This year’s Maryland Horse Breeders Association Yearling Show champion, a Bernardini filly out of the Not For Love mare Mystic Love, sold for $100,000 at Fasig-Tipton’s Selected Yearlings Showcase, held Sept. 9-10 in Lexington, Ky.

YrlngShowChampThe second foal for her multiple stakes-winning dam Mystic Love, the bay filly was consigned by Bill Reightler for GreenMount Farm and purchased for $100,000 by Frank Brothers, agent for StarLadies and Mathis.

Bred by GreenMount in partnership with Godolphin, the filly won Class IV (for Maryland-bred fillies by out-of-state sires) at the yearling show, before going on to be crowned champion by judge Michael Matz. She was shown by Sabrina Moore, co-owner and manager of GreenMount, who also accompanied the filly to the sale.

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