The Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Two-Year-Olds in Training sale concluded on Tuesday, May 20 with solid numbers for the two-day sale.

While the average was down from a year ago, the larger catalogue saw 329 horses sell for $19,601,000. A total of 15 Maryland-bred juveniles were among those sold, for an average of $67,367, 13 percent higher than the sale's average of $59,578.

The top-priced Maryland-bred was the $180,000 More Than Ready colt bred by Sycamore Hall Farm LLC who sold to Bloom Racing Stable on the first day. On day two, a Dark Hollow Farm-bred and owned colt by Line of David out of Safe Journey, by Flatter, thus a half-brother to stakes winner Joy, sold to Gary Contessa for Wounded Warrior Stable for $100,000. The median price for the Maryland-bred 2-year-olds was $70,000, more than double that of the sale.

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