July 9th, 2015

$335,000 BLAME Colt at Fasig-Tipton July

At the one-day Fasig-Tipton July Sale, a bay colt from the third crop of Champion and Breeders’ Cup Classic-G1 winner BLAME brought a final bid of $335,000, the second highest priced colt of the sale. Hip 99, bred in Kentucky by Ben Sangster and consigned to the sale by owner First Finds, the March 13th foal out of the Deputy Minister mare Private Opinion, was purchased by Ellen M. Charles. This colt was the only BLAME cataloged and was the highest price yearling by a second crop sire.

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