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Catalog Corrections/Updates

Hip 335 is shown as Indiana Sired (IS) in the catalog. The yearling is registered Indiana Sired and Bred (ISB) and is fully eligible to the Indiana program.

Sale Outs

Hip 12 - Golden Gate Ivy
Hip 75 - Jesmach Speaker
Hip 89 - Mr Blitzer
Hip 136 - Painted Truth
Hip 139 - Ideal Passion
Hip 186 - Stormont's Legacy
Hip 234 - Swananna


Rockin Image Filly Brings $72,000 to Top First Session

The Hoosier Classic Sale got off to a strong start Friday as several yearlings brought high prices during the first session at the Indiana State Fairgrounds West Pavilion. Cant Touch This, a filly from the second crop of Rockin Image cataloged as Hip 82, commanded the highest price of the day, selling for $72,000.

Consigned by Legacy Lane Farm, the filly is a half-sister to near millionaire Glass Pack and American National winner DoubleTrouble. William "Bo" DeLong purchased the filly, one of several high-dollar yearlings purchased by the Wisconsin resident.

Always A Virgin filly All About Passion, brought the next highest price for a pacer with a $45,000 final bid. The first foal from a 1:50.3 mare with more than $200,000 in earnings, the yearling was purchased by the Kales Company. Cataloged as Hip 51, she was consigned by David Wayne Yoder.

The highest-priced trotter of the session, Here Comes Herbie colt Arthur Luck, topped $42,000 for consignor Luckiana Farm. Cataloged as Hip 80 for Luckiana Farm, the yearling is a full-brother to the accomplished Allie Labrook, recent winner of the Indiana Sires Stakes Super Final for older trotting mares. Dan Shetler signed the ticket as agent.