A Texas-bred Street Boss colt topped the 2024 Texas Two-Year-Olds in Training Sale when the hammer fell at $265,000.

Photo: Olivia Friesen / TTA Sales

Consigned by Pike Racing at Highlander, agent, as hip 28, the colt, who is the first foal out of a Gemologist mare, was purchased by Tracy Williams. The colt, who was bred in Texas by Stoneview Farm, tied for the co-fastest breeze on Monday at Lone Star Park, stopping the clock in 10.1 for the 1/8th of a mile.

“That colt was well-meant all week leading up to our breeze show and when it was go time on Monday, he certainly laid it down,” TTA Sales Director Foster Bridewell said. “His 10.1 early in the day on Monday held up, then Tuesday he showed well at the barn, and Wednesday the buyers were ready to take their swing.”

Hip 26, a Texas-bred filly by Vino Rosso, was the highest priced filly at $170,000 Wednesday, and second highest priced horse for the sale. Consigned by Asmussenequine.com as agent, the filly, who was bred by Eric and Randi Moreau-Sipiere, breezed 10.2 for the 1/8th on Monday and was purchased by Whispering Oaks Farm, Coteau Grove Farms, Jackpot Farm, and Bill & Corinne Heiligbrodt. That same partnership also purchased hip 49, a Texas-bred filly by Cinco Charlie from the Asmussen Horse Center consignment, for $100,000.

“We’re obviously very grateful to our owners, breeders, consignors and their teams, and our buyers for helping make this 2024 sale a success,” Bridewell said.

In total, 64 horses sold for $2.199M in total sales. The average sale price was $34,367 and the median price was $24,500, both of those numbers were up compared to the 2023 sale.

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