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Wednesday, October 25, 2017
Denali Stud is gearing up for a big Keeneland November sale. We have some awesome mares and...
Wednesday, October 25, 2017
Denali Stud has four exciting, high quality mares on offer in the upcoming Fasig Tipton November...
Thursday, September 7, 2017
Denali Stud picks up another Grade 1 winner with BOLT D'ORO's Del Mar Futurity score
Fasig-Tipton New York Preferred Yearlings sales wrap
Monday, August 11, 2014
Buoyed by a quartet of six-figure horses, Denali Stud was once again a top seller at the Aug. 9-10 Fasig-Tipton Preferred Sale of New York-bred yearlings. Denali's finally tally with 13 horses selling through the ring was $904,000, second-highest number for all consignors.

Denali's top seller was hip No. 393, a colt from the first crop of Grade 2 winner Trappe Shot. The dark bay juvenile is the first foal out of Not A Peep, a half-sister to the multiple stakes winner Brigand and the stakes winner Sky Music. Capital Partners signed the winning ticket for $160,000.

Bradley Thoroughbreds LLC was the winning bidder at $140,000 for hip No. 292, a filly by Flatter who Denali consigned on behalf of Berkshire Stud and B. D. Gibbs Farm. The filly, the first foal out of Empress Josephine, by Empire Maker, comes from a stellar family that includes Arkansas Derby (G2) winner Private Emblem and Grade 2 Churchill Downs S. champ Central Banker.

Hip No. 459, also consigned for Berkshire, went to Bethel Cross Farms for $120,000. The filly is by Mineshaft out of Silence Please, the dam of the aforementioned Not A Peep.

Hip No. 515 was another Trappe Shot yearling, this one a filly bought, like hip No. 292, by Bradley Thoroughbreds LLC, for $105,000. The bay filly's dam is the multiple stakes-placed mare Two Times Won who earned nearly $200,000 on the racetrack.  

On the horizon next for Denali is the Sept. 8-21 Keeneland Yearling sale, with 135 horses cataloged. A full overview of the Keeneland consignment will be coming very soon on our website.
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