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Timing counts when you're in the Thoroughbred sales business, and race results from this past weekend couldn't have been more timely for Ocala Breeders' Sales upcoming October Yearlings Sale.
Unlike her conqueror Enable, Arc runner-up Sea of Class has been on the go since her debut at the Craven meeting in April and it has been decided she has done enough for the year, with the plan to keep her in training in 2019.
A half sister to a stakes winner was purchased by David Hicks for $17,500 to top the Oct. 7 Mixed Sale conducted by the Ohio Thoroughbred Breeders and Owners at Majestic Farm near Batavia, Ohio.
Jump Sucker Stable's French-bred Blacktype proved once again that age is just a number Oct. 8, running gate-to-wire at Belmont Park to win his second consecutive Knickerbocker Stakes (G2T).
Trainer Jorge Abreu saddled his first Keeneland winner this spring, and will be gunning for his first stakes victory at the Lexington track Oct. 10 when he sends out two runners in the $200,000 JPMorgan Chase Jessamine (G2T).
With no shortage of connections in Argentina for Ignacio Correas IV, where his family has been breeding top horses since the 1870s, those ties supplied the North American-based trainer with his first grade 1 winner.