The first yearlings by undefeated G1 winner MASTERY did not disappoint in the 2020 Fasig-Tipton Selected Yearlings Showcase.
JCM went to $450,000 for Hip 413, a son of MASTERY out of the Tiznow mare Texas Gem. The colt was consigned by Eaton Sales, Agent, and bred in Kentucky by LNJ Foxwoods, SB Racing Corp, Anglo-American Thoroughbreds, et al.
The hammer dropped at $400,000 for Hip 350, a bay filly out of Shared Account (Pleasantly Perfect), who herself is a G1 winner and earner of over $1.6 million. This daughter of MASTERY is a half-sister to the 2019 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies (G2) Champion SHARING (Speightstown), who is now a millionaire after winning the Edgewood Stakes at Churchill Downs on the Kentucky Oaks undercard. The filly was bred and consigned by Sam-Son Farms (KY), and purchased by John McComack Bloodstock.
Breeze Easy LLC went to $300,000 for a Hip 590, son of MASTERY out of the stakes-placed Exchanged Rate mare, Exchange Cat, from the family of champions Northernette and Storm Bird. The colt was consigned by Denali Stud, agent.
Hip 194, a daughter of MASTERY out of G1 winner Last Full Measure (Empire Maker) brought $220,000 in the Selected Yearlings Showcase sale ring. The filly was purchased by Dr. Dermot O’Byrne and consigned by Bluewater Sales, agent.
MASTERY’s first weanlings sold up to $325,000 last November, and he sold the highest-priced short yearling at $365,000 – at Keeneland January – amongst freshman sires. Click here to see a complete list of the MASTERY yearlings being offered in Books 1 and 2 at Keeneland.