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Justify (USA)

2015 Scat Daddy (Johannesburg) x Stage Music (Ghostzapper)
Coolmore Stud

The only unbeaten Triple Crown winner ... ever! 6 wins (from 1400-2400m) by nearly 24 lengths & US $3.8m in prize money. 5 triple digit Beyer Speed Figures in 2018. Best son of  the sensational stallion and emerging sire of sires SCAT DADDY. 1st Southern Hemisphere weanlings have already sold for $300,000, $280,000, $150,000, $145,000 etc.

Coolmore Stud

Coolmore Stud

Stands at Coolmore Australia
2021 FEE: $55,000

3367 Golden Highway , Jerry's Plains, NSW, 2330
+61 (02) 6576 4200

Colm Santry - Nominations & Sales Manager
0412 344 566
Paddy Oman - Nominations & Sales
0408 456 964
Tom Moore - Marketing & Nominations
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Rob Archibald - Racing Manager & Nominations
0438 458 137

Latest News

900k for Justify Filly from G1 Star Global Glamour

The second yearling by Coolmore’s Triple Crown winner Justify (USA) to be offered at Magic Millions on Tuesday doubled the price of his first yearling sold (Lot 1 for $450,000) when fetching $900,000 to the bid of Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott.

Magic Millions First Season Sire Galleries –Justify

The 2022 Magic Millions Yearling Sale will showcase the first Australian progeny for a number of high profile first season sires and Breednet’s user friendly image galleries make a swift assessment of their stock an easy task.

Coolmore Announce First Crop Ferrari Bonus for Justify

Coolmore Australia is thrilled to announce an exciting incentive that will see the winner of the first qualifying two or three-year-old race from the first crop of Justify awarded a brand new Ferrari.

$625,000 Justify Weanling Colt Tops Keeneland November Breeding stock Sale Day 2

Coolmore’s M.V. Magnier spent $625,000 for Just Before Dawn, a weanling colt by undefeated Triple Crown winner Justify who is a half-brother to multiple Grade 1 winner Moonshine Memories, to lead Thursday’s second session of the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale.

Coolmore Announce 2022 US Service Fees

Coolmore have announced 2022 service fees for their US roster at Ashford Stud with Uncle Mo heading the list ahead of Triple Crown winners Justify and American Pharoah, who are currently in Australia.

Strong Tattersalls Book 1 Results for Coolmore Shuttle Sires

Exciting young sire Churchill (IRE) has enjoyed good success with his first Northern Hemisphere bred two year-olds this year and his stock were popular at the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale Book 1 this week.




Top Sales

2020 ex Global Glamour (AUS)
2020 ex Lake Geneva (AUS)
2020 ex Eckstein (AUS)
2020 ex Bethsaida (IRE)
2020 ex Movie Role (AUS)

Australia Yearling Stats

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Pedigree Table

Scat Daddy (USA) 2004
Stage Magic (USA) 2007
Johannesburg (USA) 1999
Love Style (USA) 1999
Ghostzapper (USA) 2000
Magical Illusion (USA) 2001
Hennessy (USA) 1993
Myth (USA) 1993
Mr. Prospector (USA) 1990
Likeable Style (USA) 1990
Awesome Again (CAN) 1991
Baby Zip (USA) 1991
Pulpit (USA) 1994
Voodoo Lily (USA) 1987
Mr. Prospector: 3s x5d x5s
Narrate: 5d x5s
Nijinsky II: 4s x5d

Race Record

At 3
1st - Santa Anita Derby (1800) Gr.1
1st - 144th Kentucky Derby presented by Woodford Reserve (2000) Gr.1
1st - 143rd Preakness Stakes (1900) Gr.1
1st - Belmont Stakes presented by NYRA Bets (2400) Gr.1
1st - Maiden (1400)
1st - Allowance Optional Claiming (1600)

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2021 FOALS






Undefeated Triple Crown hero Justify had just four of his first crop weanlings entered for the Inglis Australian Weanling Sale and was saving the best for last when the final offering, and his only filly in the sale, fetched $300,000 for Fairhill Farm to be the highest priced filly of the sale.

The half-sister to Group II winner and $1.5million earner Fiesta was bought by successful pinhookers Silverdale Farm/ Suman Hedge Bloodstock and was bred by Fairhill Farm’s Mike O’Donnell.

She is the eighth foal from Now Now, a five time winning Danehill Dancer mare from the family of Group III winners Stick Around and Charm Scene Land as well as Group I placed stakes-winner Kingsgate.

Justify finished the sale with all four of his weanlings selling at an average $218,750, which was the highest of all sires at the sale with three or more sold.

Fairhill Farm sold the two highest priced yearlings by Justify with Mike O’Donnell keep to praise the exciting young stallion.

"Danehill was a shuttle stallion starting out once as well, wasn't he? Justify was an unbeaten champion winner of the Triple Crown in his first prep, and so it’s very hard not to send our mares to him,” O’Donnell told ANZ Bloodstock News.

“That level of horse hasn't come out here before. If Secretariat had come out they would have jumped all over him.

“They are beautiful horses, and you’d think they would only improve from weanlings to yearlings.”

Other sales for Justify were: $280,000 for a colt from Tails Wins offered by Fairhill Farm and bought by China Horse Club / Newgate Bloodstock; $150,000 for a Coolmore consigned colt from Took (USA) bought by Fernrigg Farm and $145,000 for a colt from Fine Scent offered by Yarraman Park and bought by Binalong Bloodstock.

His success bodes well for the upcoming Magic Millions Weanling Sale where he has six youngsters catalogued for sale, click here to see them.

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Undefeated Triple Crown winner Justify made his presence felt at the Magic Millions National Weanling Sale on Thursday with a colt from Fastnet Rock mare Mongolian Beauty selling for $300,000.

Consigned by Coolmore, the athletic bay colt was bought by Group I Bloodstock and is the second foal of a full sister to Group II winner Mongolian Falcon.

Justify has two more weanlings from his first Australian crop to be offered on Friday.

The champion son of Scat Daddy returns to Australia this spring at a fee of $55,000.

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