So You Think X Senro Kisaki yearling filly conformation shot

$450,000 for Rubisaki Half-Sister by So You Think

Astute Warwick Farm trainer David Pfieffer is no stranger to success with the progeny of So You Think having won the recent $1million Inglis Sprint with his classy son Rocketing By (3c So You Think x Across the Moon, by Stratum), so he was prepared to back his judgement at the Inglis Premier Yearling Sale on Monday.

Pfieffer signed the docket at $450,000 for the So You Think filly from terrific producer Senro Kisaki, who has left four foals to race all winners headed by multiple Group winning $1.1million earner Rubisaki, the best offspring of Rubick outside of Everest hero Yes Yes Yes.

Consigned by Edinburgh Park, the filly is all quality and is the most expensive yearling sold at this sale so far by So You Think and is his most expensive filly sold this year.

So You think is enjoying strong results at this sale with 15 yearlings selling so far at an average $157,333.