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Tapit the dominant sire of Keeneland Book 1

In-foal mares topped buyers’ shopping lists and, as expected, the sales sheets. Through the first two days of Book 1, the current sale-topper is Unrivaled Belle, who sold in foal to Gainesway’s leading sire Tapit.

$3.5M mare in foal to Tapit tops Fasig-Tipton November

When the dollars stopped flying at the Nov. 7 Fasig-Tipton Kentucky November breeding stock sale, which saw gross, average, and median climb well beyond last year’s figures, a mare in foal to leading sire Tapit topped the auction.

Another Grade 1 for Gainesway sales grad Practical Joke

Gainesway sales graduate Practical Joke overcame an awkward start in the Oct. 8 Champagne Stakes (G1) to run down front-running favorite Syndergaard in the final strides at Belmont Park. Practical Joke completed the mile in 1:34.68.

Tapizar filly hammers for $165K at Keeneland

Tapizar, a top-three sire in several categories on the 2016 first-crop sire list, continues to show strong results during the Keeneland September yearling sale, with a filly bringing a winning bid of $165,000 during the Sept. 20 session.

To Honor and Serve colt brings $210K at Keeneland

To Honor and Serve had one of the top 10 colt prices during the Sept. 18 session of the Keeneland September sale with a $210,000 yearling consigned by Gainesway, agent.

Trio of seven-figure Tapit yearlings at Keeneland session

Tapit’s yearlings continued to be some of the most sought-after lots during the third day of the Keeneland September sale, with bidders going above the $1 million mark on three separate occasions during the Sept. 14 session.

$1.2M Tapit colt new top price at Keeneland

Leading sire Tapit’s $1.2 million colt sold during the second session of the Keeneland September yearling sale Sept. 13 is the new top price through the first two days of the marathon auction.

Keeneland Day 1 wrap: Tapit colts bring $850K, $800K

Tapit’s total sales of $5,420,000 during the first session of the Keeneland September yearling sale included two of the top-five sellers for the day.

Gainesway grad Hawkbill soars in Coral Eclipse

Hawkbill’s stellar stretch run carried the 3-year-old colt to victory in the July 2 Coral Eclipse S. (G1) at Sandown racecourse in Great Britain, the sixth straight win for the Gainesway sales grad.

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