A quintet of yearlings from the first crop of Bodemeister, led by a $250,000 colt, sold for an average of $150,000 at the July 9 Fasig-Tipton July yearling sale in central Kentucky.
Grade 1 winner Bodemeister, who stood the 2015 season at WinStar for $30,000 live foal and is available this year for $15,000 for southern hemisphere time mares, had his top lot, hip No. 242, go to Scott and Evan Dilworth from the Michael and Julia O’Quinn consignment. The Kentucky-bred colt is out of the Deputy Minister mare Blossomed, who has produced three winners to date and is a half-sister to stakes winners Cinemine and Flick.
Candyland, agent, consigned hip No. 102, a filly who went to Crupi’s New Castle for $220,000. The filly is the first foal out of the multiple stakes winner Queen Greeley.
Eclipse Thoroughbreds was the winning bidder for hip No. 100, a colt consigned by Normandy Farm who is out of the stakes-winning Harlan’s Holiday mare P. S. U. Grad, a family that includes Hall of Famer Best Pal.
Bluewater Sales consigned hip No. 274, a colt that went to Superfine Farms for $125,000. He is out of a half-sister to multiple graded winner Request for Parole, who earned $1.3 million.
Bodemeister’s next yearlings scheduled to sale are at the Aug. 11 Saratoga Selected Yearlings sale and the Aug. 15-16 Saratoga New York Breds Preferred Yearlings sale.