Broodmare Prospects Co-Toppers at Keeneland Digital Sale


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A pair of broodmare prospects consigned by Taylor Made Sales Agency brought co-topping final bids of $50,000 during Keeneland's March Digital Sale Tuesday.

Bloodstock agent Andre Lynch purchased Shockingly (Nyquist) (hip 19), a 3-year-old half-sister to Japanese Group 1 winner Apollo Kentucky (Langfuhr) and to multiple stakes-placed Beau Ravelle (Tiz Wonderful). She was a late-closing second in her lone start to date at Fair Grounds Feb. 20.

Motown Girl (Uncle Mo) (hip 18), a 4-year-old full-sister to Grade III winner Name Changer, sold to Randy Coker. The filly is out of the multiple stakes-winning Northern Afleet mare Cash's Girl and from the family of champion Afleet Alex.

Of the 22 head catalogued for the on-line auction, six sold for a total of $128,000.

Keeneland will host its next Digital Sale May 25. Additional digital sales are scheduled for June, July, August, October and December.

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