Fasig-Tipton November Offers Champions, Breeders' Cup Winners, and More

Two-year-old Champion Wonder Wheel | Kelcey Loges/Taylor Made Farm


Fasig-Tipton has catalogued 246 main-catalogue entries for The November Sale, the company's selected mixed sale to be held in Lexington, Kentucky on Tuesday, Nov. 7, following the Breeders' Cup. The single-session sale will begin at 2 p.m.

“The Fasig-Tipton November Sale annually offers a collection of the world's finest bloodstock,” said Fasig-Tipton President Boyd Browning. “This year's catalogue is once again outstanding, offering 55 graded stakes winners or producers, 26 of which are Grade I.”

Browning continued: “We have Eclipse Champions, international champions, multiple Breeders' Cup winners, and a Kentucky Oaks winner. On the producer side, buyers will find the dams of Eclipse Award winners, Breeders' Cup winners, and a Royal Ascot winner. This sale is one-stop shopping for those seeking the very best.”

The sale begins with weanlings selected on pedigree and conformation before transitioning into racing/broodmare prospects and broodmares as afternoon turns to evening.

“Weanlings have become a very important part of this sale, and this year, we tightened up our acceptance standards to ensure a high-quality group from top to bottom. It's a very good group of foals,” Browning added. “The racing and breeding offerings are even deeper this year, as well. Buyers will find significant quality at all levels of the market.”

The catalogue may now be viewed online, as may Fasig-Tipton's Enhanced Catalogue.

The Enhanced Catalogue provides up-to-date catalogue pages, Daily Racing Form past performances, and race replays; an Alan Porter pedigree analysis and five-cross pedigrees for all racing/broodmare prospects and broodmares; stallion register pages for all sires of weanlings and covering sires; as well as other tools to aid prospective buyers. All Grade I-winning females off the track or carrying their first foals will also be profiled with individual feature videos.

The catalogue includes 133 weanlings by established and young sires alike, including 2023 first-crop weanling sires Charlatan, Essential Quality, Independence Hall, Knicks Go, Lexitonian, Maxfield, Raging Bull, Rock Your World, Tacitus and Yaupon.

Those weanlings include:
• Hip 3, a Collected colt whose second dam, Mien, produced champion Big Brown.
• Hip 8, a Ghostzapper colt whose second dam Salty Strike produced champion Goodnight Olive (Ghostzapper), also selling at Fasig later on the night;
• Hip 46, a Munnings colt who is a full-brother to Eda, the winner of the GI Starlet S. who sports eight wins in 10 starts;
• Hip 48, a colt by Into Mischief out of Grade I Spinaway S. winner Sippican Harbor (Orb), from Taylor Made;
• Hip 53, a colt by Maxfield who is a half-brother to GI Jockey Club Gold Cup winner Bright Future (Curlin), who is pointing to the Breeders' Cup Classic;
• Hip 95, a Gun Runner filly whose second dam, Baffled, produced leading sire Constitution;
• Hip 105, a colt by Constitution who is a half-brother to Grade I Preakness S. winner Rombauer (Twirling Candy);
• Hip 107, a colt by Uncle Mo who is a full-brother to Grade II Jim Dandy S. winner Laoban;
• hip 213, a colt by Maxfield who is a half-brother to two-time Grade I winner Up To the Mark (Not This Time).

But it's the mares' section of the catalogue that really wows.

Top mares include:
• Argentinian champion 3-year-old filly Dona Bruja (Arg), in foal to Candy Ride (Arg);
• Impazible Woman, the dam of Tyler's Tribe, who won his first five starts in 2022 by a combined 60 lengths;
• Grade I Cotillion S. winner It Tiz Well, in foal to Into Mischief;
• Moira (Ghostzapper), the champion 3-year-old filly and Horse of the Year in Canada, being offered as a racing or broodmare prospect;
• Fev Rover (Ire) (Gutaifan {Ire}), the winner of this year's GI Beverly D. S. who was also placed in the G1 English 1000 Guineas;

• Needmore Flattery, whose second foal was the three-time GISW 'TDN Rising Star' Taiba (Gun Runner), carrying a full-sibling to him;
• two-time GII Santa Monica S. winner Merneith, in foal to Flightline;
• Nest (Curlin), the winner of GI Ashland, Coaching Club American Oaks, and Alabama who was the Eclipse Award-winning 3-year-old filly of 2022, and who is expected to start in this Sunday's GI Juddmonte Spinster S. at Keeneland;
• GI Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf Fillies winner Pizza Bianca, in foal to Into Mischief;
• Queen Caroline, the dam of Forte, in foal to Flightline;
• Grade I American Oaks winner Queen Goddess (Empire Maker), from an elite Phipps family;
• Sauterne (Kingman {GB}), who won the G1 Prix de Moulin de Longchamp on Sept. 3 and out of a half-sister to multiple champion Stacelita (Fr);
• Grade I Acorn S. winner Search Results (Flatter);
• Grade I Kentucky Oaks winner Secret Oath (Arrogate);
• Grade I Queen Elizabeth S. Winner Shantisara (Ire) (Coulsty {Ire});
• Sophia's Song, the dam of GI Jockey Club Gold Cup winner Bright Future, in foal to Jackie's Warrior;
• Trophy Girl, the dam of GI Champagne S. winner and GI Preakness S. runner-up Blazing Sevens (Good Magic), carrying his full-sibling;
• the dam of Grade I winner and sire Golden Pal, Lady Shipman, herself a graded stakes winner, in foal to Flightline;
• the six-year-old Vigui's Heart, whose first foal Valiant Force won the G2 Norfolk S. at Royal Ascot, selling in foal to Vekoma;
• Wonder Wheel, Into Mischief's first champion juvenile and winner of the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies in a 2-year-old campaign where she went four-for-five;
• America, the dam of GIII Pimlico Special winner and 'TDN Rising Star' First Captain, in foal to Gun Runner, whose last two auction yearlings have each sold for seven figures;
• Arrogate's Grade I-winning daughter And Tell Me Nolies;
• Armony's Angel, the dam of Grade I-winning millionaire Angel of Empire, in foal to Gun Runner;
• Belle's Finale, the dam of Up To the Mark (Not The Time), carrying a full sibling to the turf star;
• Grade I Frizette S. winner Chocolate Gelato (Practical Joke);
• Grade I Starlet S. winner 'TDN Rising Star' Faiza (Girvin);
• Eclipse Award and Breeders' Cup champion Goodnight Olive;

There are also three Grade I-winning daughters from Arrogate's first crop, and mares in foal to first-crop sires Flightline, Olympiad, Nashville, Life is Good, Mystic Guide, and Epicenter.

Print catalogues will be available by October 6. The catalogue will also be available via the Equineline sales catalogue app.

Online bidding and phone bidding will be available.

The November Sale will also offer a supplemental catalogue. Fasig-Tipton will accept approved entries for the supplement through the Breeders' Cup.

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