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Top Sellers Bring $35,000 During First Night of NM Yearling Sale
RSS Feeds Saturday, August 21, 2010
Comanche Moon, a sorrel Quarter Horse colt by Get Down Perry, was sold for $35,000 on Friday, the first night of the New Mexico-Bred Yearling Sale at Ruidoso Downs.

Consigned by Randy and Linda Schalla of Tularosa, New Mexico, Comanche Moon was acquired by Jack Dacyk of British Columbia, Canada. The colt is part of the first crop of foals from Get Down Perry, a winning 8-year-old son of champion Mr Jess Perry who ran second in the 2006 Vessels Maturity (G1) at Los Alamitos.

Comanche Moon’s dam, the winning Pritzi Dash mare Dashing Fabulous, was bred in California by Dacyk’s wife, Dede Dacyk. The colt’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.

The top-selling Thoroughbred, an unnamed dark bay or brown filly by Tin Can Sailor consigned by Double LL Farms, was acquired for $35,000 by Ramon Gonzalez Jr. The filly is one of three foals produced by Lauren Lynn, a 10-year-old Hadif mare who ran second in a pair of Texas-bred stakes at Lone Star Park and Sam Houston Race Park in 2003.

One of Lauren Lynn’s two starters, the 3-year-old In Excessive Bull filly If I Had A Bull, won the August 1, $50,000 Sierra Starlet Handicap (R) for state breds at Ruidoso Downs.

The second night of the sale will take place on Saturday, beginning at approximately 3 p.m. (MDT). For more information about the sale, visit www.ruidososelectyearlingsale.com.


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