$1.6Million Quality Road Sets Pace at Keeneland September

Tara Madgwick - Tuesday September 14


The Keeneland September Yearling Sale Book 1 second session is underway with the top price so far a colt by Quality Road that sold for $1.6million.

Sold for $1.6million.

Consigned by Eaton Sales as agent, the half-brother to Group I winner Girvin and three other Group winners was bought by Bill Farish.

Bred by Stonestreet, the colt is the sixth foal of unraced Malibu Moon mare Catch the Moon, who is shaping as a serious blue hen with four foals to race and all are Group winners!

 


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