Meadowbrook Farm will send four Black-Type yearlings to the upcoming 65th annual Summer Mixed Sale at Champions Center Expo in Springfield, Ohio Tuesday, Aug. 25. The sale, conducted by Blooded Horse Sale, will be held in the outdoor covered arena to abide by all Ohio guidelines for Covid-19.
Included in the consignment is Hip No. 104, Dee Dee Dixie, a daughter of Dover Dan. The Indiana sired yearling is out of the race mare Earls Dixie Darlin, who took a mark of 1:57.2 and made in excess of $66,000. She is from the direct family of standouts such as Earl’s Gilder and Earls Miss Muffit. In addition to the Indiana engagements, she is nominated to several top stakes, including the Breeders Crown and the Hambletonian Oaks.
Another Indiana sired filly being sold is Meadowbrook Leota, a daughter of Always A Virgin. She is out of Lady Lakers, who has a mark of 1:53.0 and earned in excess of $123,000. She is also nominated to the Indiana Sired Fair Circuit as well as the Indiana Sires Stakes and a few other major events including the Little Brown Jugette and the Shady Daisy Pace.
Meadowbrook Kendra also gives buyers a chance to invest in the Indiana program. The daughter of Whom Shall I Fear is out of Paystobea Meangirl with a mark of 1:54.1 and more than $79,000 in earnings. Paid into the Indiana events, Meadowbrook Kendra is also on the early nominations for the Currier & Ives, Old Oaken Buckette and Horseman No. 113, to name a few.
In addition to the three Indiana sired yearlings, Meadowbrook Farm will also sell Rachie Doodle as Hip 96. The Trixton filly is out of Coulantine, who earned in excess of $427,000 during her career and has already produced winners with earnings in the six-figure range. She is eligible to the New Jersey Sires Stakes program as well as the Breeders Crown and other significant stakes engagements.
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The Blooded Horse Sale’s Summer event has 394 entries. The sale gets underway at 9:30 a.m. and Covid-19 restrictions include masks for all individuals while on property at the Champions Expo Center. Online bidding is available to those who cannot attend.