TAPITSTactical Airborne Processing, Interpretation, and Transmission System
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The progeny of young sires remained highly sought after during the early hours of yesterday's session with another second-season stallion, Tapit, responsible for a filly who sold for $220,000 to Silverton Hills and a colt who sold to agent John Fort for $210,000.
At the conclusion of the sixth session, which closed Book 3 on Sunday, Tapit had been responsible for 43 yearlings who had sold for an average of $265,977.
Daisy Devine, who was bought by her owner James Miller for just $5,500 at the 2009 Keeneland September yearling sale, scored by a length from Bay To Bay (Sligo Bay) with Tapitsfly (Tapit) back in third.