Two Florida-breds brought six-figure prices through the Fasig-Tipton February Digital Sale that closed Tuesday night including multiple stakes-winner Sister Otoole, who sold for $190,000 as a broodmare prospect to Willow Park Stud Scone. Florida-bred Boppy O sold to new owner D J Stable and Gary Barber for $145,000 as a racing/stallion prospect.

Cataloged as Hip 12 and consigned by Bluewater Sales as agent, Sister Otoole is by Amira’s Prince (Ire) out of O’Toole, by Distorted Humor. She won the $100,000 CTT and TOC at Del Mar in 2023 and 2022 when trained by Graham Motion for Eclipse Thoroughbred Partners. She was five times graded stakes placed, including when third in both the Grade 3 Red Carpet at Del Mar on Nov. 23 and in the Grade 3 Waya during the Belmont at Big A meet on Oct. 7 in her last two starts.

The 6-year-old mare is a half-sister to stakes-winner Lady O’Toole and stakes-placed Frosty O Toole, who on Saturday was a timely second in the $100,000 Nellie Morse at Laurel Park. She is also a half-sister to stakes-producer Plenty O’Toole and is from the family of Group 1 Dubai World Cup Sponsored by Emirates Airlines-winner Well Armed and recent Grade 1 winners Cyberknife and Played Hard.

Bred in Florida by Helen and Joseph Barbazon, Sister Otoole has four wins, five seconds and six thirds with earnings of $431,470.

Selling from the Taylor Made Sales Agency as agent and cataloged as Hip 21, Boppy O won the Grade 3 With Anticipation at Saratoga in 2022 and last year took the $102,000 Jersey Derby for trainer Mark Casse and owners John C. Oxley and Mike Hall’s Breeze Easy LLC. He has won three with two seconds and two thirds in 13 starts with earnings of $286,580

The 4-year-old son of Bolt d’Oro out of Pappascat, by Scat Daddy is a half-brother to Grade 2 Best Pal-winner Pappacap and was bred in Florida by George and Karen Russell’s Rustlewood Farm.

Highland Yard LLC went to $80,000 to acquire Florida-bred Miss Bellimbusto, a daughter of Bucchero out of Bellimbusto, by First Dude consigned by Danny Eplin and Partners as Hip 2.

Miss Bellimbusto hails from the family of graded stakes-placed, stakes-winner Identity and stakes-winner Storm Flag and earned $81,840 from four wins with a second and a third from 10 starts while racing exclusively at Golden Gate Fields for trainer O.J. Jauregui and owner Jauregui Racing Stables Inc., Danny A. Eplin Charles E. Gerson and Angel D. Valadez. She was bred in Florida by Blue River Bloodstock.

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