Devil His Due Colt Brings $395,000 Early Tuesday at Fasig-Tipton

A Devil His Due colt, a full brother to added-money winner Devil At the Wire, got the second session of the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky select yearling auction off to a rousing start Tuesday morning when he sold for $395,000. He is the highest-priced horse so far in the auction, which ends today. Mohammed Moubarak signed the sale ticket for Mahmoud Fustok's Buckram Oak Farm.

"He has excellent balance," Moubarak said. "He's a very correct horse with a decent pedigree. He's an excellent individual.

"I think we overpaid a little bit, but for a good individual, you've got to pay a high amount regardless of the pedigree it seems like."

Sarah Nims bred the colt, which was consigned to the sale by Margaux Farm, agent. He is out of the 13-year-old Bold Ruckus mare Ballybeg and is from the family of graded winner Faster Than Sound.

Earlier in the session, B. Wayne Hughes bought a Forestry – Arctic Valley colt for $300,000 from Brandywine Farm. The colt is a half-brother to graded winner Da Devil.

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