Inglis Classic Next for American Pharoah
The first Southern Hemisphere bred progeny of Triple Crown hero American Pharoah have won widespread approval at Australasian sales conducted so far with the Inglis Classic Yearling Sale (February 9,10 and 11) to feature seven of his offspring.
American Pharoah was the leading first season sire by average at Magic Millions Book 1 and the leading overall sire by average at Karaka Book 1, so for buyers that have admired his progeny but have not been able to secure one, the Inglis Classic Yearling Sale loom as a great opportunity at a sale where the average price last year was $76,692.
The leading North American First Crop Sire for 2019, American Pharoah has sired 30 winners that include 13 stakes horses headed by Group II winners Four Wheel Drive and Sweet Melania, French Group III winner Maven and Saratoga stakes-winner Another Miracle.
His progeny excel on all surfaces and particularly on turf, winning in seven different countries, proving adaptable and highly trainable.
Click here to see his Inglis Classic draft presented by six different vendors: Lot 97, first foal of a winning sister to G2 winner Bring me the Maid; Lot 136, third foal of an unraced half-sister by Fastnet Rock to G2 winner Attention; Lot 271, first foal of an unraced half-sister by Encosta de Lago to G2 placed Sailing By; Lot 314, fourth foal of a winning half-sister by Snitzel to G2 winner Star Rolling; Lot 358, fourth foal of a winning half-sister by Lonhro to G3 winner Octavia; Lot 530, half-sister to six winners from the family of G1 winner Rebel Raider; and Lot 532, second foal of G2 placed Snitzel mare Tornado Miss.