Hong Kong Jockey Club Secure $900,000 So You Think Colt
Richard Johnston of Bylong Park Thoroughbreds can produce a very good So You Think having bred and raced his $6million earning Group I winning son Think It Over and a colt he bred and offered at Inglis Easter with Davali Thoroughbreds sold for $900,000 to the Hong Kong Jockey Club.
A big strong athletic colt, he is the second foal of Andresa, an unraced Fastnet Rock sister to four-time Group I winning filly Mosheen, who was bred and offered by Bylong Park Thoroughbreds back at Inglis Easter in 2020 where she made $250,000.
Alison and David Hush of Davali Thoroughbreds have done all the hard work raising and preparing this colt for sale and were thrilled when he caught the eye of great judge Craig Rounsefell, who bought the colt for the HKJC.
“We’ve been getting some good results on the track and it’s good to do it in the sale ring,” said Alison Hush.
“He’s the best sale result we’ve ever had and it’s great for his breeder Richard Johnston, who bred Think It Over. We’ve had his horses with us for a few years now.”
Andresa did not have a foal last spring, but is now back in foal to So You Think and her famous sister Mosheen is at stud in Japan, where she has left three winners including Group III winner Primo Scene.