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Category: Thoroughbreds for Sale > Racing / Prospects

Winning PA bred 3yo out of SP mare/winner producer  - $7,500 USD Starquine Hip #: 8340



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Listing Began: 12/5/18 5:25 pm EST
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Horse Details

  • Starry Sky
  • 2017
  • Sky Kingdom
  • La Estrellita
  • Crypto Star
  • Winner
  • Colt
  • Registered PA bred

Description

This is a 2017 colt by Sky Kingdom out of the stakes placed mare, La Estrellita who is already the producer of 2 winning foals, including Vanjefe, a winner of more than 118 million South Korean Won ($100,000+) which does not show on the pedigree report.  He is registered PA bred, and he was handled by a staff that did sales prep through the summer and fall, so he is used to being handled and ready to go right into training.  UPDATE:  Colt is now in training in South Carolina (Feb 19).  UPDATE 2:  Colt continues training in SC and is making good progress.  Can get updated photos and/or video, if desired.  Price increase reflects added investment in his training.  UPDATE 3:  7/20/19.  Colt is now working 3/8ths at the farm in SC.  He will be ready to roll right to the racetrack  UPDATE 4:  As of 08/22/19, he is making good progress.  Likely to be a two turn horse, and he could probably make it to the starting gate in 75-90 days from now.  UPDATE 5:  09/08/19.  He is now at the track (Penn National).  UPDATE 6:  Now with 2 published works and ready to get gate card.  UPDATE 7:  After a couple of sprinting starts that were more works and education, we finally got to go 2 turns with him and he finished 3rd on 12/4/19 UPDATE 8:  Colt broke great, found himself on the lead, was headed on the backstretch, re-passed that one on the turn, opened up at the top of the stretch to break his maiden by 3+ on 1/4/20.  Equibase figure for the race posted at 63 and a Beyer is likely to be 50ish.  Colt continues to improve with each start, and we still have the potential of turf racing (reasonable given grassy pedigree top and bottom) ahead of us.  Both the dam and the sire got better with age, and so the upside remains here.

Two new photos are from 7/27/19 (Profile and hind shots).  New video (sorry for the grainy cell phone video, did not upload


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