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Bodacious Tops Day 1 At Harrisburg

Published: November 4, 2013 8:44 pm ET

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The opening session of the Harrisburg Yearling Sale is officially in the books, and it was a day of strong numbers thanks in part to a $355,000 sale topper named Bodacious.

Sold as Hip 194, the daughter of Somebeachsomewhere out of the 100% producer, Silky, went to Chris Oakes of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. Bodacious is a half-sister to the multiple stakes winner, Malicious (1:50.1 - $780,859), and Ms Malicious (1:51.4 - $351,963).

Hip 89 Canepa Hanover was acquired for $300,000 by Jimmy Takter of East Windsor, New Jersey. The Muscle Hill-Cressida colt is a half-brother to Triple Crown winner Glidemaster (1:51.1 - $1,968,701).

Hip 202 Honey Im Home also sold for $300,000. John Cancelliere of Clark, New Jersey signed the sales slip on the Well Said-Sweet Future colt. He’s a half-brother to Breeders Crown winners Bettor Sweet (1:47.2 - $2,782,353) and Sweet Lou (1:47.4 - $1,975,821).

Hip 155 Way Bay Hanover was snared for $270,000 by Four Friends Racing of Moorestown, New Jersey. The Somebeachsomewhere-Western Duel colt has a long list of stakes-winning siblings including Westwardho Hanover (1:49.1 - $689,408), Woodstock Hanover (1:50.1 - $445,327) and Whackamole Hanover (1:49 - $439,896).

Hip 108 Katniss was purchased by Mario Mazza of New Hope, Pennsylvania for $260,000. The Credit Winner-Armbro Deja Vu filly is a full sister to Dejarmbro (1:52.2 - $1,137,285).

The 218 horses in Monday’s opening session had gross sales of $14,197,000 and an average sale price of $65,124. Last year’s opening day session saw 239 go through the ring for gross sales totaling $12,830,500 for an average of $53,684.

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