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Uncle Mo Colt Sells For $1 Million On Day 5 Of September Sale

September 15, 2018

China Horse Club/Maverick Racing paid $1 million for the Uncle Mo colt Wall Street Lion to record the most expensive purchase so far during Saturday’s fifth session of the Keeneland September Yearling Sale.

Lane’s End, agent for Wygod Equine, consigned the cot, who is out of the Grade 2-placed Street Cry (IRE) mare Sweet Bliss. He is from the family of champion Sweet Catomine, Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies (G1) winner Life Is Sweet and stakes winner Calimonco.

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Mayberry Farm purchased a Street Sense filly Sense of Time for $800,000. Consigned by Lane’s End, agent, she is out of the Unbridled’s Song mare Test of Time and from the family of Grade 1 winners To Honor and Serve and Angela Renee and Japanese Group 1 winner Mozu Ascot.

Larry Best’s OXO Equine paid $750,000 for Spanish Mischief, a colt by Into Mischief.

Consigned by Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent for Alastar Thoroughbred Company, the colt is out of the Empire Maker mare Spanish Empiress and from the family of champions Gold Beauty and Sky Beauty, English Horse of the Year Dayjur and Grade 1 winners Pleasant Home and Tale of Ekati.

A filly by Pioneerof the Nile from the family of Horse of the Year Point Given sold earlier in the session to Barbara Banke’s Stonestreet Stables for $700,000. Consigned by Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent, the filly is out of the Grade 2-place Tiznow mare Life for Now, a half-sister to Point Given.