First-crop yearling by Global Campaign brings $300,000 at Keeneland September

A colt from the first crop of Global Campaign sold to Albaugh Family Stables/Barry Berkelhammer, agent, for $300,000 in Book 2 of the Keeneland September Sale on Wednesday, Sept. 13. Consigned by Machmer Hall Sales, agent for St. Simon Place and Scott Stephens, the colt is a half-brother to multiple graded stakes winner Tawny Port and graded stakes-placed Broadway Lady.

Bred in Kentucky by St. Simon Place and Scott Stephens, the chestnut colt is produced from the stakes-winning and multiple graded stakes-placed Macho Uno mare Livi Makenzie. The colt hails from the family of millionaire and multiple graded stakes winner Surf Cat and graded stakes winner Rosie O’Greta.

Global Campaign, a son of Curlin out of the A.P. Indy mare Globe Trot, is a half-brother to Champion First-Crop Sire Bolt d’Oro. Global Campaign won the historic Woodward H. (G1) at four, just like his sire, earning a 104 Beyer Speed Figure, and he also captured the Peter Pan S. (G3) in 1:46.71, the second-fastest Peter Pan at the 1 1/8-mile distance.

In addition to the colt at Keeneland, Global Campaign saw first yearlings at Fasig-Tipton July sell for up to $175,000, $150,000, etc. His first weanlings last year sold for up to $100,000.