Tuesday, September 17, 2002
Daughter of Mr. Greely takes top price at Keeneland
The Associated Press
LEXINGTON, Ky. A daughter of Mr. Greely fetched the top price of $485,000 on Monday at Keeneland's September Yearling sale.
Brushwood Stable of Malvern, Pa., bought the bay filly from Three Chimney Sales.
John Forbes, of Homdel, N.J., paid $210,000 the second-highest price tag of the day for a colt out of Image ofa Princess.
On Monday, 276 horses were sold for $10,528,400, for an average price of $38,146 and a median price of $30,000.
So far, 1,710 horses have been sold for $188,801,100, for an average price of $110,410 and a median of $60,000.
Last year at this point in the sale, 1,610 horses had been sold for $234,127,500.
The 12-day auction ends Saturday.
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