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Paddock Sale Sunday at Del Mar

Del Mar Thoroughbred Club
Photo: Eclipse Sportswire
The Third Annual Paddock Sale at Del Mar of Race Ready Horses is set for Sunday, commencing 20 minutes after the last race, or approximately 7:15 p.m.

Catalog information is available through the Barretts website.  Among the horses listed for sale are stakes winners Heir Kitty, Ciao Bella Luna and Handsome Mike. Sushi Empire is scheduled to go through the ring one day after competing in the San Clemente Handicap. Ontology, stakes placed on dirt, synthetics and grass, also will go into the sale after running in an allowance on Saturday.

Jeranimo was listed for the sale, which comes on the anniversary of his victory in the Eddie Read Stakes. But trainer Mike Pender said the earner of over $1.5 million, whose co-owner B.J. Wright recently passed away, has been withdrawn.

There will be a new owner seminar and preview of the paddock sale, sponsored by the Thoroughbred Owners of California (TOC) held in the Veranda Café near the Del Mar paddock starting at 9:00 am on Sunday.   Contact TOC at 626-574-6620 or at www.toconline.com for more information.


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