Outwork's $300,000 colt, hip No. 134, at the 2019 Fasig-Tipton July Sale - photo by Z
Outwork, whose first crop are yearlings of 2019, had a stellar day Tuesday at the Fasig-Tipton July Sale, with five lots selling for an average of $152,000, including three six-figure individuals.
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Leading the way was hip No. 134, a colt consigned by Taylor Made Sales agency and purchased by Ken McPeek on behalf of Walking L Thoroughbreds. The colt's Grade 2-placed dam Back Spin is a half-sister to multiple graded winner Five Iron and his third dam is the Grade 1 winner Only Queens.
"There was a lot of Uncle Mo coming out in this colt," McPeek said. "I was fortunate enough to be around him a bit when he was young and he looked a lot like him. He might even be a better-looking horse than Uncle Mo himself. It looks like he'll grow into himself."
Outwork had a pair of juveniles bring $160,000. First, a colt consigned by Darby Dan Farm as hip No. 142, went to SGV Thoroughbreds. The colt's dam Bemused has produced five winners from as many starters. He is also from the same family as WinStar's champion juvenile sire Overanalyze.
A few hips later hip No. 150, consigned by Select Sales, went to Marette Farrell. The dark bay filly is a half-sister to the multiple stakes performer Go On Mary and her dam Blue Orleans is a half-sister to Pico Central (BRZ), horse of the year in his home country and a multiple Grade 1 winner in the U.S.
Outwork, a Grade 1-winning son of Uncle Mo, bred more than 300 mares his first two years at stud. He stood the 2019 season for $15,000.