Catalogue for The November Sale Now Online
Fasig-Tipton has catalogued 259 entries for The November Sale, the company’s selected mixed sale to be held in Lexington, Kentucky on Tuesday, November 9. The single-session sale will begin at 2 pm.
“Eclipse Champions, Breeders’ Cup winners, millionaires, graded producers, and selected weanlings – it’s all on offer again at our November Sale this year,” said Fasig-Tipton President Boyd Browning. “This year’s catalogue is arguably one of the deepest we have had in recent memory, with 45 graded stakes winners or producers, 30 of which are grade 1.”
“We are particularly excited about the variety of offerings in this year’s sale, which should have significant appeal to breeding and racing operations from every part of the globe.“
The sale will begin with 135 weanlings, selected on pedigree and conformation, before transitioning into racing and broodmare prospects and in foal mares as evening falls.
“The quality of this catalogue – offered in a single, spectacular evening session – makes our November Sale one of the more singularly important and exciting events on the Thoroughbred auction calendar,” continued Browning. “We look forward to showcasing the sport’s finest Thoroughbreds to the world after the Breeders’ Cup.”
The Enhanced Catalogue provides up-to-date catalogue pages, Daily Racing Form past performances, and race replays; an Alan Porter pedigree analysis and five-cross pedigrees for all racing/broodmare prospects and broodmares; stallion register pages for all sires of weanlings and covering sires; as well as other tools to aid prospective buyers. All Grade 1 winning females off the racetrack or carrying their first foals will also be profiled with individual feature videos.
Print catalogues will be available beginning October 14. The catalogue will also be available via the Equineline sales catalogue app.
Online bidding and phone bidding will be available.
The November Sale will also offer a supplemental catalogue once again. Fasig-Tipton will accept selected entries for the supplement through the Breeders’ Cup.
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