And Just Like That It Was Over

Tara Madgwick - Tuesday June 1

The very last yearling by Arrowfield Stud’s champion sire Redoute’s Choice was offered for sale this morning at the Magic Millions National Yearling Sale and will have every opportunity to succeed having been snapped up by Waller Racing/ Mulcaster Bloodstock for $210,000.
 

 


Bred an

d offered for sale by Arrowfield, the colt is the second living foal of La Fouine Tail (Jpn), a winning grand-daughter of Sunday Silence from Champion Japanese 3YO Filly Fabulous La Fouine.

 

Selling for $210,000, the last yearling sold by Reodute's Choice will be trained by Chris Waller.

Redoute’s Choice died in March 2019, but his sons and daughters continue to build his legend, on the track and at stud.

So far his exceptional record reads: three General Sire Premierships, two Broodmare Sire titles, 178 stakes-winners worldwide, 39 Group 1 winners, 11 Champions, progeny earnings approaching $180 million, 82 million-dollar yearlings, 12 Group 1-siring sons and the dams of 120 stakes-winners.

His influence as a sire of sires is headed to a new exciting phase with a raft of outstanding young sire sons set to have racing progeny in the future including: The Autumn Sun (Arrowfield) , King’s Legacy (Coolmore), Alabama Express (Yulong), Pariah (Arrowfield) and Prague (Kia Ora Stud).


 

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