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Entries for the Blooded Horse Spring Sale will be taken through Thursday morning April 18; supplemental entries will be accepted after that.  Don’t miss this opportunity to take advantage of the strong demand for racehorses, green prospects, yearlings, and broodmares. Nice consignments have already been received from Anthony MacDonald, Ron Burke and Spring Haven Farm with Emerald Highlands expected to bring some blue blooded stock, as well. Held Tuesday May 14 at the Champions Center in Springfield Ohio, the sale is a timely venue to both market and restock. Don’t be shut out! Visit www.bloodedhorse.com to enter or call (859) 858-4415. Please direct any questions to jhaws@bloodedhorse.com   Dot Morgan

The annual Blooded Horse Winter Sale held Feb 12, at the Champions Center in Springfield, Ohio, was the strongest in its 56 year history. It was standing room only as owners, trainers and breeders flooded the pavilion to restock stables and acquire broodmares. "People love coming to a sale to actually see and touch the horses they want to buy," said sale manager Jerry Haws. "It may take a bit more time and resources, but the dividends far outweigh the cost. Bringing horses to a packed venue of eager buyers is a tremendous marketing tool. Consignors, for the most part, were quite pleased." The sale topper was the Muscle Hill 5-year-old trotter Southwind Cobra who was purchased by Loren Yoder of Iowa for stallion duties for $54,000. Consigned by Windy Ridge Farm, the Grand Circuit winner sported a record of 2,1:53.3 and earnings of $236,834. Runner up honors went to the highly competitive 4-yr old pacer Gerardo, a winner of $104,000 last year. Consigned by Doug Dunbar of Ontario, the son of Rockin Image was bought near the end of the sale by Kayne Kauffman for $50,000. Dunbar also signed the ticket for the solid conditioned pacing mare Big Lis for $35,000, one of 29 that Canadian buyers took home. Of those, six were purchased by Brian Doyle for export to Ireland, including the lovely Art Major broodmare Miri for $17,000. The Burke Racing Stable consignment included a pair of fancy trotting fillies that got breeders' attention. Winterwood Farm acting as agent had the final bid on Pink Fringes, a daughter of Uncle Peter from the family of B Cor Pete 9,1:53.2 ($893,076) and Tall Cotton 8,1:51.3f ($871,621) for $26,000, and Dublin Valley Farm secured Pat On The Back, a Donato Hanover daughter of Buck I St Pat 7,1:51 ($2,320,637) for $15,000. The always popular Spring Haven Farm consignment offered the fast 5-year-old Somebeachsomewhere mare Mylittlesurfergirl p,4,1:51.3 who was purchased by Gray Thunder II Stable of NY for $18,500, and the attractive 4-year-old trotting gelding Fan The Flames that Brandon Presto acquired for $19,000 to race at The Meadows. For complete sale results visit bloodedhorse.com. The next sale is May 14 and it's an exceptionally strong market for racehorses. Entries close April 22. Any questions should be directed to jhaws@bloodedhorse.com by Dot Morgan, for the Blooded Horse Sale      

Harness racing entries for the Blooded Horse Winter Sale close Wednesday Jan 16! The one day sale takes place on Tues, Feb.12 at the Champions Center in Springfield, Ohio. Take a break and join horsemen from 27 states and Canada as they converge at this 56th annual event to replenish their racehorses, look for young prospects, pick up broodmares, and sort through yearlings. Visit www.bloodedhorse.com to enter or to order a catalogue.  

The 71st Annual Fall Blooded Horse Sale, held November 13-15, at the Champions Center in Springfield, Ohio, witnessed its highest average in the history of its fall edition.  The sale was topped by former Ohio 2-Year-Old Filly Pacer of the Year Berazzled at $76,000.  The daughter of Charley Barley, now an Open Pacer, earned over $90,000 this year en route to lifetime earnings of nearly $400,000. Consigned by Marion Beachy and Kerry O’Keefe to dissolve the partnership, Beachy prevailed against serious bidders throughout the pavilion to keep the beautiful black mare. As usual, Spring Haven Farm was agent for a strong consignment of racehorses and had the second highest seller in Dragonology at $54,000. The Ohio Sires Stakes competitor and consolation winner, trained by Ron Burke, was purchased by Dynasty Racing of Michigan. Spring Haven (agent) also offered Rock N Jo Z, a classy $30,000 conditioned claimer from the Brian Brown Stable. He was purchased by Ed Dobrowolski of MI for $40,000. The tall, handsome, Indiana-bred trotting gelding Mystical Motor attracted a lot of attention, with Bruce Soulsby getting the nod at $35,000. Trained by Sally Gilbert and consigned by Move On Stable, the son of Swan For All was a consistent performer in the conditioned classes at Hoosier Park. The yearling session on the first day yielded plenty of fireworks with Boundless Dragon lighting up the board at $52,000. Consigned by Bruce Trogdon's Emerald Highlands Farm, Trogdon bought out his partners on the stunning, dark daughter of Dragon Again. The handsome Somebeachsomewhere colt Gingras Beach, also consigned by Emerald Highlands Farm, created quite the stir at the sale and on social media with his being named after the illustrious driver Yannick Gingras. Burke Racing Stable, LLC appropriately won the bidding war for the rights to train this popular pacer. Top yearling trotter honors went to the lovely Wishing Stone daughter Laurels Dream at $37,000. Consigned by Spring Haven Farm (agent), the half-sister to winners in excess of $600,000 was purchased by Allen Schmidthorst of Ohio for $37,000. Also of note was a pair of strikingly beautiful yearlings by the exciting first-crop sire Nob Hill High. Consigned by Hunterton Sales Agency, Dr. Lyndsay, named after promising vet student Lyndsay Hagemeyer, and Stanford Court, were both purchased by Brian Brown (agent) for $35,000. Visit www.bloodedhorse.com for complete sale results and to enter horses for the upcoming Winter Mixed Sale scheduled on February 12-13. Questions should be directed to jhaws@bloodedhorse.com by Dot Morgan, for the Blooded Horse Sale

The 71st Annual Blooded Horse Fall Sale will offer over 850 horses at the Champions Center in Springfield, OH, Nov. 13 - 15. The sale features 134 yearlings on Tuesday with mixed horses rounding out that day. Hundreds of racehorses, broodmares and green prospects will be offered all day Wednesday and Thursday. Along with raceway horses there are 122 two-year-olds and 203 three-year-olds. Among these are numerous stakes performers, as well as, green and lightly raced young horses. The breeding stock includes 180 broodmares and 26 weanlings. The catalogue is now available to view online at www.bloodedhorse.com Supplemental entries will be taken through Friday Nov 2. by Jerry Haws, for the Blooded Horse Sale

Black-type yearlings are now online for the Blooded Horse Sale to be held Nov 13-14 at the Champions Center in Springfield, OH. The 117 yearlings sell on Tuesday. Hundreds of racehorses, broodmares and green prospects will round out Tuesday's session and all day Wednesday. Entries for racehorses and breeding stock will remain open through Monday Oct. 22. Visit www.bloodedhorse.com to view yearlings, enter horses and order a catalogue. by Jerry Haws, for the Blooded Horse Sale                

The 71st Annual Blooded Horse Fall Sale is almost to capacity and closing is imminent. The mega-sale held November 13-15 at the Champions Center in Springfield, Ohio will feature over 100 yearlings on opening day in addition to over 200 racehorses. The balance of the sale is composed 2 & 3-year stakes horses, seasoned raceway stock, young green prospects, and an abundance of in-foal mares and weanlings. Buyers from throughout the United States and Canada flock to this last shopping extravaganza of the year. Don't be shut out. Online entries can still be made at www.bloodedhorse.com until stated otherwise. by Dot Morgan, for the Blooded Horse Sale        

Horsemen flooded the Champions Center in Springfield, Ohio on Aug 28 & 29 seeking racehorses and yearlings among the 686 catalogued in the Blooded Horse Sale. It was the strongest Summer Sale in its 63-year history with a lot of satisfied sellers and optimistic buyers. "The racehorse market is on fire and that also drives demand for breeding stock and yearlings," said sale manager Jerry Haws. "People love to come to a horse sale, and consignors were well rewarded for bringing their horses. We are real pleased with the new location, too. The stalls are safe and bright; the facility is accommodating and easily accessible." Young competitive, conditioned horses were especially in demand and dominated the upper end. The sale topper at $72,000 was the handsome 4-year-old Who's Better that had been competing in open stakes company, but is still a NW 4. Consigned by Brian Brown agent, the son of Bettor's Delight was purchased by William Hart of Maine. Hart also signed the ticket for the 3-year-old Always A Virgin gelding, Roan Color, at $37,000. The beautiful roan consigned by Spring Haven Farms for Emerald Highlands was eligible to NW 3. Shellie De Vie, a Bettor's Delight NW 3 filly consigned by Michael Timpano was purchased by Howard Taylor for $35,000. Burke Racing sold the NW 5 Stark Hanover for $32,000 to Les Givens of DE followed by the Cantab Hall daughter Mother May I a NW 2 for $27,000 to Louis Peachy of PA. Louis Peachy also picked up the 5-year-old Muscles Yankee daughter Catch All, a stakes winner at two from the family of Moni Maker, for $32,000. Following that trend at $30,000 each were Icingon de Cupcake, a Dejarmbro NW 3 gelding purchased by Brian Downing and Always Close, a 2-year-old Always A Virgin NW 2 gelding purchased by Mark Goldberg; both were consigned by Spring Haven Farm, Agt. Z Tam Stable LLC brought a nice five horse consignment that averaged $21,800, led by Trevor Z Tam at $30,000, a 3-year-old American Ideal NW 2 filly that was purchased by Josh Green. For complete sale results and information on the Fall Blooded Horse Sale Nov 13-15 visit www.bloodedhorse.com Entries for the black type yearling session Tues. Nov. 13, close Oct 1. Questions should be addressed to jhaws@bloodedhorse.com by Dot Morgan, for Blooded Horse Sale      

The 62nd Annual Blooded Horse Summer Sale is close to capacity and will be open no later than Friday July 27. Held Tuesday and Wednesday August 28-29 at the Champions Center in Springfield, Ohio, the sale will feature 128 black type yearlings on Tuesday (that session is closed) along with a couple hundred mixed horses. The balance of the sale is composed 2 & 3-year olds, seasoned racehorses and breeding stock. Buyers from throughout the United States and Canada flock to this late summer shopping opportunity. Don't be shut out. Online entries can be made at www.bloodedhorse.com until July 27. by Dot Morgan, for the Blooded Horse Sale  

Harness racing horsemen flooded to the Champions Center, the new site for the Blooded Horse Sale, in Springfield, Ohio, on May 15, seeking racehorses and breeding stock among the 404 catalogued. It was the strongest Spring Sale in its 55 year history with a lot of happy sellers and happy buyers. "Everyone seemed to appreciate the fresh new venue," said sale manager Jerry Haws. "It's bright, spacious and easily accessible. The racehorse market is booming with good purses driving demand." The sale topper at $52,000 was the ultra-consistent conditioned pacer Outrajus Blue Chip who just finished 2nd in 1:51.3 at Miami Valley. The 4-year old was purchased by Keith Pippi of PA and came from Kim Dailey's powerful consignment that also sold the promising pair of Pet Rock 3-year olds Missplaced Rock for $42,000 and Big CCs Rock for $37,000. Those Ohio eligibles were purchased respectively by Andy Gardner of PA and Allard Racing Inc. Runner-up honors at $45,000 each went to the 3-year-old NYSS placed Art Major filly Line Dancer consigned by Frank Chick and the 7-year-old Open pacing gelding Always The Sun consigned by Duck Creek Farm. They were purchased respectively by Rick Bucci of NY and Noble Racing LLC. The lone trotter among the top 12 horses was the precocious 3-year-old gelding Vote for Pedro, a winner in three of four lifetime starts. Tom Pollack consigned the son of Dejarmbro who was purchased by Steve Taylor of Ontario for $43,000. Allard Racing was the leading buyer with 16 horses. In addition to Big CCs Rock, above, those purchases included the royally bred Indiana Sires Stakes winning Rockin BB for $40,000 and Ohio Sires Stakes eligible That's Amazing for $35,000. The Summer Blooded Horse Sale will be held Tuesday Aug. 28 and Wednesday Aug. 29 at the Champions Center. This sale includes a black type yearling session in addition to several hundred racehorses. The black type yearling session closes July 1. Mixed entries will be taken until full. Visit www.bloodedhorse.com to enter or order a catalogue. Please direct any questions to jhaws@bloodedhorse.com Dot Morgan

Over 400 horses are catalogued for the Spring Blooded Horse Sale that will be held for the first time at the Champions Center in Springfield, Oh. Located at the intersection of I-70 & SR 41, the sale takes place Tuesday May 15. There is a vast array of race horses and green prospects, as well as, yearlings and broodmares. A used tack sale including stall gates, jog carts, race bikes and trailers runs from 8:30-9:30am and resumes with the bigger items sellling after the last horse. "We have a lot of competitive racehorses and very attractive green prospects," said Sale Manager Jerry Haws. "There is also a nice selection of broodmares, some with foals by their side. I think buyers and sellers are going to be really happy with the facility change to Springfield. Everything is paved; the stalls are roomy, well-lit and safe; and there is dining and a bar adjacent to the arena." Visit bloodedhorse.com to view the catalogue beginning Friday April 27 or to order a copy. Dot Morgan

Led by a powerful harness racing consignment from Walnut Hall Ltd, the 70th Annual Blooded Horse Sale held Nov 13-16 in Delaware, OH, was the strongest in its history. The sale opened with black type yearlings on Monday followed by racing and breeding stock the other three days. Yearlings, racehorses and breeding stock proved to be in high demand across the board. Walnut Hall Ltd brought an 8-horse consignment led by the sale topping mares Debbie Hall and Danica Hall at $120,000 and $115,000 respectively. Danica Hall, a fast stakes winning daughter of Danica Hall in foal to Cantab Hall, was purchased by Andrew Wengerd of Middlefield OH, and Grand Circuit winning Debbie Hall, already the dam of an Ontario champion and in foal to Muscle Hill, was purchased by Dunroven Stud. Walnut Hall also consigned the two $65,000 sale topping weanlings with the Donato Hanover son of Grand Circuit winning Ma Chere Hall going to James Kunkel of MA and the Kadabra son of Danica Hall secured by Dan Kuhns and Bob Farmwald of Kentucky. The yearlings were led by a McArdle first colt from stakes winning Chica Hanover for $45,000. Consigned by Abby Stables, the strikingly handsome individual was purchased by Kelley O'Donnell of Ohio. Sam Beegle got the nod at $31,000 for the popular Captaintreacherous son out of Good News Lady consigned by Emerald Highlands Farm. Dragon Again was well represented by the colt Forum's Diamond from Spring Haven Farm that was purchased by Scott Cox for $30,000 and a colt out of the fast Mississippi River for $25,000 by Mark Evers from Emerald Highlands Farm. Indiana breds dominated the top end of the racehorses. That group was led by the Indiana Sires Stakes winning Rockin Serena from the Eash Racing consignment. The 3-year-old daughter of Rockin Image was purchased by Emerald Highlands Farm to breed to Fear The Dragon. Eash Racing also consigned the upper level conditioned pacer Undertaker and ultra-consistent trotter ER Ben that were both purchased by Rene Allard for $45,000 and $42,000 respectively. A pair of Indiana breds from Eleven Star Stables created spirited bidding, as well. Sires stakes winner Bluebird Pacific brought $45,000 from Jeff Cullipher and winning $40,000 claiming pacer Freedomformysoul was purchased by Herman Hagerman for $43,000. "We sure appreciated Walnut Hall Ltd bringing such a nice consignment," said sale manager Jerry Haws. "However, we had a lot of good consignments, and even without the Walnut Hall horses, it was the best Blooded Horse Sale in our 70 year history." View complete sale results at bloodedhorse.com. The next sale is February 12-13. Entries close in early January and can be made online. Dot Morgan Executive Director New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program

The 70th Annual Blooded Horse Fall Sale will offer nearly 1300 harness racing horses at the Delaware County Fairgrounds Nov. 13 - 16. The sale features 237 yearlings on Monday comprised of 148 Ohio-breds, 51 Indiana-breds, 15 Pennsylvania-breds and 8 Kentucky-breds along with some from DE, MD and ON. The mixed sale has 189 two-year-olds, 290 three-year-olds and hundreds of raceway horses. Among these are numerous stakes performers, as well as, green and lightly raced young horses. The breeding stock includes over 200 broodmares and 44 weanlings. The yearlings are now available to view online. Catalogues can be ordered at bloodedhorse.com Jerry Haws jhaws@bloodedhorse.com

The 70th Annual Blooded Horse Fall Sale is almost to capacity and closing is imminent. The mega-sale held November 13-16 at Delaware, Ohio, will feature over 200 harness racing yearlings on opening day.  The balance of the sale is composed 2 & 3-year stakes horses, seasoned raceway stock, young green prospects, and an abundance of in-foal mares and weanlings. Buyers from throughout the United States and Canada flock to this last shopping extravaganza of the year. Don't be shut out. Online entries can still be made at www.bloodedhorse.com until stated otherwise. Dot Morgan

The 61st Annual Pre-Jug Mixed Sale held August 28 & 29 in Delaware, Ohio, featured several hundred harness racing horses along with a nice group of black type yearlings and some breeding stock. The market was hot in each division. The racehorses were led by the potential Open trotter Justify 6,1:54f at $48,000. Charley Morgan of Ohio consigned the fast son of Justice Hall along with stablemate Seasoned Saint 4,1:55.3 that took runner up honors at $42,000. Brian Carsey endured a spirited bidding war to take Justify home to Indiana and trainer Walter Haynes. Rene'Allard was the tenacious underbidder and immediately jumped back in the fray to obtain the winning black Deweycheatumnhowe son Seasoned Saint to race in New York. Allard Racing was quite active at the sale also purchasing the promising young Ponder filly, Touching Thought p,3,1:54.3, for $30,000 from the Robert McIntosh Stable and the stakes placed 3-year-old Credit Winner son, Chili, for $27,500 from the Spring Haven Farm consignment along with the solid conditioned pacer True Blue Hall p,4,1:49.1 for $25,000, among others. Gene Oldford of Michigan bought out partner Melanie Wrenn on the classy 3-yr-old Dejarmbro gelding, Stormy Kromer for $29,000. Breeders were quite interested in the 3-year-old filly Out of Sight p,2,1:54.4, a sister to New Talent p,4,1:49.2 and out of a ½ sister to Thinking Out Loud p,4,1:47.2 ($1,932,805). Ted Szczepaniak of Michigan got the nod at $26,000 for the Mach Three daughter. Monday's yearling session was topped by the Swan For All daughter Measuredperfection at $28,000. Bidding was lively for the dual Indiana/New Jersey eligible filly consigned by Concord Stud Farm with Burke Racing Stable prevailing. The New York bred So Surreal colt Rose Run Unafraid, from the Rose Run Farm consignment, was purchased by JD Perrin of NY for $22,000. Brian Brown signed the ticket for the Always A Virgin colt Egomania out of the 100% producer Has An Attitude p,3,1:52 for $20,000. For complete sale results and information on the Fall Blooded Horse Sale November 13-16, visit www.bloodedhorse.com Entries for the black type yearling session Mon Nov. 13, close Oct 1. Dot Morgan

The 61st Annual Blooded Horse PreJug Sale will offer 120 harness racing yearlings on Monday August 28 of its 2-day venue at the Delaware County Fairgrounds in Delaware, Oh. Most are featured with black type pedigrees that can now be viewed online. The yearlings include 87 Ohio-breds, 15 Indiana-breds, 7 NY-breds and 11 from PA, IL, DE and ON; some with dual eligibility. In addition, over 600 racehorses, racing prospects and broodmares are being offered. Visit www.bloodedhorse.com to view the yearlings and order a catalogue. Jerry Haws  

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