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Mares in foal to rookies bring solid prices in HB

November 09, 2017
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Two pacing mares in foal to world champion Always B Miki sold for solid prices during the mixed portion of the Standardbred Horse Sales Company's auction in Harrisburg, Pa., on Thursday.

Sea Cruise Hanover, an 8-year-old daughter of Dragon Again out of the No Nukes mare Sami Cam, was sold for $85,000 to Hickory Lane Horse Farm of Ohio. Sea Cruise Hanover, who is carrying her first foal, is a full sister to multiple stakes-winner Sutter Hanover. Northwood Bloodstock Agency was the consignor.

Megaball Hanover, also in foal to Always B Miki, sold for $82,000 to Cornerstone Stock Farm of Indiana. Megaball Hanover is a 4-year-old daughter of Western Terror out of the Matt’s Scooter mare Mary Mattgalane. She is a half-sister to multiple stakes-winners Meirs Hanover and Lady Mattgalane. Preferred Equine was the consignor.

Moonlight In Miami, a 6-year-old trotting mare in foal to Father Patrick, sold for $80,000 to Richard Arnold. Moonlight In Miami is a daughter of Muscles Yankee out of the Windsong’s Legacy mare Bedtime Song. Her second dam is Bold Dreamer. She was consigned by Concord Stud Farm.

Other notable sales of mares in foal to rookie sires included the trotter Pleasing Lady and pacer Jiminey Three. Pleasing Lady sold to Steve Stewart while Jiminey Three went to Daryl Miller, with each mare selling for $77,000.

Pleasing Lady, in foal to Bar Hopping, is an 11-year-old daughter of Cantab Hall out of the Mr Vic mare Victory Please. Her previous foals include this season’s New York Sire Stakes 2-year-old colt champion Six Pack (by Muscle Mass). Preferred Equine was the consignor.

Jiminey Three, who is in foal to Betting Line, is a 4-year-old daughter of Mach Three out of the The Panderosa mare Disneypan. She is a half-sister to stakes-winner Frontierpan, whose first foal was sold for $180,000 earlier in the week.

The Standardbred Horse Sale concludes Friday at the Pennsylvania State Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg.

For complete results visit The Black Book.

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