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Ohio-Bred Tops Final Session Of Lexington Selected

Published: October 7, 2017 10:32 pm ET

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Ohio-sired Roughcut, Hip 608, recorded the highest price tag on the closing night of the sale Saturday, October 7, selling for $300,000 to S S G Stables.

Consigned by Hunterton Sales Agency, Roughcut, sired by McArdle, is the first foal for Red River Hanover mare Miss Scarlett, who earned $518,539 in her three-year campaign. Miss Scarlett is also a half sister to Ticket To Rock, who earned over $1-million racing through her five-year-old season.

The second-largest sale of the session was for Fred The Bread, another Ohio-bred, going for $115,000 to Perry Soderberg, an agent for Al Libfeld. From the first crop of Uncle Peter, Fred The Bread is the second foal from the Andover Hall mare Bavarde, a half-sister to world-champion Italian trotter Farifant, who has earned $839,754.

The final session saw 87 enter the sales ring, collecting $2,341,000 in sales, an average of about $27,000 a yearling.

More than $36 million in sales have been generated from the 622 horses sold over the five days of the sale. The average sale price of the entire sale was about $57,877.

To look back at the catalog and the results of the Lexington Selected Sale, click on the following links:

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