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March Sale catalog now online

The catalog for the Ocala Breeders’ Sales Company’s 2022 March Sale of Two-Year-Olds in Training is now available via the OBS website at

A total of 635 juveniles have been cataloged for the two-day sale, set for Tuesday and Wednesday, March 15th and 16th, with both sessions beginning at 10:30 a.m.  Hips 1 – 316 will sell on Tuesday: Hips 317 – 635 on Wednesday. The Under Tack Show will span three days, beginning Thursday, March 10th with Hips 1 – 212. Hips 213 – 424 will breeze Friday, March 11th and Hips 425 – 635 will go Saturday, March 12th. All three sessions will begin at 8:00 a.m. The Under Tack Show and Sale will be streamed live via the OBS website as well as the TDN, DRF and Blood-Horse, and Past The Wire websites.

Both sides of the catalog pay tribute to half a dozen of the champions produced throughout the March sale’s rich history.

Lost in the Fog, consigned to the 2004 Sale by Southern Chase Farm, (Greg and Karen Dodd), won his first ten starts including the King’s Bishop (G1) and Riva Ridge (G2) en route to the Eclipse Award as 2005 Sprint Champion.

Fleet Indian, voted 2006’s champion Older Female, was sold for $230,000 by Leprechaun Racing, Agent, at the 2003 March Sale.  She would go on to earn over $1.7-million and captured five graded stakes including the Personal Ensign (G1) and Beldame (G1).

Midnight Lute, consigned by Eddie Woods to the 2005 March Sale, went on to win over $2.6-million including back to back renewals of the Breeders’ Cup Sprint (G1) and an Eclipse Award as 2007 Sprint Champion.

A pair of March grads won Eclipse Awards in 2008. Forever Together, sold for $240,000 in 2006 by Racehorse Consignment, Agent, went on to earn just under $3-million, with six graded stakes wins including the Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf (G1) and was 2008 champion Grass Female.

Stardom Bound, the 2008 champion 2-Year-Old Filly, was sold at the 2008 March Sale by Shadybrook Farm, Agent, for $375,000. She earned $1,861,610 and won the Del Mar Debutante (G1), Oak Leaf (G1) and Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies (G1).

Asia Express was the Japanese 2-year-old champion colt in 2013. The multiple graded stakes winner was purchased by Narvick International for $230,000 from breeder Ocala Stud at the 2013 OBS March Sale and went on to earn over $1.6-million, taking the Asahi Hai Futurity Stakes (G1) at two and Leopard Stakes (G3) at three.

OBS March graduates have continued to uphold the sale’s legacy as a prime source of top class racehorses. The latest star to emerge from the March Sale is Peter L. Cantrell’s Call Me Midnight, who jumped firmly onto the Derby Trail by taking the recent Lecomte Stakes G3) at the Fair Grounds. Trained by Keith Desormeaux, the 3-year-old son of champion OBS March graduate Midnight Lute is now 7-2-1-0 with earnings of $221,806. Sold first by Beth Bayer, Agent, at the 2020 October Select Yearling Sale, he turned in an Under Tack quarter in :20 4/5 and was purchased for $80,000 out of the Navas Equine consignment at the 2021 March Sale. watch his under tack video     March Sale walking video
October Sale walking video

Baoma Corporation’s Eda wrapped up her juvenile campaign with three straight stakes wins, the last in the Starlet Stakes (G1) at Los Alamitos in December. Now training at Santa Anita, the daughter of Munnings won four of six starts and earned $370,000. Consigned by Eddie Woods, Agent, to the 2021 OBS March Sale, she was purchased for $550,000 by Donato Lanni, Agent, after breezing an Under Tack eighth in :10 flat. watch her under tack video     March Sale walking video

Racing in Japan, Koichi Nishikawa’s Cafe Pharoah compiled an impressive record including victories in the February (G1) and Sirius Stakes (G3), leaving him with a 10-5-0-0 record and earnings of $1,928,283. The 4-year-old colt by American Pharoah, trained by Noriyuki Hori, was consigned by Eddie Woods, Agent, to the 2019 OBS March Sale, and was sold for $475,000 to Narvick International, Agent, after turning in an Under Tack quarter in :21 1/5. watch his under tack video 

OBS will again offer Online Bidding during the March Sale. Buyers will be able to go to the OBS website and register to gain bidding approval, then access the OBS Bidding Screen with their credentials. For complete information on registration and online bidding please go to the OBS website: obs-online-bidding

The online catalog’s main page contains a link to a sortable master index providing searchable pedigree and consignor information as well as access to pedigree updates occurring since the catalog was printed. Advanced search and filter capability has been added to allow shortlist creation. A link to instructions for using the new features can be found in the index header and a step by step tutorial is available in the index as well.

The iPad version of the catalog can be accessed via the equineline Sales Catalog App. The App allows users to download and view the catalog, receive updates and results, record notes and also provides innovative search, sort and rating capability. For more information and downloads go to:

Current information about OBS sales, consignors and graduates is now also available via social media sites Facebook and Twitter. A link on the homepage directs users to either site.

Sales results will be available on the OBS website, updated throughout each session of the March Sale.  In addition, the latest news regarding OBS graduates, sales schedules, nominations, credit requests, travel information and other news relevant to OBS consignors and customers is also available. E-mail should be addressed to

For more information regarding the March Sale or OBS website, please call (352) 237-2154.