05/10/2002 12:00AM

Juvenile sale at Woodbine Thursday


ETOBICOKE, Ontario - The Canadian Thoroughbred Horse Society's annual 2-year-old in training sale is slated for 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Woodbine Sales Pavilion.

The gallop show will take place on Woodbine's main track at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, and the pre-sale barbecue will be from 3-5 p.m. Thursday.

In a departure from recent years, the horses will be stabled at the receiving barn, just west of the grandstand, a building normally used for harness racing.

Major consignors to the sale include agents Hill 'n' Dale Sales Agency, Richard Hogan, Huntington Stud Farm, Irish Acres, New Century, and Wayne Rice.

New Century has a four-horse consignment headed by Danny's Wild Lass, a filly from the first crop of Grade 1 winner Wild Rush. She is the first foal of stakes-placed Break Through, who earned $247,622.

Hill 'n' Dale has juveniles by Meadowlake, Numerous, Ascot Knight, and Dance Brightly. Chiado, a Meadowlake colt, is out of a well-bred Bold Ruckus mare.

Huntington has a six-horse consignment, which includes Sagacious, a son of promising second-year sire Whiskey Wisdom. Sagacious is a half-brother to stakes winner Regal Courser.

Hogan will sell an Elusive Quality colt out of stakes winner Citi Sounds, as well as juveniles by Glitterman, Roy, Louie Quatorze, and West by West.

Gay Mood, a daughter of Tethra consigned by Rice, is out of stakes-placed Gay de l'Orne.

Irish Acres has five offspring of successful Florida sire Tour d'Or. Among them is Tour Memory Lane, a half-sister to multiple stakes winner Purple Passion.