At Stone Farm...... We're trying to raise you a good horse!

We were the 1st farm to sell a yearling for $1 million. We've also consigned Nov. and toppers, and of course, Fusaichi Pegasus, the sale-topping Keeneland July yearling who became the 2000 Kentucky Derby-G1 winner.

Prominent horses consigned by Stone Farm as young horses include classic winners like FUSAICHI PEGASUS (1998 Keeneland July Yearling, $4,000,000), RISEN STAR (1986 Keeneland July Yearling, $210,000), SUNDAY SILENCE (1987 Keeneland July Yearling, $17,000), and most recently European 2yo Champion colt AIR FORCE BLUE (2014 Keeneland September
Yearling, $490,000).

We've been equally successful with broodmares or broodmare prospects, and our consignments have included such top racemares as Kentucky Oaks-G1 winners PRINCESS ROONEY (1985 Keeneland November, $5,500,000) and GOODBYE HALO (1990 Keeneland January, $2,100,000).

Numerous other stakes winners have passed through our consignment over the years and include DEPOSIT TICKET (G1), NO MATTER WHAT (G1), and many more. Current stars include ALANNAN, winner of the Commonwealth Breeders' Cup H.-G2 and the Churchill Downs H.-G2 this spring, and E Dubai, who wired an allowance field by 12 ½ lengths and then finished second in the Peter Pan S.-G2 only two weeks later.

Fusaichi Pegasus sells for $4,000,000

Although we have focused primarily on Kentucky sales over the years, 2001 commemorates the first consignment in history by Stone Farm to the Saratoga Select Yearling Sale. The event marks the first time a member of the Hancock family has sold at Saratoga in nearly 60 years. In 1942, Hancock's grandfather, Arthur B. Hancock Sr., had his last Saratoga consignment before shifting to Keeneland due to World War II travel restrictions.

We Sell Only What We Raise

We sold the highest priced Mr. Prospector ever sold at Keeneland July and now We’ve sold the highest priced Unbridled yearling EVER.


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