First Season Favourites –Justify

Tara Madgwick - Thursday May 21

The recent Inglis Chairman’s Sale for elite broodmares provided an enticing sample of what’s to come in terms of quality mares in foal to last season’s vintage offering of first crop sires headed by the big three – Trapeze Artist, Justify and The Autumn Sun.

An undefeated US Triple Crown winner, Scat Daddy’s jewel in the crown Justify is something unique and the esteem in which he is held is reflected in his stellar first book of 149 mares featuring an impressive number of Group I winners and dams of Group I winners.

Justfy stands this spring at a fee of $66,000

Justify’s first book included stakes-winners:

G1 winners Atlantic Jewel, Nakeeta Jane, Black Mamba (NZ), Global Glamour, Scarlett Lady (NZ), Srikandi, The Party Stand, Aide Memoire (NZ), Cat Moves (USA), Galaxy Star, Savvy Coup (NZ), Kononkop (Arg), Loving New (Brz)
G2 winners Badawiya, Dream Play (USA), Floria (NZ), Fontein Ruby, Formality, Hips Don’t Lie, I’ll Have a Bit, Legless Veuve (NZ), Our Abbadean (NZ), Savanpinski (NZ), Sensible Princess (NZ), Lightstream (USA)
G3 winners Aspen Lass (NZ), Celebrity Dream (NZ), Eckstein, Ennis Hill, Enstone (Can), Evo Campo (IRE) Graceful Anna, Invincible Star, Jazz Song, Koonoomoo, Lady Melksham, Moment in Time, Neena Rock, Pedrena, Princess Posh, Sacred Eye, Tulip, Love to Boogie (SAF),
Listed winners Brilliant Bisc, Enticing Star, Galizani, Jennifer Lynn, Lake Geneva, Marianne, Miss Seton Sands, Peron, Stopshoppingmaria (USA)

Also the dams of stakes-winners:

G1 winners- Loving Gaby, Irish Lights, Oohood, Extra Brut, Age of Fire, Julinsky Prince, Mighty Boss, Go Indy Go, Questing New, Better Life (Sng), Le Romain, The Mission, Dear Demi
G2 winners Oceanex, Zululand, Always Shopping, Lumosty, Fiesta, Pretty Brazen, Sertorius, Believe Yourself,
G3 winners Amexed, Essay Raider, Ennis Hill, Pohutukawa, Dawn Wall, Dollar for Dollar, Super One, Chivalry
Listed winners Mickey Blue Eyes, Lake Geneva, First Crush, Mo Shopping, In a Twinkling, Religify, Sebring Sun

Justify stands at Coolmore this year at a fee of $66,000.

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