Retired Australian sprinter Houtzen has sold for US $1.5 million (over $2 million AUD) at the Keeneland Sales in Lexington, Kentucky overnight.
The Magic Millions 2YO Classic winner was sold in foal to US sire Curlin.
Houtzen demolishes her rivals on the Gold Coast sending out an ominous warning ahead of next week's Magic Millions with an arrogant victory! pic.twitter.com/2yIhf3POQa
— TAB (@tabcomau) January 7, 2017
Former trainers Trent and Toby Edmonds were pleased with the result, taking to twitter to share their feelings on the sale.
So proud of this great mare!
She helped put us on the 🗺 & here Houtzen is being appreciated on the other side of the 🌎
— Edmonds Racing (@EdmondsRacing) November 9, 2020
The sale will be a good result for Aquis Farm, who bought a large share in Houtzen before she contested the Group 1 King Stand Stakes in Great Britain.