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Tattersalls Mixed Sale Complete

Published: July 14, 2019 10:30 am ET

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The 2019 Tattersalls Summer Mixed Sale took place on Sunday (July 14) at the Meadowlands Racetrack in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

Celebrity Eventsy, a six-year-old daughter of Manofmanymissions, went through the sales ring as Hip 75 and was sold for $95,000. Staffan Lind and Sam Stathis have trained the bay throughout her career. Celebrity Eventsy is a bay out of the American Winner mare Little Ms Queenie. Celebrity Eventsy has compiled a slate of 17-17-9 from 70 career starts and has banked $640,708. She took her mark of 1:52.2 over The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono at age four. Celebrity Eventsy was purchased by Crawford Farms, via agent Susanne Lopez.

Top open pacer Mach It So, the winner of $2.85-million in career purse earnings and holder of a 1:48 mark, sold for $87,000. The nine-year-old Mach Three gelding has won 52 of his 164 career starts and has hit the board 96 times. Mach It So has won three of his 14 starts this season, hit the board eight times, and has banked $67,315 in 2019. Mach It So sold as Hip 83 and was purchased by his consignor, Preferred Equine Inc.

Ten-year-old broodmare Celebrity Lovin, who went through the ring with a Muscle Mass filly by her side, sold for $80,000. Celebrity Lovin won nine of her 84 career starts, hit the board 34 times and banked $96,192 in purses. She has produced three foals thus far in her broodmare career. Celebrity Lovin and her filly went through the ring as Hip 3 and were purchased by Crawford Farms, via agent Susanne Lopez.

Five-year-old Cantab Hall gelding Whether Or Not Fi sold for $72,000. After having raced overseas, the bay made his North American debut in 2019 and has raced to a seasonal record of 9-2-2 from 19 starts for trainer Linda Toscano. Whether Or Not Fi went through the ring as Hip 113 and was purchased by his consignor, Preferred Equine Inc., which was acting as agent.

Four-year-old Somebeachsomewhere gelding JK Wildfire, who recorded a nose win the night before the sale, sold for $66,000. The career winner of seven of 54 starts has finished on the board on 28 occasions. In his win the night before the sale, the bay lowered his mark to 1:49.2 with a solid closing effort. JK Widfire, who went through the ring as Hip 64, was purchased by Reginald Hazzard.

Eight-year-old Bettors Delight gelding Military Master A sold for $60,000. The bay has won 20 of his 69 career starts and has hit the board on 42 occasions. He made his North American debut in the summer of 2018 and recorded a victory in 1:51.2 over Saratoga Casino Hotel a day prior to the Sunday sale. Military Master A went through the sales ring as Hip 85 and was purchased by his current trainer, Lance Hudson.

Five-year-old American Ideal horse Sir Pugsley, who has won 20 of his 75 career starts, sold for $60,000. The bay lowered his mark to 1:49.2 over Harrah’s Philadelphia last year at four and has banked $284,710 in purses over the course of his career. He has won three of his 15 starts thus far in 2019 and has hit the board nine times this season. Sir Pugsley went through the ring as Hip 89 and was purchased by his consignor, Preferred Equine Inc., which was acting as agent.

Two-year-old filly Arden Hanover (Captaintreacherous—Allamerican Coed), who made her pari-mutuel debut last week at Harrah’s Philadelphia, was purchased for $55,000. The bay filly finished fifth in her debut and closed from the backfield after a Post 8 start. Arden Hanover, who went through the sales ring as Hip 13, was purchased by her consignor, the Northwood Bloodstock Agency.

Six-year-old Cantab Hall gelding Elysium Lindy, who has won 23 of his 114 career starts and hit the board 56 times, sold for $55,000. He had most recently been racing for Ron Burke and has banked $376,315 in career purses. Elysium Lindy went through the ring as Hip 79 and was purchased by Panic Stables.

Three-year-old Chapter Seven gelding Star Track Hanover, who was sold as a yearling for $125,000 in 2017, was sold during Sunday’s sale for $53,000. He has recorded one win thus far in his 14-race career – the victory was a head win in 1:55 at the Meadowlands Racetrack. Star Track Hanover went through the sale as Hip 50 and was purchased by Andy Miller and the Andy Miller Stable Inc.

Fashionwoodchopper, a four-year-old son of Donato Hanover that had most recently been raced by trainer Ron Burke, sold for $52,000. The brown horse out of the Muscles Yankee mare Woodshopper has won $430,976 in purses over his 34-race career. The former Pennsylvania Sire Stakes championship winner took his mark of 1:53 over the Red Mile as a two-year-old and also won divisions of the International Stallion and Bluegrass Stakes. Fashionwoodchopper went through the ring as Hip 62 and was purchased by Carmine Fusco.

Seven-year-old Justice Hall horse Call For Justice, a $590,507 career earner that had been racing for Ron Burke, sold for $50,000. The bay has had a knack for the board over the course of his career, as he has compiled a 43-17-14 slate from 114 starts. He took his mark of 1:52.4 over the Meadows at five and raced back to his mark earlier this month. Call For Justice went through the ring as Hip 73 and was purchased by Jeff Davis.

The full results from the sale can be accessed by clicking here.

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