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2021 Fasig-Tipton Kentucky Winter Mixed Consignment

Founded in 2014, South Point Sales has quickly emerged as one of the most successful and respected consignors in the thoroughbred industry.

At the 2021 Keeneland January auction, South Point Sales exceeded sale average for yearlings and the yearling & broodmare clearance rates. Among the yearlings sold was a $185,000 Nyquist colt, highest by that sire from six sold.

At the 2020 Fasig-Tipton Kentucky Yearlings Showcase South Point sold a $510,00 Nyquist colt and a $500,000 filly by Kingman (GB). Only one Nyquist yearling sold for more in 2020 and the Kingman filly is the highest priced-priced yearling ever sold for a by her sire in North America.

Over the past six years at the Keeneland September yearling auction, South Point has SOLD 81% of hips offered well above the sale clearance rate of 74%. Over the same period, South Point has also exceeded the Keeneland November clearance rate by selling 84% of mares offered.

At the 2019 Fasig-Tipton November auction South Point Sales sold highest-price first crop weanling by Mastery for $325,000, along with a pair of racing/broodmare prospects for a combined $1.1 million.

Recent South Point Sales grads include:
Proud Emma, winner of the 2020 Bayakoa S. (G3)
She’s the Berries, Sovereign Award Finalist & multiple stakes winner/graded-placed earner of $336,580
Deviant, winner of the El Joven S. & Sunday Silence Stakes.
Stubbins, course record winner of the G2 Woodford Stakes.
Shekky Shebaz, winner of the Lucky Coin S. at Saratoga.

The latter three all made the starting gate at the 2019 Breeders’ Cup with Shekky Shebaz and the fast-closing Stubbins finished 3rd & 4th in the fastest-ever edition of the Turf Sprint.

Please visit our Testimonials page for more insight and perspective from our clients.

For sales representation please contact Mike Recio at 859-221-1809 or via email at mike@southpointky.com

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