$400,000 Colt Keeps Mo’s Momentum Rolling at Fasig-Tipton July
A day after seeing his 3-year-old top the Fasig-Tipton Horses of All Ages Sale, Uncle Mo was back with the third most expensive offering of the Fasig-Tipton July Sale on Tuesday.
Glassman Racing went to $400,000 to secure the St. George Sales-offered colt out of the multiple stakes winner Super Saks. Super Saks is a half-sister to stakes-performers Broadway Zen and Mr. Bluegrass Music. This family also include the Grade III winner and multiple Grade I-placed Voodoo among others.
Super Saks visited Justify last season.
It was a successful sale for Uncle Mo whose four sold brought no less than $200,000 for an average of $268,750.
Uncle Mo has had an outstand July in the sales ring and at the track. On the same day he had the Horses of All Ages Sale topper, Mo Clare’s became his fourth stakes winner in the first eleven days of July.
The stallion also has horses entered in both the opening day stakes at Saratoga on Thursday.