Pinhook Winner for So You Think
The 2021 Inglis Classic Yearling Sale produced great results for Group I sire So You Think with his highlight sale a $250,000 colt that produced a big pinhooking win for Bell River Thoroughbreds.
Sourced from the Kingstar Farm draft at Inglis Australian Weanling Sale last year for $65,000, the colt is the fourth foal of Hidden Attraction, a placed half-sister by Hidden Dragon to Group I winner Atomic Force, but had a big pedigree update leading into this sale.
He is now a half-brother to smart New Zealand trained 2YO Sneaky Shark, who was second in the recent Karaka Million.
The colt attracted spirited bidding and was purchased by M Burns making him the highest priced So You Think sold at this sale.
So You Think had 11 yearlings sell at an average $97,955 in Book 1.