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Line of David colts bring $275K, $240K at Keeneland sale

Monday, April 07, 2014
A pair of colts by Line of David both brought more than $200,000 at the April 7 Keeneland 2-year-olds in Training Sale, for an average of $257,500, tied for the highest average among all freshman sires represented at the auction.

Hip No. 92, consigned by Richwood South LLC, went for $275,000 to Jacob West, agent for Tony Pennington. The dark bay colt is out of the unraced Fusaichi Pegasus mare Coqui, who is out of the multiple stakes winner Slide Show and a half-sister to Grade 3 Sport Page H. winner Voodoo.

Eddie Woods, agent, consigned hip No. 38, a bay colt that sold for $240,000 to Ben McElroy, agent. The colt is out of Sister Girl Blues, who placed in both the Grade 1 Vanity H. and Grade 2 Hollywood Oaks. 
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