in Marshall.

Hip 29 is a New York-bred colt by Maclean’s Music out of April. He was purchased by Windylea Farm LLC for $30,000 and was consigned by James Layden. The colt resided with Layden’s East Coast Thoroughbreds at the Middleburg Training Center.

Of the two Maryland-breds that were Virginia-Certified, Hip 109 sold for $120,000. He is by Bandbox out of Dear Rachel and was consigned by Classic Bloodstock. The colt spent his six months at Mary Alice Thomas’s Bowler Hill Farm in Marshall.

The other was Hip 584 who was purchased by Ferris Allen for $15,000. He is by Overanalyze out of Wide Eyed and was consigned by James Layden. The colt spent his residency with Layden’s East Coast Thoroughbreds.

The Kentucky-bred, Hip 235, sold for $22,000 to LC Racing, LLC. The filly is by Constitution out of Lady Fifty Two and was consigned by Golden Rock. She spent her six months in Virginia at Amy Moore’s South Gate Farm in Millwood.

And finally Hip 150, a Pennsylvania-bred colt by Golden Lad out of Fix You, sold for $15,000. He was purchased by SD Racing and was consigned by Grassroots Training and Sales. He resided at the Middleburg Training Center with James Layden’s East Coast Thoroughbreds.