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American Chocolate Tops Atlantic Sale

Published: October 9, 2015 9:40 pm ET

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American Chocolate, a sharp-looking daughter of American Ideal consigned by Eldred Nicholson, topped the 2015 Atlantic Classic Yearling Sale on Friday. The sale recorded the second highest gross in history behind the 2014 record-setter.

American Chocolate, Hip 79, was purchased for $18,000 by Claude Poirier of Magdalen Island, Que. The daughter of American Ideal is the third foal out of the Bluegrass Stakes winning Artiscape mare Chocolate Art ($237,378 - 1:53.1).

The top Atlantic sired filly was Woodmere Dreams, Hip 14, purchased for $15,500 by Doug Hill of Charlottetown, P.E.I. Consigned by ‎Woodmere Farms, the filly is sired by Articulator and is the first foal out of the Western Ideal mare Oh Pretty Leigh, who is a half-sibling to stallion Jeremes Jet ($1,659,413, 1:47).

Cowboys Dont Cry and Woodmere Soul were sold back-to-back for $15,000 each as Hips 23 and 24. Charlottetown's Reg MacPherson had the winning bid on the Meridian Farm-bred Cowboys Dont Cry while Daniel Ross of Belfast, P.E.I. purchased Woodmere Soul from the Woodmere Farms consignment.

Cowboys Dont Cry is a son of Brandons Cowboy. He is the second foal out of Mall Shook Up, who is a half-sibling to recent Liberty Bell Series winner Allbeef N Nobull ($177,267, 1:50.2).

Sired by Articulator, Woodmere Soul is the first foal out of Skylark Hanover, who is a full-sister to multiple stakes winner and broodmare Always Cam ($1,053,510, 1:49.2).

Buntainwood Farms purchased two of the sales leaders, collaring the American Gigolo son Corner Man, for $14,000 from Meridian Farm, and Woodmere Payback, another Articulator daughter, from Woodmere Farms for $13,500‎.

Boyd MacDonald had the final bid on the top selling trotter, Mary Leah (Neal-Tymal Maroma), a full‎ sister to his Maritime stakes star Time Warp, for $8,500.

Other sales leaders were ‎the Debbie Francis purchase of J J Horatio, an Articulator gelding, from Jamie MacKinley for $13,500, the same price paid by Reg MacPherson for Howmacs Capri, an Articulator filly from Howmac Farms. Woodmere Lukypercy also brought $13,500 from Boyd MacDonald and Dan Ross for the Articulator filly from Woodmere Farms.

For complete sales results, click here.

(With files from Red Shores)


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