Ruby Lips, Dam of Lone Rock, Added to Fasig November


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After an impressive weekend from two of her progeny, Ruby Lips (Hard Spun–It's a Ruby, by Rubiano), the dam of multiple graded stakes winner Lone Rock (Majestic Warrior) who won the GII Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance S. on the Breeders' Cup undercard in track-record time on Saturday, has been added to the Fasig-Tipton November Sale, according to the sales company. Yesterday's win pushed Lone Rock's earnings over $1 million.

She is also the dam of the GI stakes-placed Gerrymander (Into Mischief), who won the Tempted S. at Belmont Friday. She sells as hip 274 in foal to leading third-crop sire Constitution.

Ruby Lips was a graded stakes placed performer as a two-year-old and comes from the immediate family of GI winners Hard No To Like and Firery Ensign.

“Ruby Lips is a great addition to our catalogue,” said Fasig-Tipton President Boyd Browning. “Rarely does a broodmare have a weekend like this with her two of her offspring winning impressively at the top levels. Her first foal is a multiple graded stakes earner of over $1,000,000 and set a new track record, while her current two-year-old is a stakes winner and Grade I-placed in just four starts. She's the complete package and in foal to the red-hot stallion Constitution.”

The entry is now available online and will also be available in the equineline sales catalogue app. Printed versions of the supplemental catalogue will be available on the sales grounds at sale time.

The Fasig-Tipton November Sale is scheduled to take place this Tuesday, Nov. 9 in Lexington, Kentucky and begins at 2 p.m.

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