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Dome Filly Tops NM-Bred Thoroughbred Yearling Sale
RSS Feeds Sunday, August 21, 2011
Dome's Victory, a chestnut filly by the unraced Storm Cat stallion Dome, sold for $75,000 to top the New Mexico-Bred Thoroughbred Yearling Sale at the Ruidoso Horse Sale Pavilion on Saturday.

Dome's Victory was consigned by Double LL Farms at Bosque, New Mexico, and the filly was acquired by William R. Hatchett of Texas. Her half sister, the In Excessive Bull filly Excessive Victory, earned $102,928 from four races, and her three wins included the $125,000 La Senora Handicap (R) at Sunland Park in 2009.

Five yearlings sold for $30,000 – Gold Change (c, Gold Case-Pretty Suzi by Dixie Brass), consigned by Mesa Vista Stud and acquired by Joe Dee Brooks, Lee Lewis, and Dale Taylor; an unnamed colt (Minister Eric-H R Hennessy by Hennessy), consigned by Crystal Springs Farm and acquired by Glenn Berry, Monty Brooks, Rodney Brooks, and Don Reid; an unnamed filly (Dome-In Excessive Play by In Excessive Bull), consigned by Double LL Farms, acquired by Andres Gonzalez; Maruka's Best (f, Devon Lane-Maruka by Two Punch), consigned by TNL Farm Inc. and acquired by Joe Dee Brooks, Lee Lewis, Ted Rushing, and Dale Taylor; and an unnamed colt (Silver Season-Smooching by Sunday Minister), consigned by TNL Farm Inc. and acquired by J & SM Inc.

Complete coverage of the sale will appear in the October issue of the New Mexico Horse Breeders magazine.

For a complete sale results sheet, click here.

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