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Fasig-Tipton has catalogued 105 entries for its March Digital Sale, which may be viewed at Bidding is now open and will close Tuesday, Mar. 12, beginning at 2 p.m. ET.

The catalogue offers horses of racing age, breeding stock, 2-year-olds, and yearlings.

Daddysruby (Frac Daddy) (Hip 1), winner of the GI La Brea S. at Santa Anita Dec. 26, headlines the sale’s catalogue. Her La Brea win capped an outstanding 3-year-old season in which she won five of six starts on her way to career earnings of $364,014. Now four, she is consigned as a racing/broodmare prospect by Bluewater Sales, agent.

“Consignors have supported our March Digital Sale with another strong group of entries,” said Leif Aaron, Fasig-Tipton’s Director of Digital Sales. “We are particularly excited to offer our first current Grade I winner on the platform in Daddysruby. At just four years old, she has a lot of racing opportunities still ahead of her.”

Other horses of racing age entries of interest include two in-form graded stakes level older horses, as well as recently graded stakes placed racing/broodmare prospects.

Breeding stock offerings include mares in foal to Mitole, Violence, and Yaupon, as well as eight mares offered along with their 2024 foals at foot.

Sires of yearlings represented include Curlin, Flatter, and Tapit.

Fasig-Tipton February Digital sale topper Pounce (Lookin At Lucky) won the GIII Herecomesthebride S. at Gulfstream Park. The 3-year-old filly was purchased on Fasig-Tipton Digital by Resolute Racing just 11 days prior to her graded stakes win.

“Pounce’s impressive victory this past weekend demonstrates the level of quality that can be found on our digital platform,” Aaron said. “Her buyer was rewarded with a quick return on investment, while the filly never had to leave her stall or miss a day of training to be sold.”

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