Mage Half by McKinzie Brings $1.2 Million from CRK Stables

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A half-brother to this year's GI Kentucky Derby winner Mage (Good Magic) by McKinzie brought $1.2 million when selling to CRK Stables at Wednesday's session of the Keeneland September Yearling Sale. MGISW McKinzie, a Gainesway sire, is represented by his first crop of yearlings this year. The $1.2-million colt is out of former 'TDN Rising Star' Puca (Big Brown), a SW & GSP runner whose three foals to race, including current juvenile Dornoch (Good Magic), are all stakes performers. Grandview Farm bred both the Derby winner and Hip 669, who was consigned by Runnymede Farm LLC. The May 13 colt's dam is a half to GISW Finnegans Wake (Powerscourt {GB}). Dottie Ingordo signed the ticket on behalf of Lee and Susan Searing's CRK Stables, who also purchased an $875,000 Into Mischief filly earlier on Wednesday.

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