“Farish and Lane’s End also have excelled in the auction ring,
selling millions of dollars worth of horses each year
and ranking perennially among the top consignors…” –The Blood-Horse

LANE’S END: LEADING 2014 CON...

July 28, 2014
Lane’s End Sales is once again showing why it’s North America’s premier destination for top-quality stock.
Lane’s End is the leading consignor by 2014 graded stakes winners, …

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34 STAKES WINNING SALES GRADS ...

January 6, 2014
Lane’s End works hard together with our clients to offer some of the best prospects available at public auction, and in 2013, the results were evident …

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ENGLISH CHANNEL’S BLUESKIESN...

December 16, 2013
Source: BloodHorse.com, By Myra Lewyn
Jerry Hollendorfer trained the top three finishers in the $150,000 Native Diver Handicap (gr. III) Dec. 14 at Betfair Hollywood Park, including winner Blueskiesnrainbows, who blasted out …

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Sales

Lane’s End has represented clients at public auction for more than 25 years and in that time has been named leading consignor on 26 occasions. In 1983, Lane’s End sold our first million-dollar horse and has since sold 189 horses for $1 million or more. North America’s highest grossing dispersal to date was handled by Lane’s End on behalf of the late E. P. Evans in 2011, where more than 200 yearlings, breeding stock, and horses of racing age were sold for over $62 million. Whether a complete dispersal or first-time seller, clients entrust Lane’s End at all major yearling and breeding stock sales in Kentucky and New York.

Equally important to our sales record is our reputation for selling top runners, such as champions and/or Grade 1 winners A.P. INDY, SAINT LIAM, PALACE MALICE, WAIT A WHILE, JAZIL, RAGS TO RICHES, SUMMER SQUALL, LEMON DROP KID, QUALITY ROAD, STEVIE WONDERBOY, and THUNDER GULCH. We have sold more than 380 stakes winners to date and currently, Lane’s End is the leading yearling consignor of Graded Stakes Winners in 2014 with 13 individual graded stakes-winning graduates.

The Lane’s End Sales team, with over 100 years of sales experience combined, provides sound market advice from start to finish in the auction process. We conduct complimentary pre-sale evaluations of your sales prospects, including routine farm visits for non-boarding clients, so to determine where your horse will excel in the marketplace. Our emphasis on presentation and trusted relationships with an expansive purchaser base brings the sales experience full-circle for clients consigning with Lane’s End.

For more information on how we operate as a consignor, contact Allaire Ryan.

Sales Dates

SEPT

8-21

Keeneland September Yearling Sale

Nominations Closed

OCT

20-22

Fasig-Tipton October Yearling Sale

Nominations Closed

NOV

3

Fasig-Tipton November Sale

Nominations Closed

NOV

4-14

Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale

Nominations Closed

Sales Results

2014 Keeneland January Horses of All Ages Sale +

The first sale of 2014 brought a total of $1,084,000 in consignments for Lane’s End, with 19 horses sold, averaging $57,053. The top three highest prices for Lane’s End came in the 2nd session when a Distorted Humor mare in foal to Candy Ride (ARG) sold for $190,000, followed by two more at $170,000 a piece, including an Indian Charlie mare also in foal to Candy Ride (ARG) and a short yearling filly by Leading Sire of 2013 Kitten’s Joy.

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2013 Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale +

As the consignor for the Robsham Stables dispersal, Lane’s End was the second leading consignor at Keeneland November, grossing $20,302,900, and averaging $165,065, which is more than twice the average for the sale as a whole.

With a clearance rate of 90% Lane’s End sold a total of 123 horses.

The sale’s highest price went to the Lane’s End consigned Awesome Maria, who sold to M.V. Magnier for $4 million. Lane’s End also sold Broadway’s Alibi for $2.15 million and Lady of Shamrock for $2 million.

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2013 Fasig-Tipton The November Sale +

At the first sale of November, Lane’s End sold two horses, grossing $1.7 million in consignments. Pure Fun, a filly by Pure Prize, sold for $1,350,000 to Kia Ora Stud–Australia. Twice the Lady, by Quiet American, also sold for $350,000 to Winstar Farm LLC.

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2013 Fasig-Tipton Kentucky Fall Yearlings Sale +

At the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky Fall Yearlings Sale, Lane’s End sold 33 yearlings for a total of $1,264,700, achieving an average of $38,324, higher than the sale company’s overall average of $34,117. Lane’s End sold four six-figure yearlings, including a filly by Speightstown, which sold for $200,000 to Mark Casse, Agent, and a filly by Quality Road, which sold for $125,000 to Champion Equine.

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2013 Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Fall Yearlings Sale +

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2013 Keeneland September Yearling Sale +

With gross sales of $22,844,000, Lane’s End was the second leading consignor at Keeneland September. We sold 176 yearlings by some of America’s leading sires, such as Medaglia d’Oro, Distorted Humor, Tapit, Candy Ride (ARG), Smart Strike, Tiznow, Giant’s Causeway, and many more.

The highest priced consignment came in at $1,000,000 for a colt by Medaglia d’Oro. Six other yearlings sold for $500,000 or more, including $850,000 for a colt by Distorted Humor and $600,000 for a colt by Tapit.

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RNA Listings

Click below for the RNA listings still available. Please contact Allaire Ryan with inquiries.

RNA Listings PDF

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