Keeneland Catalogues 254 Horses of Racing Age for November Sale


Keeneland November sale | Keeneland photo

A total of 254 head have been catalogued for the horses of racing age section of the upcoming Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale. The single session will be held Nov. 19–the final day of the auction. The catalogue is now available online at

The November sale begins Nov. 10. The Nov. 19 session will start at 10 a.m. with 148 cataloged head of breeding stock and will continue with the horses of racing age. Keeneland will continue to accept supplements to the horses of racing age section through the beginning days of the November sale.

“We've been pleased with how well the horses of racing age section of the November Sale has been received,” Keeneland Vice President of Sales Tony Lacy said. “The timing of the sale is extremely well suited to the racing calendar, coming at the end of the fall racing season as the transition to winter racing is happening and stables are moving to new locations. At this time, people have a lot of opportunity to reassess their stables to best suit where they will race over the winter.”

A print catalogue of horses of racing age with Equibase past performances will be available on the Keeneland grounds by Nov. 5.

The format of the horses of racing age sale will be similar to Keeneland's 2021 April Horses of Racing Age Sale, with live auctioneers at Keeneland. Horses may be presented for sale both physically here and at off-site locations. Internet and telephone bidding will be available.

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