Commentary: Finding Homes for all Thoroughbreds

The buy-back rate at the recently concluded Keeneland September yearling sale became the sale's most significant statistic because it dropped to 26.7% from 27.5%. The improvement in trade over last year meant at least 30 more horses found new homes than would have otherwise had the buy-back rate stayed the same as in 2009. Keeneland deserves a lot of credit for shaking up the sale’

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