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September 10, 2014 7:20 PM

Keeneland September sale: Bobby Flay makes $1 million sale for second straight day

One day after selling a Tapit filly out of his Grade III winner Super Espresso for $1 million, Bobby Flay's Tiznow filly out of his mare Countess Lemonade went to Stonereath Stud for $1.1 million, adding some jazz to a day that featured middle-market strength in place of fireworks.

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