Fasig-Tipton 100th Saratoga Sale

Justify Yearlings Primed for the Saratoga Spotlight

The energy seems to be building by the hour now that the Fasig-Tipton Saratoga Select Sale yearlings are in place as buyers sift through the barns surrounding the famed Humphrey S. Finney Pavilion. There's much to look forward to in this 100th edition of the auction, including a sample of the highly-anticipated first crop of yearlings from Triple Crown champion Justify (Scat Daddy - Stage Magic, by Ghostzapper). With 10 sons and daughters of Justify currently slated to go through the sales ring, these youngsters represent the first book of...

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Fasig-Tipton Saratoga Moves into Cryptocurrency Realm

Fasig-Tipton has partnered with Crypto.com, a cryptocurrency company with the world's fastest-growing crypto app, and Swapp Protocol, a blockchain-based DeFi platform, to offer cryptocurrency payment and rewards services at the upcoming Saratoga Sale. Fasig-Tipton's select yearling sale, to be held Aug. 9-10, will be the first Thoroughbred auction to accept cryptocurrency as payment for equine purchases. Buyers who use cryptocurrency at Saratoga will receive cryptocurrency rewards with the buyer of the most expensive horse--paid with cryptocurrency--receiving one million SWAPP tokens, which are exchangeable for various fiat and cryptocurrencies. "As Fasig-Tipton...

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Fasig-Tipton Unveils 100th Saratoga Sale Logo

Fasig-Tipton released its official logo for the company's 100th annual Saratoga Selected Yearlings Sale, which will be held Aug. 10-11 in Saratoga Springs. The logo combines both traditional and modern elements of the sale's branding through the years. The sale's name is presented in the traditional letters that were featured on the front cover of Saratoga catalogs from 1963-2008. This red and white version of the Fasig-Tipton seal has been used on all Saratoga Sale covers since 2009--a look that pays tribute to the red and white color scheme of...

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