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One of American Pharaoh’s colts from his first crop, sold today for $2.2 million at the Keeneland sales to Godolphin. It was a nice payoff from the $400k paid last November.

 

Godolphin goes to $2.2 million for American Pharoah colt - Horse Racing Nation

 

With the Keeneland September Sale waiting for a yearling to hit the million-dollar mark, a colt from American Pharoah's first crop exceeded that by hammering Monday for $2.2 million, the highest price for a horse this year at U.S. auction.

 

Consigned as Hip 91 in Book 1’s first session, the chestnut colt also proved a successful pinhook for selling agent Peter O’Callaghan of Wood Edge Farm. O’Callaghan also purchased the then weanling for his Cavalier Bloodstock at the Keeneland November Sale, going to $400,000.

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There have been several sold for over $2 million at this time. Sales are topping 2017 so far at $326.3 million through Monday. This is an average of $227TUSD per yearling.

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