Equine Sales of Louisiana

Sale of horses from Louisiana

Horse sales of Louisiana - Louisiana Thoroughbred Breeders Association Classy John (Songandaprayer), a two-year-old stallion, has a rather interesting history on screen, but it's even more than you think. An $12,000 horse sale of Louisiana buy in May off just one canter shipping Valene farms-owned Dallas Stewart apprentice to Saratoga last Saturday to rave through six lenghts at 12-1 odds amid a Typically Strong GI Travers S. Days debut lightweight (video replay).

This Louisiana breeder defeated an expensive group, beating an $800,000 $2-year-old and a $650,000 annual, as well as several fashionable home breeds. John Classy was certainly an exquisite value buy, but as it turns out he was not a deliberate one. The third filly is Classy John and the first to come out of Kitty's Got Class (Old Forester), who won her first three rounds, two of which were stages, as a teenager at Woodbing.

One time in Stewart's programme, Classy gave John some clues that he was a good steed, but he really attracted the coach's interest after flying through five panel in one ball :58. Both Valene and Stewart already had another rider for the map in last year's GI Hopeful S. third Givemeaminit (Star Guitar), who finished 8th in GI H. Allen Jerkens.

Admittedly Stewart wondered before the start if his choice to bring Classy John to the Spa was the right one. Working quickly doesn't necessarily mean racing quickly, but Stewart was optimistic that Classy John was capable. On Sunday morn Classy John sent GI Champagne S back to Kentucky, but will probably be back in New York on October 6th. He is not a Breeders' Cup nominee.

Classy John was called after Valene's sire John Valene, who died last Tuesday at the tender age of 100. Having competed in the Canterbury Park race just a few short months ago, John Valene brought the familiy into motorsport for the first time in the early 1960''s when he took on a mount that Murray Valene says won his next seven heats.

Later Murray Valene's interest in race riding increased significantly, and at some point in his career about 140 horse were in practice at Valene Farms. It is also linked to the Clear Creek Stud of Louisiana, where it shares the land on which it is located. Most of the horse breeding in Louisiana has been done by valene, among them champion in Minnesota and Illinois.

A Louisiana-based Midnight Lute subsidiary was resold on Monday for $77,000 to outperform the Equine Sales Company 2-Year-Olds in Training and Horse of Racing Age Sales in Opelousas, Louisiana. Nite Jean, the bestseller, went to the celebrity southwestern proprietor Carl Moore from the delivery of Pike Racing, Agents.

Maifohlen worked on Sunday in:10 1/5 an eight kilometer, just a check mark for the quickest period of:10 laid down by a horse team. Second highest prize was $65,000 for an approved Louisiana breed from the first harvest of Sum of the Parts. Mare out of stake champion La Salle Glory worked:10 shallow and went to J. Stevens Bloodstock, Assistant, out of the show by Ricky Courville, Assistant.

Half Ours, an Louisiana stallion, bought himself for $55,000 after working :10 2/5. Altogether 42 of 61 stallions were purchased for a price of 733,400 dollars. Two six-digit sales fuelled this auctions, among them a $110,000 flat -out foal called Special Blessing.

She just won the $75,000 Equine Sales Oaks last Friday. This year there were two race aged stallions that earned a combined 6,700 dollars. "Sales last year were our best ever and we knew it would be difficult to achieve those results, but I'm glad we got quite close," said Foster Bridewell, Sales Director.

The Equine Sales Company has two more sales this year with the Consignor Select Annual Sales on September 6 and the Open Annual and Mixed Sales on October 28. {Opelousas, Louisiana - May 7, 2018} - A horse team worked an eight kilometer in : 10 dwellings during the Sunday Windshow for the 2-year training of the Equine Sales Company and the sales of race age horse.

On Monday, 7 May, at 13.00, the 73 pieces catalogue will be auctioned in Opelousas, Louisiana. Among the three quickest working Hip 18 stallions was a mare by the name of Sallee Sumthing from the first harvest of Sum of the Parts. The Louisiana mare, approved by Ricky Courville Sales, an Agent, comes from the Lit de Justice mare La Salle Glory, whose four colts are all champions at the races.

Will be handed over by Twin Oaks Training Center, Agents. The completion of the runners' triad at:10am was a Louisiana breeder certified by Yes It's Truest. Pike Racing, Agen, is consigning the colt from Cute Cadet, an officer's mare on duty, whose other recorded offspring has not yet started.

Students who complete the sales will be entitled to the $75,000 Equine Sales Oaks and $75,000 Equine Sales Derby to be held at Evangeline Downs next year. 2018 race spending was conducted early this week with Coteau Grove Farms LLC's Special Blessing, a Flat Out filli who last year set a sales record of $110,000 from the delivery of Pike Racing, who won the Oaks, and Four Star Racing's Double Star, a $9,200 Star Guitar broodmare out of the delivery of Clear Creek Stud last year who took the Derby.

OPELOUSAS, LA - Four Star Racing's double star won the first ever event of his professional life at Evangeline Downs in the $75,000 Equine Sales Derby on Saturday evening. In both corners of the track Doppel Star had to conquer the distance. At the end of the track he was able to pass the early leader.

In the Equine Sales Derby, the winning team was announced as the favourite with balanced cash. Doubles Star payed $4. 20 to show for winning, $2. 80 to place and $2. 20 to show for showing. Dopple Star is a 3 year old stallion foal sired in Louisiana by Thomas Edward Vinci and Bill Mayfield. It is by Star Guitar and comes from the Stormy Atlantic Stute Bond Queen.

With three victories in his 10-race carrier and a $45,000 wallet in first place, Doubles Star has now raised his life gain to $110,820. On Wednesday evening Protesteline Downs will start the Nine Races programme again. OPELOUSAS, LA - Special Blessing, held by Coteau Grove Farms, LLC and educated by Bret Calhoun, won the first ever stack of her five-breed carrier in the $75,000 Equine Sales Oaks at evangeline Downs on Friday evening.

Blessing was sitting close to a very low tempo, determined by an 18-1 girl Bella Cajun and Yes Gorgeous, who was the only girl on the pitch to celebrate several wins on Friday evening. She and Yes Gorgeous continued through the track before Blessing brought her 1-3/4 length rivals to victory in a 1:40 finish against her.

Blessing brought $4. 60 to winn, $2. 80 to place and $2. 40 to show. Blessing is a 3 year old mare foal by J. Adcock, born in Louisiana. Blessing has now won two of her five life beginnings and the $45,000 wallet in first place has increased her life gain to $85,930.

On Saturday there will be a nine-race programme with EVANGLINE DOWN to restart operations. Introduced on the Saturday ticket is the $75,000 Equine Sales Derby with the Double Star, which is shown as the favourite in the eighth grid with 5-2 hours in the mornings. It will also offer the simulation of the 144th Kentucky Derby of Churchill Downs at around 17:50, and the life driving programme will begin soon thereafter.

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