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Four Selling at Heritage Place on Saturday

Royally bred 2-year-olds to be auctioned off Saturday.

Stallionesearch.com
May 9, 2013

Heritage Place

Heritage Place Sale Company in Oklahoma City will offer four royally-bred 2-year-old colts on Saturday (May 11) for VSE, which has consigned the horses on behalf of the U.S. Department of the Treasury.

The event is being held in conjunction with the $1 million Heritage Place Futurity (G1) trials to run at Remington Park on Friday and Saturday and the Heritage Place Derby (G1) trials on Sunday.

An open house with lunch will be held at 11 a.m. (CDT) Saturday at the Heritage Place Sales Pavilion on MacArthur Boulevard with the sale starting promptly at 1 p.m. The four horses all sold as yearlings during Labor Day weekend of 2012 in the Ruidoso Select Yearling Sale and were seized last fall.

The horses selling are:
 
ROCKET AND ROLL, brown colt foaled 4-15-11
(Corona Cartel—Apollitical Time, by Apollo (TB)). Rocket And Roll is a half brother to world champion Apollitical Jess ($1,399,831).

MAJESTIC CARTEL, bay colt foaled 2-25-11
(Corona Cartel—Five Bar Molly, by Dash Ta Fame). Majestic Cartel is a half brother to Restricted Grade 2 winner Fly Bar Special ($110,787), a full brother to Grade 1 finalist Mollys Cartel ($150,163) and a half brother to Grade 1 placed Freedom Choice ($281,423).

BLAZIN N DASHIN, gray colt foaled 4-20-11
(First Down Dash—Blazin N Shakin, by Chicks A Blazin). Blazin N Dashin is one of the first foals out of Restricted Grade 1 winner Blazin N Shakin ($635,335). 

FIRST TEMPTING DASH, chestnut colt foaled 5-11-11
(First Down Dash—A Tempting Chick, by Chicks Beduino). First Tempting Dash is a full brother to champion Tempting Dash ($673,970) and Grade 1 winner A Tempting Dash ($541,959).

To view catalog pages on these four horses CLICK HERE.

Radiographs on each sale horse can be viewed by veterinarians through Asteris.

Additionally, the sale will be video-streamed with bidding available on LiveAuctionsonTV.

Spence Kidney, the director of operations at Heritage Place, said the four horses never entered training but have had excellent care and appear to be ready to enter training.

In the 2012 Heritage Place Fall Mixed on November 1-3, Heritage Place sold more than 300 head consigned by VSE for more than $8.7 million.

For more information on the sale, call Heritage Place at 405-682-4551 or visit the website at www.heritageplace.com