Uncle Mo Colt First to Seven Figures

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Hip 68 | Fasig-Tipton

An Uncle Mo colt already named Stop the Press made news Monday evening when garnering a winning bid of $1.5 million at the Fasig-Tipton Saratoga Sale from West Point Thoroughbreds and Woodford Racing. Consigned by Lane's End, agent as hip 68 on behalf of Jane Lyon's Summer Wind Equine, the Mar. 25 foal is a grandson of MGSW India (Hennessy), making his Tapit dam a half to Japanese MGISW Mozu Ascot (Frankel {GB}). He hails from the family of highest-level winners Rahy's Attorney, To Honor and Serve, Angela Renee, et al. Summer Wind will reportedly stay in on the colt. West Point, Woodford and Summer Wind are among the ownership group that campaign unbeaten 'TDN Rising Star' and leading older horse Flightline (Tapit), who was also bred by Summer Wind and cost $1 million at this auction in 2019.

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