Grade 2 stakes-placed Lady Glamour, in foal to Not This Time, sold for $115,000 to Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent for Anzac Farm, to top Keeneland’s June Digital Sale, held today as part of Keeneland’s Digital Sales Ring platform.
Lady Glamour is a 4-year-old mare by Discreet Cat out of Repeta, by Broken Vow. She is a half-sister to the 3-year-old colt Mucho Del Oro, a winner of three consecutive races at Santa Anita since April.
Dan Kjorsvik paid $35,000 for King Jack, a winner in three of his four career starts, including the Gallant Bob (G2). By Jimmy Creed out of the Tapit mare Light Shine, King Jack is from the family of graded stakes winners Tar Heel Mom and Scrappy T. He was offered as a stallion prospect.
Both horses were consigned by Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent.
The one-day mixed June Digital Sale grossed $181,500 for nine horses. Summary results are available by clicking here.