Next week at the OBS June 2-Year-Olds and Horses of Racing Age sale nine juveniles from DEMARCHELIER’s (GB) first crop are set to represent their sire in one of the final juvenile sales of the season.
The only son of Dubawi (Ire) standing in Kentucky, DEMARCHELIER (GB) has proven popular this juvenile sales season with his eight to go through the ring bringing up to $230,000 with an average over 17-times his stud fee.
|Navas Equine, Agt
|Pic Three Bertie
|Little Farm Equine LLC, Agt
|All Dreams Equine
|Kinsman Farm, Agt
|Omar Ramirez Bloodstock, Agt
|Woodside Ranch, Agt
|Horse Chestnut (SAF)
|Top Line Sales LLC, Agt
|Cape Blanco (IRE)
|McKathan Bros. Sales, Agt
|Ocala Stud, Agt
The second through the ring for DEMARCHELIER (GB) is Hip 239, named Where’s The Wayya, out of the winning mare Pic Three Bertie. The dam of three winners from three to race, her foals include the six-time winning Earnednevergiven. the colt’s second through eighth dams have all produced stakes performers with five of them producing stakes winners.
Out of the Grade 3-winning Thunder Bertie, Pic Three Bertie is a half-sister to the stakes winning Ballard of Bertie and Chef Bertie, who produced two stakes performers herself. Pic Three Bertie also has a DEMARCHELIER (GB) yearling filly as well.
Hip 261 bred by Troy Rankin and consigned by All Dreams Equine is the first foal out of an unraced half-sister to the multiple stakes winner and multiple Grade 1-placed Wonder Gal.
That mare produced last year’s Champion 2-Year-Old Filly Wonder Wheel. Their stakes winning granddam Gal on the Go is also the dam of multiple graded stakes winner Social Queen, who also produced Grade 1 winner Force The Pass. This is also the extended family of Grade 1 winner Perfect Drift with each of this colt’s first six dams with foals of racing age all producing at least one stakes winner.
Kinsman Farm sends Hip 288 through the ring midway through the first day of selling.
Bred by Don Robinson and Allen Schubert, the filly comes from a proven stakes family as a daughter of Group 3 winner and multiple Group 1 placed Quiet Royal. That mare’s three winners include the Grade 3 winner Quiet Force.
Quiet Royal isn’t a one-off for her family on either the racetrack or producing front as a full sister to Group 3 winner Acago and half-sister to Group 3 winner Sandwaki. Acago produced Group 3 winner Xenobia herself while their winning dam Wakigoer is a half-sister to Grade 1 winners Dare and Go and Go Deputy.
In all, each of the filly’s first nine dams have produced stakes winners with many of their daughters and granddaughters doing the same.
Hip 462 from Woodside Ranch is a half-brother to the multiple stakes placed Circle Back Jack. That runner is the first out of their dam Sucat.
Sucat herself is a half-sister to stakes winner The Reds and Grade 2 placed Zee Drop. Her Grade 2 placed dam is also a half-sister to Grade 1 winner Wickedly Perfect and stakes winner Wicked Mizz. Both of those mares produced stakes performers with Wickedly Perfect the dam of Grade 2 winner Hartley and another winning half-sister the dam of Grade 3 winner Bees and Honey.
Kicking off on June 13 at 10:00a.m. ET, the sale runs through June 15 with the Under Tack show taking place from June 5 to June 10 with each of those sessions starting at 7:30am.