“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

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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.

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Sales Dates

JULY

12

Fasig-Tipton July Yearling Sale

Nominations Deadline February 1

JULY

12

Fasig-Tipton Summer Selected Horses of Racing Age Sale

Nominations Deadline June 15

AUG

8-9

Fasig-Tipton Saratoga Sale

Nominations Deadline February 1

AUG

13-14

Fasig-Tipton New York Bred Yearling Sale

Nominations Deadline February 1

SEP

12-24

Keeneland September Yearling Sale

Nominations Open

OCT

24-26

Fasig-Tipton October Yearling Sale

Nominations Deadline August 1

NOV

7

Fasig-Tipton November Sale

Nominations Deadline August 19

NOV

8-19

Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale

Nominations Open

Sales Results

2015 Fasig-Tipton Kentucky Winter Mixed Sale +

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2016 Keeneland January Horses of All Ages Sale +

Lane’s End concluded the 2016 Keeneland January Sale as the second-leading consignor by gross, with 47 head sold for over $2.87 million. Lane’s End was also January’s second-leading consignor by average (with more than 25 sold), with an average of $61,143. That was a near 80% jump from the sales average of $34,099.

Lane’s End’s horses including the two of the January’s top seven lots. Leading the way was the broodmare prospect Conquest Harlanate, a 4-year-old daughter of Harlan’s Holiday who was hammered down to Shimokobe Farm/Polo Green Stable, agent, for $450,000.

Conquest Harlanate won the G2 Natalma S. and G3 Mazarine S. racing for Ernie Semersky and Dory Newel’s Conquest Stables. Trained by Mark Casse, she retired with earnings of $269,853.

Lane’s End’s other breakout was the Speightstown mare Mother Ruth, a multiple stakes winner who sold to Dominic Brennan, agent for Highland Yard LLC, for $420,000. She sold in foal to Will Take Charge.

A Lane’s End-consigned weanling by Ghostzapper was one of the top-priced short yearlings at January. Steve Young went to $230,000 to secure a dark bay son of the G2 Demoiselle S. winner Tizahit. The Mar. 21-foaled colt was bred by Blue Devil Racing Stable.

Congrats and thank you to our clients for another outstanding sale!

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2015 Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale +

Lane’s End Sales recently wrapped up another successful November sales season with a pair of seven-figure mares and series of big transactions that contributed to over $14.1 million in receipts.

On the first day of the marathon event, Lane’s End sold Colonial Flag to Alpha Delta Stables for $1.6 million. Reynolds Bell, agent, signed the winning slip for the graded-winning half-sister to the G1 Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf heroine Shared Account.

Also on the first day of Keeneland November, Lane’s End and Bridlewood Farm hooked up for two big transactions. John and Leslie Malone’s Florida-based operation went to $900,000 for the Canadian champion Embur’s Song, a multiple graded stakes winner who sold in foal to More Than Ready.

That came just off the heels of Bridledwood’s purchase of Brazen Persuasion, in foal to Speightstown, for $700,000.

Darley Management purchased the top-priced weanling from Lane’s End November drafts, an eye-catching Medaglia d’Oro colt from the young Grade 1 winner Emma’s Encore.

Other highlights included the sale of CITY ZIP’s multiple graded performer Every Way, in foal to Tapit, who went to SF Bloodstock for $450,000.

Margaret O’Toole saw fit to go to $410,000 for Passion Overlow, a Hennessy mare with a big European page who was offered in foal to QUALITY ROAD.

With over $12.8 million in sales, Lane’s End was a Top 5 consignor at Keeneland November.

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2015 Fasig-Tipton The November Sale +

Lane’s End Sales recently wrapped up another successful November sales season with a pair of seven-figure mares and series of big transactions that contributed to over $14.1 million in receipts.

Kicking things off was the single-session Fasig-Tipton November Sale, where Lane’s End sold the exciting prospect Gamay Noir for $1.1 million. Longtime Lane’s End client Summer Wind Farm purchased the 5-year-old daughter of Harlan’s Holiday, whose wins on the track including the G3 Obeah S. and G3 Rampart S. Gamay Noir sold in foal to Tapit.

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2015 Fasig-Tipton Kentucky Fall Yearlings Sale +

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2015 Keeneland September Yearling Sale +

Lane’s End-consigned horses at the recently concluded Keeneland September Sale included two million-dollar lots and a whopping 83 horses who made $100,000 or more, as Lane’s End concluded the marathon sale as the #2 consignor by gross.

In total, Lane’s End sold 179 horses for $25,156,900. That resulted in an average of $140,541 that was 37% higher than the sales average of $102,549.

Highlighting that sentiment was a pair of seven-figure horses Lane’s End consigned for valued clients. They included Hip 365, a Dell Ridge Farm-bred colt by Medaglia d’Oro who sold to Solis/Litt/Winchell/Gainesway for $1.1 million. The colt is from Dell Ridge’s classy MSW Kid Kate (LEMON DROP KID).

Lane’s End also sold Hip 99, a War Front filly who traces to Courtly Dee, to R.S. Evans for $1 million. Bred by Breffni Farm, the filly was produced by Azzedine, a Mr. Greeley daughter of the Grade 2 winner Atelier.

Other highlights included a $975,000 filly by Curlin—Epitome of a Lady; and a $750,000 colt by Tapit—Indescribable (PLEASANT TAP).

Lane’s End sires were well-represented from the Lane’s End draft, too. An eye-catching colt by QUALITY ROAD—Paris Notion topped session six on Walnut Green’s $710,000 bid. That came on a day when Lane’s End sold the second-highest lot, too, a $320,000 colt by TWIRLING CANDY—Early Vintage who went to Mike Ryan.

Don Adam’s Courtlandt Farm, a longtime client of Lane’s End, purchased the highest-priced CANDY RIDE (ARG) of the sale, a $430,000 colt out of Magical Theater (SMART STRIKE) from Lane’s End’s consignment.

Lane’s End also sold the highest-priced UNION RAGS colt at September, a $370,000 half-brother to Lane’s End’s GSP performer Eagle (CANDY RIDE {ARG}) who was hammered down to Martin Anthony.

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