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Banner Year for Darby Dan Keeneland Grads
RSS Feeds Monday, October 15, 2012

Among the top five consignors by average in Book 1 at Keeneland September and among the nation's top seven consignors of U.S. Graded stakes winners from Keeneland sales, Darby Dan looks forward to continuing its successful trend at Keeneland November.

At Keeneland September, the Darby Dan consignment to the elite opening session averaged $455,000, fifth best among all consignors with two or more yearlings sold.

At the races this year, Darby Dan consignments have produced three U.S. Graded stakes winners from Keeneland Sales, seventh best among all consignors in the nation.

Darby Dan will once again have strong representation at the upcoming Keeneland Breeding Stock Sale.

Weanlings on offer include a colt by America's #1 Freshman Sire Spring At Last, a filly from the first crop by Champion Lookin At Lucky, as well as other weanlings by Arch, City Zip, Congrats, Discreet Cat, Henrythenavigator, Indian Charlie, Lemon Drop Kid, Majestic Warrior, Midshipman, Offlee Wild, Songandaprayer, Successful Appeal, Take of Ekati, etc.

Mares on offer include those in foal to Champions Uncle Mo, Lookin At Lucky, Big Brown, Gio Ponti, and Street Sense.