With a bid of $230,000, the most expensive horse of Thursday’s final day of Keeneland’s January Horses of All Ages Sale became Classy Tune, a 5-year-old racing or broodmare prospect by Maclean’s Music sold to Douglas Scharbauer.
Eaton Sales, agent, consigned Classy Tune, a half-sister to stakes winmer Mr. Pee Vee from the family of stakes winner Harlan’s Destiny. Their dam is the winning Dixieland Band mare Southern Swing.
Scharbauer also paid $135,000 for Rosalia, a 4-year-old Orb filly cataloged as a broodmare prospect.
Consigned by Mill Ridge Sales, agent for Juddmonte Farms, Rosalia is out of the stakes-winning Stormy Atlantic mare Miss Atlantic City and is a half-sister to stakes winner Miss Southern Miss. Rosalia is from the family of Grade 1 winner Cotton Blossom and Grade 3 winner Vicarage.