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Got A Mo?

His pedigree is free of Mr Prospector

The first son of Uncle Mo at Stud in South Africa will make an appearance before races at Durbanville on Wednesday 27 June at 11h00.

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Royal Mo, who will stand his first season at Klawervlei for a fee of R30 000, gives breeders an opportunity to be a part of a totally out-crossed pedigree free of Mr Pospector.

Royal Mo (ex Royal Irish Lass) was bred by Brandywine Farm in Kentucky and knocked down to Jerry and Ann Moss for $300,000 at the 2015 Keeneland September Sale.

A Classic  contender at 3 in the USA in 2017, he won the Gr3 Robert B’ Lewis Stakes over 1700m and ran 3rd in the Gr1 Santa Anita Derby. Injury stymied plans to run him in the Preakness.

He is from the second crop of Uncle Mo an unbeaten Champion 2yo whose first crop smashed all kinds of records with 24 individual Stakes winners, including Champion 2yo and Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist. He boasts a multiple stakes producing dam line.

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2 comments on “Got A Mo?

  1. Michael de Broglio says:

    Fantastic stallion – South African filly Do you Remember recently had a filly by him and is now in foal to American Pharaoh. Uncle Mo stands at $125 000 now, down form $150 000, compared to $85 000 for American Pharaoh.

  2. When one realizes that the record-breaking results of UNCLE MO’s first crop (foaled 2013) were conceived at a fee of only $35,000 – one can only begin to imagine how his more ‘commercially’ bred progeny – now only yearlings and foals – will perform in the years ahead!

    ROYAL MO (USA) – with the looks, the size, the ability, the pedigree, and the temperament, offers breeders a unique opportunity to send almost any mare they have to him!

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