Triple Crown hopeful Justify’s Breeding Rights Sold for $60 Million

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Justify’s Breeding Rights Sold to Coolmore Farm for $60 Million

New York Times 2018 Belmont Stakes coverage: American Pharoah owner rooting for a Justify sweep of Triple Crown

Asbury Park Press Justify owner’s dilemma: Run Audible in Belmont and risk Triple Crown?

Source: Justify’s Breeding Rights Sold to Coolmore Farm for $60 Million

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  1. Justify was NOT sold… Coolmore has inquired about breeding rights, that does NOT mean it’s final. Winstar is focusing on Justify’s racing career and will NOT be making any breeding decisions in the near future.

    “we have had numerous inquiries into the breeding rights of Justify, including from Coolmore. Nothing is finalized at this time and won’t be for the foreseeable future. We are focused on the Belmont Stakes (G1) and his racing career at this time.”
    – Kenny Trout (owner of Winstar Farm)

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