Bloodstock agent Andrew Lynch took home the second highest-priced offering at the inaugural Fasig-Tipton July Breeding Stocks sale on July 13, the $175,000 Colonial Creed (Hip 434).
The 5-year-old mare sold as a broodmare prospect through Mike Recio’s South Point Sales.
“I bought her for a new client and hopefully she will be bred to Justify next year,” Lynch said. “I loved her race record. She is (multiple) graded-placed. She is a fantastic individual with a great walk to her. Hopefully she will be a good broodmare.”
A three-time winner, Colonial Creed was third in both the 2019 Summertime Oaks (G2) on dirt and the Megahertz S. (G3) on the grass earlier this term. She was third when last seen in the Golden Poppy S. over the all-weather course at Golden Gate Apr. 24 and retires with a record of 17-3-4-4 and earnings of $223,881.
Also a graduate of the 2017 South Point Sales Keeneland September consignment, Colonial Creed is out of the unraced Scat Daddy mare Neverthesame, making her a half-sister to SW & GSP Mo D’Amour (Uncle Mo).
During the yearling portion of the sale, South Point sold a pair of promising prospects, each for $150,000.
edited from Thoroughbred Daily News