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Galleria Daughters Hot In Harrisburg

Published: November 8, 2018 5:14 pm ET

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The opening session of the Standardbred Horse Sales Co.'s mixed sale was highlighted by a pair of sought-after siblings in foal to harness racing's fastest horse.

Gallie Bythe Beach, a seven-year-old pacing mare in foal to Always B Miki, was the top seller Thursday (Nov. 8) session of the Standardbred Horse Sale’s two-day mixed sale. She was purchased for $280,000 by Hanover Shoe Farms.

A daughter of Somebeachsomewhere out of the mare Galleria, the stakes-winning Gallie Bythe Beach earned $755,745 during her career. She retired in 2016. Her dam was a Dan Patch Award winner in 1998 and 1999 and added an O’Brien Award in 2000. The family also includes mares Gallic Sea and Gallie Beach, who joined Gallie Bythe Beach on Thursday’s top-sellers list.

Gallic Sea, a full sister to Gallie Bythe Beach, was purchased by Shmuel Farhi of London, Ont. for $157,000, which was the day’s third-highest price. The four-year-old mare is also in foal to Always B Miki.

Gallie Beach, a four-year-old by Somebeachsomewhere out of stakes-winner Western Gallie, sold for $110,000 to Fair Winds Farm. She also is in foal to Always B Miki. Her dam is a half-sister to Gallie Bythe Beach. Gallie Beach’s price tied for the day’s fourth highest.

Coming in at No. 2 on Thursday was three-year-old trotting filly Danish Girl, who was purchased for $170,000 by Karen Carroll of Shedden, Ont. Danish Girl is a daughter of Credit Winner out of Steamy Windows and a half-sister to undefeated Breeders Crown champion Gimpanzee. She is in foal to Muscle Mass.

Rounding out the top five at $110,000 was four-year-old pacing mare Kate Is Well Said. The mare is a daughter of Well Said out of stakes-winner Just Wait Kate. The family also includes Dan Patch Award-winner Kikikatie. Kate Is Well Said is in foal to Captaintreacherous.

One other mare, four-year-old trotter Pure Kemp, reached six figures. She was purchased for $100,000 by agent Bjorn “Bernie” Noren. Pure Kemp is a daughter of Muscle Hill out of Ally Hall. The family includes O’Brien Award-winner Amigo Hall. Pure Kemp is in foal to Walner.

All of the six-figure sellers were consigned by Preferred Equine.

Among stallion shares sold Thursday, two shares in Muscle Hill were purchased for $150,000 and $135,000 by Steve Stewart and Fair Winds Farm, respectively. Both shares were consigned by Preferred Equine.

One Chapter Seven stallion share sold for $140,000 to Steve Jones and one Captaintreacherous share sold for $125,000 to Tim Klemencic of Trenton, Ont. The Chapter Seven share was consigned by Steiner Stock Farm and the Captaintreacherous share was consigned by Preferred Equine.

A stallion share for pacer Lazarus N sold for $50,000 to Urie Byler. The share was donated to the Standardbred Retirement Foundation by Duncan Taylor of Taylor Made Sales and Stallions and Mike Gulotta of Deo Volente Farms. Lazarus N will stand at Deo Volente for the 2019 breeding season.

The Standardbred Horse Sale concludes Friday with the second session of the mixed sale at the Pennsylvania State Farm Show Complex.

For complete results, click one of the following links:

Thursday Results - Black Book 2

Thursday Averages - Black Book 2

(with files from USTA)


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