08/26/2008 11:00PM

Retama: Mystery Classic resumes training

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Mystery Classic, who had been sidelined with a non-displaced condylar fracture to his right hind leg, returned to training on Aug. 25, said his trainer, Bob Schultz. The horse is based at Retama.

"He just got back," said Schultz. "He probably won't be ready until Houston. We ought to be able to start putting works in him the first part of October."

Mystery Classic was the Texas-bred horse of the year in 2007.

F-T Texas colt gets $120,000

A colt by Even the Score topped the Fasig-Tipton Texas yearling sale held at Lone Star Park on Monday and Tuesday. Lee Young purchased the horse for $120,000 from Elysian Bloodstock, agent. The Louisiana-bred horse is out of the mare Whata Rock, a multiple stakes winner of $205,502. His connections said plans are for him to launch his career at 3.

* A half-brother to Liberty Bull, winner of this year's $600,000 WinStar Derby, topped a summer yearling sale in Oklahoma City on Saturday when he brought a bid of $50,000. He is by Slew City Slew.