Tip Top Cat Sells For $330,000

Tip Top Cat winning at Woodbine Mohawk Park
Published: October 3, 2022 02:15 pm EDT

Two-year-old pacing colt Tip Top Cat, a Metro Pace elimination winner, sold for more than $300,000 in an online auction on Monday afternoon (Oct. 3).

Tip Top Cat brought a winning bid of $330,000 from Mark Weaver of Pennsylvania on Monday, selling via onGait.com.

Trained by Gregg McNair, the son of Always B Miki out of Western Top Cat defeated Tickertape Hanover and the eventual Metro Pace champion Stockade Seelster in a career-best 1:50.1 effort in the Sept. 17 eliminations at Woodbine Mohawk Park. He sports a career record reading 2-2-0 from seven starts with $45,000 in earnings.

Tip Top Cat will enter the Ron Burke stable after being sold by the partnership of Scott Horner of Toronto, Ont. and Timothy Murray of Shawville, Que.

Also on Monday, Captain Mccrae p,2,1:54f, a two-year-old son of Huntsville, was sold by Ted Wier of New York for $42,200 to Thomas Mucci of Pennsylvania, and Baker Time 3,1:56.4f went to Dan Ross of Ohio for $27,000. Owner/trainer Deb Swartz of Ohio was the seller of the Long Tom three-year-old.

(With files from onGait.com)

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