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Offline j.r.b.

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O.P. « 2017-Mar-02, 07:50 AM »
American Pharoah is on his way down under.

The first triple crown winner since Affirmed in 1978 is gonna stand at $66,000, but  I'm reliably informed that you can get in for $55,000 if you book 3 or more.

He stood for an advertised fee of US$200,000 in first season at Coolmore in the USA. Plenty of breeders said though that they got 2 for 1 deals, so the real fee was something a lot less than US$200,000.

His fee in the USA is listed as 'private' this season.

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« 2017-Mar-09, 04:17 PM Reply #1 »
Very popular at the fee announced and said to be fully booked.

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« 2019-May-03, 11:43 AM Reply #2 »
First Australian bred weanlings went under the hammer at Inglis yesterday.

He had a very nice colt make $220,000 and a filly make $60,000.

We'll get a better guide as to how his stock have been received from the MM sale in a few weeks, in which he has 13 listed for sale.

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« 2019-Jul-16, 09:28 AM Reply #3 »
He's off to a pretty good start with his first Northern Hemisphere crop.

Five winners from his first 15 runners.

Wesley Ward's 'Maven' won on debut over 900m in America, missed Royal Ascot because of the track condition and then made a mess of a local boom 2yo in France in the G3 Chantilly Prix du Bois.

He's had two other stakes placed winners, and a couple of winners in America at 1600m and 1700m.

3 others have been placed.

Good mix of turf and dirt runners.


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