Coolmore Australia Buys She's Extreme For 3.4 Million To Top The Inglis Chairman's Sale

She's Extreme | Bronwen Healy

Dual Group 1 winner She's Extreme (Aus) (Extreme Choice {Aus}) (lot 32) was knocked down for A$3.4 million by Coolmore Australia's Tom Magnier to top Thursday's Inglis Chairman's Sale.

The 4-year-old mare, bred by Aquis Farm, was offered as part of the Newgate Consignment. Originally an A$275,000 Inglis Easter yearling, the chestnut won the G1 Champagne S. in her juvenile finale, and added another top-level win in the Kennedy VRC Oaks in her final start at Flemington on Nov. 3. During her career, she was placed in three additional Group 1 contests. Trained by Anthony Cummings, She's Extreme's record is 11-3-3-2 and she earned A$1,153,760.

“As a Group 1 winner at two and three she put herself in elite company and she is a rare offering,” said Coolmore Australia's Tom Moore.

“She is everything we look for and we are delighted to have her,” he said, adding that she was purchased for an international Coolmore partnership with the view of “supporting one of our young up-and-coming stallions.”

“Horses like Home Affairs (Aus) and Wootton Bassett (GB) are in the mix for her, we will sit down over the next few years and decide.”

The third foal of the So Secret (Aus) mare Keysbrook (Aus), She's Extreme is one of two winners for her dam. Keysbrook, in turn, is a half-sister to the stakes winner Brasileira (Aus) (Commands {Aus}). The extended family features group winners Jorda (Aus) (Exceed And Excel {Aus}), Detours (Aus) (Ad Valorem), and Aichi (Aus) (Strategic {Aus}) among others.

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