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Wednesday, November 08, 2006

More Beyer talk (see comments below)

Lots of talk about Andy’s article – I see both positions so I’m not really on any side although I can see if one was on one or the other. Check it out if you haven’t already:

That’s Stupendous! Jim and Alice Sapara are still spending their Queen’s Plate winner Edenwold’s money and that’s good news for the local racing industry. The Sapara’s paid $1.3 million for STUPENDOUS MISS on the first day of the blockbuster Keeneland November sale – she is a 5-year-old mare, a graded stakes winner, a daughter of Dynaformer and in foal to Distorted Humor. The Sapara’s also bought a Quiet American mare for $925,000 at the Fasig-Tipton sale a few days earlier. Quiet American is, of course, the broodmare sire of Bernardini.
Sam-Son Farms did not take $700,000 for its stakes winning mare High Button Shoes yesterday but the Saparas were at in again, paying $600,000 for multiple graded stakes winner Lakenheath (Colonial Affair), in foal to El Prado. Canadian-bred South Bay Cove, who was a stakes winning 2yo for Bill Graham’s Windhaven Farms just two years ago, sold in foal to Vindication for $500,000.


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