Big numbers for More Than Ready at KEE
Monday, April 07, 2014

The Keeneland April 2-years-olds in Training Sale marked another auction highlight for More Than Ready as the WinStar stallion's two offerings were both top-10 sellers at the prestigious one-day auction on April 7.

Hip No. 11, a filly offered by Niall Brennan, agent, went for $400,000 to Three Chimneys Farm, agent. The filly is out of the multiple stakes winner Miss Seffens and is a full sister to More Than Real, winner of the 2010 Breeders Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf (G2).

Hip No. 96 brought a winning bid of $310,000 from Rockingham Ranch. The bay colt was consigned by Wavertree Stables, Inc. and is out of the multiple graded stakes-winning mare Elusive Diva.

More Than Ready had his first Grade 1 winner of 2014 this past Saturday when the 3-year-old filly Room Service won Keeneland's Ashland S., a key prep for the May 2 Kentucky Oaks (G1).

An international sire -- More Than Ready sales results from the Inglis Easter Sale in Sydney, Australia


Recognized as a top international sire, More Than Ready had five horses bring at least $300,000 during day one of the 2014 Australian Easter Yearling Sale, held in Sydney, Australia. A capsule of the results are here:

Hip 151 (More Than Ready x Personify) filly - $750,000 purchased by Dean Hawthorne Bloodstock (New Zealand)
Hip 129 (More Than Ready x Mystically) filly - $450,000 purchased by Shadwell Australasia (Australia)
Hip 136 (More Than Ready x November Flight) colt - $300,000 purchased by D Raphael (Hong Kong)
Hip 157 (More Than Ready x Pravana) colt - $300,000 purchased by Gai Waterhouse, James Harron, Round Table Racing (Australia)
Hip 166 (More Than Ready x Purrpurrlena) filly - $300,000 purchased by Shadwell Australasia (Australia)

Complete Inglis auction results can be found here.

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