2017 Fasig-Tipton November Consignment

Posted by Julie Kent on October 26, 2017

We are thrilled to have 3 very exciting horses for the upcoming Fasig-Tipton November Sale.  Hip 54 Speightstown/Anyhow ’17 filly is our only weanling at the sale but she is a half sister to G1 Winner NOBLE BIRD.  Hip 96 MESA FRESCA is a G1 Producer with her filly HARMONIZE and is In Foal to […]

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Half Brother to MGSW KOBE’S BACK Sells for $270k at Fasig-Tipton October

Posted by Julie Kent on October 25, 2017

Hip 506 Into Mischief/Well ’16 Colt was purchased by Cary Frommer for $270,000 on Tuesday at the Fasig-Tipton KY October Sale.  The colt is a half brother to multiple graded stakes winner KOBE’S BACK.  He was bred in Kentucky by Joanne Mummert and John Barrett. https://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/articles/224285/frommer-acquires-colt-with-stallions-pedigree

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Half Brother to MGSW MISS ELLA brings $250k at Fasig Tipton October

Posted by Julie Kent on October 25, 2017

Hip 383 Medaglia d’Oro/Sweet Tune, the half brother to multiple graded stakes winner MISS ELLA and “TDN Rising Star” Lasting Legacy was purchased on Tuesday for $250,000 by David and Holly Wilson. He was bred in Kentucky by Jack Swain and was born and raised at Brookdale Farm. https://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/articles/224292/wilsons-acquire-well-related-medaglia-doro-colt  

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Brookdale Grad Lasting Legacy Named TDN Rising Star

Posted by Julie Kent on October 14, 2017

Brookdale Grad LASTING LEGACY (3,c, Tapizar/Sweet Tune) remains perfect after his Allowance win at Belmont today by 3 lengths.  Lasting Legacy was bred in Kentucky by Jack Swain III and was born and raised at Brookdale Farm. He was purchased for $200,000 at the 2015 Keeneland September Sale.     Tapizar Colt Remains Perfect with ‘Rising Star’ […]

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2017 Fasig-Tipton October Consignment

Posted by Julie Kent on October 11, 2017

We have an exciting group of 25 yearlings to offer at the Fasig-Tipton October Yearling Sale at the end of the month.  Last year, we sold the highest priced filly at the sale for $300,000 and tied with the highest price for $350,000. Please click here to view our consignment.

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Brookdale Owned PARADE BLUE Dominant in First Start (Video)

Posted by Julie Kent on June 27, 2017

Brookdale Farm homebred PARADE BLUE (4,c, Speightstown/Meadow Saffron) was sharp in his first race Monday as he led almost the entire way and pulled away in the stretch to win by 5.   The Graham Motion trainee is the 2nd foal out of the Graded Stakes Placed mare Meadow Saffron that Brookdale Farm also campaigned at […]

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Brookdale Grad Expedited Vision Remains Perfect at Laurel

Posted by Julie Kent on June 27, 2017

Expedited Vision (3,g, Hansen/Bang Away) pulled away in impressive style on Saturday to win by 6 1/2 lengths at Laurel Park.  He is now undefeated in two starts and has earned $60,762.  Expedited Vision was bred in Maryland by Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGinnes and is a graduate of the 2015 Keeneland Spetember Sale.

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LADY ALEXANDRA Wins at Belmont Park

Posted by Julie Kent on June 23, 2017

LADY ALEXANDRA (3,f, More Than Ready/Lophorina) was determined down the stretch to win by half a length yesterday at Belmont against a quality field of fillies. This was the third win for LADY ALEXANDRA in 6 starts and she has now earned $150,250.  She was bred in Kentucky by Brookdale Farm, Jack Swain III, and […]

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READY FOR RYE Back in the Winner’s Circle at Belmont

Posted by Julie Kent on June 19, 2017

In his first start back since November, READY FOR RYE (5,g, City Zip/Embroidery) wasted no time to find his way back to the winner’s circle on Sunday at Belmont. The five year old now has 6 wins in 19 starts and has hit the board ten other times and has earned $710,260.  Ready for Rye […]

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IRISH WAR CRY 2nd in Belmont Stakes (G1) (VIDEO)

Posted by Julie Kent on June 17, 2017

Brookdale Raised IRISH WAR CRY showed great class in his race on Saturday in the Belmont Stakes (G1).  Leading the entire race, he came up just a bit short at end and was passed by Tapwrit but finished 2nd in the final leg of the Triple Crown Races.  IRISH WAR CRY has now finished either 1st […]

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