West Point latched onto this colt from the first crop of the versatile Grade 1 winner Mshawish and the reports are positive as he learns the ropes this winter with Eddie Woods in Ocala.
"He is a very good mover," said the typically succinct Woods, who has provided the early training lessons more than a hundred stakes winners.
Arabian Prince was acquired at the Fasig Tipton Saratoga sale, widely recognized as the premier boutique yearling sale in the United States. To gain entry into this "Select" sale, a yearling must possess the elusive mix of superior pedigree and virtually flawless conformation. The catalog is littered with the offspring of a "Who's Who" of stallions like Tapit. Curlin, Medaglia d'Oro. Malibu Moon, Bernardini, Into Mischief and the international superstar Galileo.
So when you see a yearling by a first-year stallion in the Select book, you better take notice.
Mshawish is a versatile, multiple Grade One-winning son of Medaglia d'Oro, who earned over $2-million while excelling on both dirt and turf. Arabian Prince's dam, Jolene, was stakes-placed and ironically was owned during her racing career by our very own David Ingordo.
Syndication price of a yearling includes all acquisition, training, veterinary, and insurance expenses until January 1, 2021.
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