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Miss Keller Sold and Retired

Last year’s Canadian champion turf mare, Miss Keller, is retired after selling Monday in England at the Tattersalls December breeding stock sale’s first mare session. The four-day auction in Newmarket, England, kicked off with strong gains across the board.


Three Chimneys Sales consigned Miss Keller, winner this year of the Grade 1 E. P. Taylor Stakes. Paul Fudge’s Australian operation Waratah Thoroughbreds bought Miss Keller, a 5-year-old Montjeu mare, for 625,000 guineas, or about $1,017,188. Agent Michael Goodbody said after making the purchase that Miss Keller will not run again.


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