South Point Stars Shine at Fasig-Tipton November

South Point Sales sold a $325,000 weanling and two mares for a combined $1.1 million at the November 5 Fasig-Tipton November ‘Night of the Stars’ sale.

Hip #47, the first weanling ever through the ring by Claiborne Farm’s Mastery, was purchased by Larry Best (Oxo Equine LLC) for $325,000.

The impressive colt also represented a big score for Rockbridge Bloodstock client Brushy Hill Enterprises (Brian Moore). Rockbridge purchased the mare Native One on behalf of Brushy Hill for $75,000 carrying this foal at last year’s Keeneland November auction. Native One hails from the immediate family of Mitole, who gave the page a big boost with his sensational victory in the Breeders’ Cup Sprint (G1) three days prior.

Hip #47 – Mastery colt purchased for $325,000

Six of the 9 weanlings offered by South Point found new homes, including two negotiated by Mike Recio post-sale. Among the others is a Constitution colt hammered down to Red River Bloodstock for $100,000.

The only two mares offered by South Point also proved wildly popular with buyers.

Ms Bad Behavior (Hip #156) sold to Freyer Bloodstock for $600,000. Winner of the Ladies Turf S. (G3) at Kentucky Downs on September 9, she has an active family behind her. Her half-brother, One Bad Boy, was crowned Queen’s Plate champion over the summer. The daughter of Blame racked up over $500,000 while under the care of trainer Richard Baltas. She raced in the colors of Sayjay Racing LLC, Greg Hall and Brooke Hubbard.

G3 winner Ms Bad Behavior, purchased for $600,000

Another active Stakes winner, Zonda (Hip #218), was purchased by Live Oak Stud for $500,000. Longtime South Point Sales & Rockbridge Bloodstock client Matthew Schera purchased the Scat Daddy filly at the 2017 Fasig-Tipton Saratog Yearling sale for $155,000. She earned that back with a trio of victories in eight starts, including a romp in the $125,000 Maryland Millions Ladies Turf on October 19.

She’ll now raced in the famed colors of Charlotte Webers’ Live Oak Stud before joining the farm’s renowned broodmare band.

Stakes winner Zonda, purchased for $500,000
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