The only unbeaten Triple Crown winner, ever!
- The best son of the sensational stallion and emerging sire of sires SCAT DADDY
- His dam, Stage Magic, is a Gr.3 placed miler by 2004 Horse of the Year GHOSTZAPPER
6 wins by nearly 24 lengths and nearly $3.8m from 7-12f., from fast to sloppy tracks.
5 triple digit Beyer Speed Figures in 2018.
“It would entail a lengthy search to find a better representative of the Thoroughbred breed… Justify exudes power… In action, he brings the entire package: speed, stride, and stamina.” - The Blood-Horse
“a towering muscular Adonis of a horse” - Steve Haskin, The Blood-Horse
“Justify could have run on any surface, the great ones bring their track with them. Super great horses go on anything. His athleticism was remarkable.”- Bob Baffert
First in-foal mares sold for $3,200,000, $1,250,000, $1,200,000, $1,100,000, $955,000, $900,000, $850,000, $850,000, $800,000, $775,000, $700,000, $700,000, $650,000, $600,000, $600,000 etc.
"It augurs well for Justify, held at $150,000 for 2020, that his predecessor on the Triple Crown roll of honour, American Pharoah, has maintained his momentum for the same farm right through to his progeny's racetrack launch this year. Obviously his sire [Scat Daddy] has become a byword for versatility, but the power and brawn of this radiant athletic specimen would seem pretty obviously tailored to dirt racing. Either way, anybody would be glad to replicate the awesome physical attributes that carved the name of Justify more or less overnight into the pantheon of the American sport." - TDN, 2nd January 2020
Stunning First Foals!
"She's very correct, has great bone and plenty of leg, a quality first foal for the mare. We couldn't be happier." - Jamie McDiarmid, on the filly ex. Foreign Affair born 3rd Jan, bred by Audley Farm
"We are very happy with Private Ensign's Justify foal. He is a very strong colt with all the right angles. He is everything we were looking for when we bred to Justify." - Ignacio "Nacho" Patino, on the colt ex. Private Ensign born 14th Jan, bred by Siena Farm
"an absolute star of a first foal... as good a first foal as I have seen" - Rob Speers, on the filly ex. Butterscotch born 19th Jan, bred by Old Mill Stud
"He's all quality and very correct, an excellent first foal for the mare, we are delighted with him." - Dermot Ryan, on the colt ex. Dramatically born 8th Jan, bred by the Coolmore Partners
His only foal offered at the 2020 JRHA Select Sale sold for 80 million Yen - $750,000