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  • At the Keeneland September Sale, a first crop yearling by BLAME sold for $550,000. The colt is the highest priced yearling among all freshman sires this year. BLAME also had a yearling that sold for $365,000, the third highest priced colt on Day Five 5 and fourth highest in all of Book 2. BLAME continues to lead all freshman sales sires by average and median.
  • At Saratoga Select Yearling Sale, BLAME led all first crop sires by average, $226,667, and median and had a $335,000 colt, the highest price for a freshman sire
  • BLAME led all freshman sires at the Keeneland November Sale by average, $136,154, and median, $150,000

  • 1st crop weanling sells for $320,000 at the 2012 Keeneland November Sale

  • First in-foal mares brought up to $800,000 at 2011 Keeneland November sale

  • 2010 Eclipse Champion Older Male

  • 3 time Grade 1 stakes winner, with wins in the Breeders' Cup Classic-G1, Whitney H-G1, and Stephen Foster H-G1

  • Graded stakes winner of 9 races on both dirt and synthetic, with earnings of $4,368,214.

  • Never worse than third in 13 career starts, he was first or second in every stakes start.

  • Out of 2010 Broodmare of the Year LIABLE, a stakes-placed daughter of the talented sire SEEKING THE GOLD

  • Second dam is stakes winner BOUND. From a historic sire family that includes NUREYEV and SADLER'S WELLS

BLAME is a brilliant son of Claiborne stallion and Grade 1 winner ARCH, sire of 4 Champions and 9 G1 winners. As a sire ARCH is pure consistency, with 71% winners and 17% stakes horses to his credit. In addition to BLAME, his top runners include champions ARRAVALE and LES ARCS, as well as 2011 G1 winner ARCHARCHARCH and multiple graded stakes winner PINE ISLAND.

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