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Justify – On The Road To Fame!

Coolmore's unique incentive

A car giveaway. There’s something for South African breeders to consider!

Well it’s not just a car, really. Coolmore Australia has announced an exciting incentive that will see the winner of the first qualifying two or three-year-old race from the first crop of Justify awarded a brand new Ferrari.

This innovative concept starts with the Magic Millions Yearling Sale in January 2022 and will apply to all yearling sales throughout the year in Australia and New Zealand, as well as all owner/breeders with Justify yearlings to race.

“In the past, other farms have offered cash bonuses as incentives for various first crop sires, however with a stallion as special as Justify we thought it was appropriate to reward the owners of the first Group I winning Justify with a Ferrari.

“Ferrari’s and Justify have so much in common. They are both fast, red, powerful and incredibly stunning and given the quality of his stock that we have seen, we’re convinced that we will be giving one away,” said Coolmore Australia Principal, Tom Magnier.

Coolmore will present a Ferrari to the buyer listed in the official sales results or owner/breeder of the first Justify to win one of the qualifying races as listed below.

“Justify is the only US Triple Crown winner to ever retire undefeated and is undoubtedly one of the most extraordinary horses to shuttle to Australia,” Magnier added.

“Ever since it was announced that he was shuttling he has been met with an incredible response by Australasian breeders, and covered an unbelievable book of mares in his first season. We could not be happier with the quality of the Justify stock that we have at Coolmore and reports from all of our clients with Justify yearlings to sell and race has been overwhelmingly complimentary. We couldn’t be more confident about Justify leaving his mark on the Australian breeding landscape in the future, and we are so excited by what is to come.”

Justify is the best son of sire-of-sires Scat Daddy, who has been an incredible speed influence of turf throughout the world, including Australia where his daughter Con Te Partiro was a dual Group I winner.

Justify is one of the most represented first crop sires at the Magic Millions in January with 26 entries (click to see them), including progeny of the likes of Global Glamour, Savvy Coup, Eckstein, Black Mamba, The Party Stand and Lake Geneva, as well as siblings to Loving Gaby, Pohutukawa, Fiesta and Annabel Neasham’s highly talented two-year-old Wild Calm.

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7 comments on “Justify – On The Road To Fame!

  1. Editor says:

    Testing 1,2,3

  2. Neill de Bruyn says:

    Nice nice nice job well done. LIke the layout, navigating is easy, like the sport coverage TOO much. Pictures now larger on my mobile too.

  3. George McDonald says:

    According to a court’s ruling Friday 10th December come mid 2022 Justify might not be an Triple Crown winner

    1. Editor says:

      They have a fiat on standby, George 🙂

  4. Donald Bradshaw says:

    Good one Ed ( the Fiat ) , also congratulations on the S.P. techno upgrade , excellent layout and easy to navigate especially by a computer illiterate like myself !

    1. Editor says:

      Tks Donald – it’s a work in progress – plenty tweaking and phase 2 to come

  5. George McDonald says:

    Just that the Fiat was beaten when run on legal 93 octane compared to the Ferrari 120 octane, better known as monkey from Navarro Filling Station.

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