Thursday, September 19, 2002
M&M Racing pays $120,000 for Menifee colt
The Associated Press
LEXINGTON, Ky. M & M Racing paid a top price of $120,000 for a colt from the first crop of Menifee on Wednesday during the Keeneland September Yearling Sale.
Highclere Sales, as agent, sold the bay colt by Menifee out of unraced Moon Gem, by Kris S. Menifee won the Haskell Invitational and the Blue Grass Stakes and earned $1.7 million during his career.
Keeneland sold 286 horses Wednesday for $6,304,600, an average price of $22,044 with a median price of $15,000. During the same session last year, the track sold 259 horses for $5,164,800, an average price of $19,941 with a median price of $14,000.
The track has sold 2,287 horses for $202,984,100, an average price of $88,756 with a median price of $42,000, during the sale.
The 12-day auction ends Saturday.
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