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Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Scenes from Keeneland's November Sale

We haven't had much of a fall here in KY. It went from summer directly into winter. The leaves turned color, but didn't stay on the trees long enough to give me a chance to catch their beauty. I did get over to Keeneland during one of the opening days of the Breeding Stock sale in November. While I was there, one mare brought $6 Million. Here's a behind the scenes look at all the action.

One groom evidently didn't duck quick enough. I didn't see what happened, but it was pretty obvious who got the worst of it. He was actually getting his scalp stitched up! I saw the needle and thread!!!


At 10:48 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm Sophia,
from Singapore,
and I'm 15 y.o

Hi, Girl and Boy
I've studied English sinse this Autumn .
It's very!
I want like to meet boys and girls and practisice My English with them.

Thanks all!!

At 10:49 AM, Blogger Vogt Family said...

Hi and good to hear from you. Very beautiful horses in the sale. A little out of my price range!

We are solidly in winter here in Palm Desert, Ca also. Dropped down to the 70's and 40's at night. Winter snowbirds are here to enjoy the golf and sunshine.

The new "man" in your life seems to have it good as you do.
Eric Vogt

At 10:34 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Susan,
Just found your blog. My father was just diagnosed with MM. It has been a pretty tough road so far. Thank you for sharing your experiences with MM. Wish you the best! Tracie
PS your photography is just beautiful


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