Fasig-Tipton Gulfstream Sale Catalog Online

Gulfstream Sale grad Independence Hall | Chelsea Durand

The catalog for Fasig-Tipton's Gulfstream Sale of Selected 2-Year-Olds in Training is now available online. The auction, which will be held at Gulfstream Park in Hallandale Beach, Florida, will take place Wed., Mar. 30, beginning at 2 pm.

The under-tack show is scheduled for Monday, Mar. 28, beginning at 9 am.

“The Gulfstream sale annually offers a concentration of quality that is unmatched by any 2-year-old sale,” said Fasig-Tipton President Boyd Browning. “Buyers that arrive in South Florida for this year's sale will once again be presented with quality individuals by the sport's most prominent and promising sires.”

Included among recent graduates of the Gulfstream are Yaupon, winner of last year's GI Forego S. at Saratoga in addition to graded stakes winners Independence Hall, Art of Almost, Center Aisle, Cezanne.

“We have hosted this sale at Gulfstream for just seven years, and in that short time, the quality of graduates produced is remarkable,” noted Browning. “Gulfstream grads have won 14 different Grade I races, including the Kentucky Derby, multiple Breeders' Cup races, Met Mile, Arkansas Derby, and Florida Derby–in addition to numerous stakes victories around the globe.”

Print catalogs will be available from Fasig-Tipton offices by Feb. 28. The catalogue will also be available in the equineline sales catalog app. Fasig-Tipton will also offer a supplemental catalog again this year. Supplemental entries will be accepted on an approval basis.

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