Two $70,000 Yearlings Top Day One of Heritage Place Sale

The three-day sale runs through Saturday.

The three-day Heritage Place Yearling Sale concludes on Saturday.

Two yearlings sold for $70,000 to top the first day of the Heritage Place Yearling Sale on Saturday.

Tyler Graham paid $70,000 for Tres Veces Loco (Hip No. 164), a colt by 2001 champion 2-year-old Tres Seis. The high-selling filly, the One Famous Eagle filly Eagles Tenaya (Hip No. 259), was purchased for $70,000 by Gary Hoovestal. Eagles Tenaya is a half sister to Grade 3 winner Desirio.

The sale continues on Friday, beginning at 10 a.m. (CDT), and ends on Saturday.

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