Lonewolf Currier tops Blooded Horse Sale
February 11, 2016
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In spite of the cold, bidding was hot for racehorses and broodmares at the 53rd annual Winter Blooded Horse Sale in Delaware, Ohio. Classy Open pacer Lonewolf Currier topped the two-day sale at $37,000. Consigned by Rene Allard, the handsome son of The Panderosa was purchased by Frenchy Fuller of Ohio. Hot on his heels was the striking brown trotter Marzipan at $31,000. Consigned by Mark Goldberg, agent, the ultra-consistent son of Chocolatier was hammered down to Frank Chick of Delaware.
Spring Haven Farm was the consigning agent on a pair of popular pacers from Pompano Park. Both solid conditioned competitors, Manhattan Benn was purchased by A Piece Of The Action of California for $24,000 and Sir Jake's Z Tam went to Robert Lasky, agent for $15,000. The winning $17,000 conditioned claiming trotter Charming Charlie moved to Joe Seekman's barn on a $19,000 bid.
Good broodmares were in equally high demand with the Deweycheatumnhowe filly Affair Hall topping that division at $35,000. In foal to Uncle Peter, the granddaughter of the great Amour Angus was purchased by Rob McNiven of Canada. White Birch Farm sent a nice consignment that was led by Delighted Again, in foal to A Rocknroll Dance, for $18,000. Larry Miller of Ohio signed the ticket for the Bettor's Delight mare. A pair of half-sisters to My Little Dragon, Pretty Major and My Little Art, went respectively to Kenneth Slabach and Jim Ladwig for $17,000 each.
Visit BloodedHorse.com for complete sale results. The Blooded Horse Spring Sale is May 9 with entries closing April 11. (Blooded Horse Sale)