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Thoroughbred Devon Lane Filly Tops NM-Bred Yearling Sale
RSS Feeds Sunday, August 22, 2010
An unnamed Thoroughbred filly by Devon Lane was sold for $53,500 on Saturday, topping the two-day New Mexico-Bred Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse Yearling Sale at Ruidoso Downs.

Consigned by Richard Brunacini and Kay Thurman, the gray or roan filly was acquired by J.W. Wolslager Jr. She is one of 11 foals produced by Lilac’s Star, a winning and stakes-placed daughter of Deputy Minister who has foaled nine winners and the earners of $847,468 from nine starters.

The filly’s half sister, Queen Of Millbrook, is a daughter of Distinctive Pro who won the 1997 Lady Finger Stakes (R) and ’98 New York Oaks (R) at Finger Lakes. Another of her half siblings, the Giant’s Causeway gelding Titan Of Industry, ran third in the listed $105,000 Laurel Futurity at Laurel Racecourse in 2007.

Devon Lane is a winning 17-year-old stallion by Storm Cat. His 10 crops have earned more than $7.1 million and include 10 stakes winners.

The sale topper of the Quarter Horse portion of the sale, Comanche Moon, was acquired by Jack Dacyk of British Columbia, Canada, on Friday. Dacyk paid $35,000 for the colt by freshman sire Get Down Perry on Friday. Comanche Moon’s second dam, Fabulous Form, is a 16-year-old Grade 1-winning daughter of Rare Form and the 1997 AQHA champion 3-year-old filly.

More complete coverage of the sale will appear in the next issue of the New Mexico Horse Breeder magazine. For complete sale results, visit

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