Three In Summation colts bring six figures at OBS April sale
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
A trio colts from the first crop of Ocala Stud stallion In Summation have caught the attention of buyers at the OBS April Sale of 2-year-olds in training, with each bringing at least $135,000, highlighted by a $250,000 juvenile during day 3 of the April 22-25 auction.

Hip No. 613, who breezed a rapid :20 3/5 seconds at last week's under tack show, was consigned by Azpurua Stables, agent, with the winning quarter-million dollar bid coming from Steve Young, agent. The dark bay colt is a half-brother to Grade 3-placed St. Joe, out of the Dove Hunt mare Load Up, who is a half-sister to $960,216 earner and Grade 3 winner Mocha Express.

In Summation's other two six-figure sellers, both consigned by Ocala Stud, coincidentally went for $135,000. Hip No. 19 went to Tony Wilson. The bay juvenile is out of the top-class mare Almost Aprom Queen, who is the dam of Rigolleta, winner of the Grade 1 Oak Leaf S., as well as the stakes-placed winners Evening Concerto and Dixie High.

Hip No. 776 went to Pelican Racing LLC. Also a bay colt, the Florida bred comes from the same family as Well Armed, winner of the Dubai World Cup (UAE-1) and four graded stakes in the U.S.

In Summation's reception at this sale is in no small part due to his own success as a 2-year-old, when he won four stakes. He would go on to win the Grade 1 Bing Crosby H. at age 4 and graded stakes at both five and six as well, setting four track or course records over his career. He stands this year at Ocala Stud for $4,000 LFS&N.

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