Law Professor Tops March Digital Sale

March 12, 2024

Law Professor’s conformation photo courtesy of Fasig-Tipton

Fasig-Tipton Release

LEXINGTON, Ky.—The Fasig-Tipton March Digital Sale closed Tuesday evening with 66 horses sold for $2,011,200. The catalogue featured horses of racing age, breeding stock, and yearlings.  

Law Professor, a six-year-old horse of racing age, sold for $230,000 to JTH Racing to top the sale. Offered as Hip 4 by Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent, the son of Constitution was a winner in his last two starts, earning a career-high Beyer speed figure last out on February 23. Law Professor is already a four-time stakes winner, including the Santa Anita Mathis Mile S. (G2), and was runner up to Life Is Good in the Woodward S. (G1). To date, Law Professor has eight wins, two seconds, and three thirds from 22 career starts and has earned $1,004,565.

Law Professor winning the Excelsior at Aqueduct. (Chelsea Durand)
Law Professor winning the Excelsior at Aqueduct. (Chelsea Durand)

Other top sellers included:

  • Queens Command (IRE) (Hip 11), a five-year-old racing/broodmare prospect sold for $200,000 to Shannon Potter, agent for Town and Country Racing and George Saufley, from the consignment of Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent. A winner in Ireland and the United States, Queens Command was runner up in the Santa Ana S. (G3) in her most recent start on February 24.
  • Cairo Sugar (Hip 27), a stakes winner by Cairo Prince, sold for $200,000 to SF Bloodstock LLC from the consignment of Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent. Offered as a broodmare prospect, Cairo Sugar is a daughter of multiple Grade 1 winner Spun Sugar and is a half-sister to the dams of graded stakes winner Best Actor and stakes winner Arham. 
  • Bless America (Hip 25), a four-year-old horse of racing sale sold for $145,000 to MV from the consignment of Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent. A son of four-time leading sire Into Mischief, Bless America has won or placed in all three of his career starts, breaking his maiden in maiden special weight company in his most recent start on February 24.

“It was a very solid sale,” said Leif Aaron, Fasig-Tipton’s Director of Digital Sales. “It was a workmanlike sale. Six horses brought six figures or more and the market was very fair.”

Overall, 66 horses sold for $2,011,200, good for an average of $30,472.

Full results are available online.

The next Fasig-Tipton Digital sale will be the April Digital Sale, which opens for bidding on Thursday, April 4 and closes on Tuesday, April 9. Entries close on March 27. Please call Leif Aaron at (859) 255-1555 to nominate or email Nominations will also be accepted via the Client Portal.

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