The Horse of a Lifetime!
Fee for 2019: $66,000
The first US Triple Crown winner in 37 years
Dual Gr.1 winning Champion 2YO & 6-time Gr.1 winning Champion 3YO. The world’s highest-rated horse in 2015 – higher-rated than leading sires Street Cry, Medaglia d’Oro and More Than Ready
“The most exciting stud horse ever sent to Australia”
– The Australian, 5 March 2017
A high-class Danehill-free pedigree.
His southern hemisphere yearlings have already sold for $850,000, $750,000, $750,000, $675,000, $600,000, $575,000, NZ$575,000, $460,000, $450,000, $400,000, $375,000, NZ$360,000, $300,000, $260,000, $250,000, $210,000, $210,000, NZ$210,000, NZ$200,000 etc.
“American Pharoah has done such a good job overseas and a lot of his winners are on turf…we like him and will be happy to buy more of them this year.”
– Wayne Hawkes, purchaser of the American Pharoah ex. Azumi colt for $750,000
“American Pharoah is obviously a horse that has come here with a big level of excitement on. We’re leaving with two, a colt and a filly, obviously we like them.”
– Garry Cuddy, Spendthrift, purchasers of the American Pharoah ex Tsaritsa colt for $600,000 and Vivi Veloce filly for $375,000
US Champion first crop sire of 2019!
His first northern hemisphere crop includes 6 Stakes winners…
- Four Wheel Drive won the Gr.2 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf Sprint at Santa Anita, the Gr.3 Futurity Stakes at Belmont Park & the US$100,000 Rosie’s Stakes at Colonial Downs for Wesley Ward
- Sweet Melania – dual winner including a very impressive 5½-length win in the Gr.2 Jessamine Stakes at Keeneland for Todd Pletcher. Third in the Gr.1 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf at Santa Anita
- Maven won a maiden for Wesley Ward at Aqueduct, won the Gr.3 Prix du Bois at Chantilly
- Cafe Pharoah – dual winner in Japan including the Listed Hyacinth Stakes
- Another Miracle won a maiden & the Skidmore Stakes at Saratoga Gary Contessa. Finished third in the Gr.2 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf Sprint at Santa Anita
- Harvey’s Lil Goil – dual winner including the Busanda Stakes at Aqueduct by 7½ lengths for William Mott
- Monarch of Egypt bolted up at Naas on debut for Aidan O’Brien, runner-up in the Gr.1 Phoenix Stakes & Gr.2 Railway Stakes
- American Theorem – debut maiden winner at Del Mar. Runner-up in the Gr.1 American Pharoah Stakes at Santa Anita
- Skygaze – 7-length maiden winner at Woodbine. First past the post in the Gr.3 Mazarine Stakes, disqualified placed third
Other black-type performers include Envied, Prince Of Pharoahs, Homeland, Saqqara King, Princesa Caroline, Royal Act etc.