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An Audible filly bred by The Elkstone Group LLC was the only one of the three Maryland-breds catalogued to sell at Fasig-Tipton Kentucky’s The July Sale on Tuesday, July 12, and she exceeded six figures.
 
Talla Racing and Rockingham Ranch, Sweetwater Trading, agent, bid $125,000 for the dark bay filly from her sire’s first crop consigned by Brookdale Sales agent. Born January 27, she is the second foal out of the stakes-winning Miss Freeze, by Frost Giant. Her winning second dam Reata’s Vixen is a half-sister to nine-time stakes winner Royal Currier, an earner of $869,569.
 
 
The July Sale was the first yearling sale on the 2022 U.S. calendar. Up next is The Saratoga Sale of select yearlings in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., on Aug. 8-9. Six Maryland-breds are in this year’s catalogue, by sires Bolt d’Oro, Candy Ride (Arg), City of Light, Mendelssohn, Munnings and Uncle Mo, and include a half-brother to Whereshetoldmetogo and a full sister to 2020 Maryland-bred champion older mare Never Enough Time. 
 
The catalogue for the Saratoga sale is online at https://www.fasigtipton.com/2022/The-Saratoga-Sale#/

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