Dontmesswithjoanne Tops Fasig-Tipton May Digital Sale

Fasig-Tipton’s May Digital Sale closed Tuesday with 34 lots sold for $1,402,700, bringing an average of $41,255. Offerings consisted of breeding stock, including mares with foals at foot, horses of racing age, and yearlings. Five sold for six figures and nine sold for $50,000 or more.

“The May Digital Sale was unbelievably strong,” said Leif Aaron, Director of Digital Sales. “We sold all types of horses and sold them well, averaging more than $40,000. The depth of buyers for the Digital sales continues to grow, with more than 300 users registered to bid this time around.”

Among the sale’s top results were Dontmesswithjoanne (Pioneerof the Nile), who sold for $210,000 to Good Luck Farm from the consignment of Simms Bloodstock, agent. The stakes winner from the immediate family of GISWs Stellar Jayne (Wild Rush) and Starrer (Dynaformer) sold with her 2023 filly by Not This Time. Another top lot was Karakontie Flyer (Karakontie {Jpn}), offered with her 2023 colt by Upstart and bred to Vekoma for 2024, who sold for $200,000 to HMA from the consignment of Mullholland Farm, agent. Karakontie Flyer is a half-sister to GISWs Pretty City Dancer (Tapit)–dam of this year’s GI Kentucky Oaks winner Pretty Mischievous (Into Mischief)–and Lear’s Princess (Lear Fan). Rounding out the top three was Cornice Traverse (Malibu Moon), offered carrying her first foal to Good Magic for 2024. From the immediate family of MGISW Colonel John (Tiznow), she sold for $190,000 to Champion Equine LLC from the consignment of River Oak Farm LLC.

Complete results are available online.

The next Fasig-Tipton Digital sale will be the August Digital Sale, which runs from Aug. 24-28.

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