Stone Farm: For half of a century.
If you take care of the land,
the land will take care of you.
We’re trying to raise you a good horse.
We sell only what we raise.
Stone Farm consigned the $1.6 million session topper at Monday night’s select yearling sale at Saratoga on Aug. 8th. The colt by Uncle Mo out of Dame Dorothy was foaled, raised and now sold by Stone Farm for breeder and restaurateur Bobby Flay. A half-brother to multiple Graded stakes-winning filly Spice is Nice, the yearling was purchased by Jacob West for Robert and Lawana Low. The Lows are also the owners of Spice is Nice.
The session topper ended up the second highest price of the sale. Here’s Thoroughbred Daily News’ coverage of the Monday night event.