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$2.3 Million Colt Named Brock

The $2.3 million Distorted Humor colt, which topped the Fasig-Tipton Florida select sale of 2-year-olds in training and is the most expensive juvenile sold at public auction this year, has been named Brock. He is being prepared further for racing at the Robert Scanlon Training Center in Florida by David Scanlon and is scheduled to be shipped to the racetrack in May, according to Kentucky bloodstock agent John Moynihan, who is the bloodstock adviser to the colt’s owner, wine mogul Jess Jackson. Read More

 

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