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April 7, 2014 8:01 PM

Half-brother to Tapit tops Keeneland sale at $1 million

Gainesway teamed up with Greg Goodman's Mt. Brilliant Farm and owner Robert LaPenta to buy a half-brother to Tapit for a sale-topping $1 million at Keeneland's April sale Monday, pacing an evening of highly selective bidding.

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