Exosphere at Classic

Tara Madgwick - Tuesday February 5
It's slim pickings for Lonhro fans headed to the 2019 Inglis Classic Yearling Sale with just one entry by the charismatic champion, but there are good numbers by his Group I winning son Exosphere so let's take a look at what he has to offer.

ExosphereA powerhouse tank of a horse, Godolphin flagbearer Exosphere had moments of real brilliance in his 10 start career with a dominant win in the Group I ATC Golden Rose his career defining victory.

Exosphere yearlings sold for up to $230,000 at Magic Millions and his 17 entries for Classic are sure to generate plenty of interest.

Click here to see all his Classic yearlings in a user friendly format.


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