Well-Related American Pharoah Filly Goes For $1.4M at KEESEP


Hip 43 | Keeneland

Bidding on behalf of owner Joe Allen, Alan Quartucci was extended to $1.4 million for an American Pharoah half-sister to Grade I-winning 'TDN Rising Stars' Echo Town (Speightstown) and recent Spinaway S. heroine Echo Zulu (Gun Runner) to lead the early returns during Monday's opening session of the Keeneland September Yearling Sale in Lexington. Hip 43 is a daughter of GSW Letgomyecho (Menifee), whose eight winners from 10 to the races also includes Grade III-winning sophomore J Boys Echo (Mineshaft), GSP Unbridled Outlaw (Unbridled's Song) and SP Dragic (Broken Vow). The May 8 foal was consigned to the sale by Betz Thoroughbreds Inc, agent. Triple Crown winner American Pharoah was represented by his 22nd black-type winner over the weekend when Skygaze won the Belle Mahone S. at Woodbine.

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