A colt by leading sire Curlin brought $1.2 million from West Bloodstock on behalf of owners Robert & Lawana Low at the Keeneland September Yearling Sale Wednesday.
The half-brother to GI Hollywood Derby winner Mo Town (Uncle Mo), bred in Kentucky by John D. Gunther & Eurowest Bloodstock, was consigned by Glennwood Farm Inc., agent.
Hip 431 is out of the winning Bernardini mare Grazie Mille.
Grazie Mille’s filly by Uncle Mo–the unraced 2-year-old now named Champagne Lady–brought $875,000 from Courtlandt Farm at last year’s KEESEP Sale.
Another son of Curlin, Hip 428 from the Hill ‘n’ Dale Sales Agency, agent, consignment, brought $1 million earlier in the session from Repole Stables, St. Elias and M.V. Magnier. He is out of GISW Got Lucky (A.P. Indy).