Grade 2 winner Teton Forest was well represented with his first crop of yearlings offered at the Keeneland September sale.
Ten yearlings by Teton Forest sold at the famed annual auction for a gross of $342,000, giving the promising young stallion an average of more than $34,000 per yearling – more than six times his stud fee.
Many of the industry’s top buyers signed tickets for yearlings from Teton Forest’s first crop, including the McKathan Brothers, who made a final bid of $130,000 for a colt out of the Cherokee Run mare Princess Sequoia.
“He’s a really pretty horse, we are really pleased,” said J.B. McKathan. “His conformation was solid and he was very good-looking and athletic.”
J.B. and Kevin