Arqana's Arc Horses-In-Training Sale was highlighted by the sale of the unbeaten Haras du Quesnay homebred 2-year-old colt Mutin (Fr) (Kentucky Dynamite) to de Burgh Equine for €700,000. Hip 20, who was one of the wild-card entries, is out of the Listed winner Mytographie (Fr) (Anabaa) and has looked smart for the Criquette Head-Maarek stable when winning at Chantilly in July and at Saint-Cloud in September. "He is for an established client," de Burgh told the Racing Post. "I am really impressed by him and he will make a lovely three-year-old and hopefully a French Derby prospect. It hasn't been decided if he'll stay in France."
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