Denali Stud

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Now in our third decade of operation Denali Stud has consistently been a leading consignor
of yearlings, weanlings and broodmares at public auctions in Kentucky and New York.

Equally as important as the commercial success is the racetrack performance
of our graduates. Denali consignments consistently produce racing stars.

In 2013, Denali foaled, raised and sold champion, ANIMAL KINGDOM won the world’s richest race, the Dubai World Cup-G1. Winner of the 2011 Kentucky Derby-G1 ANIMAL KINGDOM was syndicated for stallion duty by owner Team Valor in 2012. He will stand southern hemisphere at Arrowfield Stud in Australia for 2013 and then travel back to Kentucky to stand at Darley starting in 2014.

In 2010 Denali graduate UNCLE MO was named champion two-year-colt after an undefeated
season capped off with his win in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile-G1.

Our most notable graduates include:

ANIMAL KINGDOM ($8,300,000) Champion Three-Year-Old colt in 2011. Winner Dubai World Cup-G1, Kentucky Derby-G1, 2nd Breeders’ Cup Mile-G1, etc.

UNCLE MO ($1,606,000, Breeders' Cup Juvenile.-G1, Champagne S.-G1, etc.). Champion two-year-old of 2010, sold as a weanling by Denali. Standing at Ashford Stud.

DAVID JUNIOR ($4,116,359). Champion in England and the UAE was a Keeneland
weanling graduate. Now at stud in Japan.

IPI TOMBE ($1,529,779). International Champion and superstar, Horse of the Year
in Dubai. Consigned by Denali, she topped the Tattersalls November Sale in 2004.

REAL QUIET ($3,271,802). Champion Three-Year-Old was sold as a yearling. The Kentucky
Derby-G1/Preakness S.-G1 winner narrowly missed the Triple Crown.

STRAVINSKY Champion European Sprinter was sold as yearling. He was North
America’s Leading Freshman Sire of 2003.

ROYAL ACADEMY Champion in England and Ireland and winner of the Breeders'
Cup Mile-G1.

PLUCK ($727,290), Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf-G2 winner in 2010, foaled and raised at Denali.

LEFT BANK U.S. Eclipse Award Champion was sold as a yearling.

HAYNESFIELD ($1,319,481, Jockey Club Gold Cup S.-G1, etc.), sold by Denali at Keeneland September.

MUSHKA ($1,096,125). Spinster S.-G1 winner was a $1,600,000 Saratoga Sale Topper.

SPRING IN THE AIR ($542,067, Champion Two Year Old Filly in Canada in 2012, 1st Darley Alcibiades S.-G1, etc.).

LEONNATUS ANTEAS Champion Two-Year-Old in Canada was sold as a yearling.

DEPUTY COMMANDER ($1,906,640). Travers S.-G1and Super Derby-G1 winner was
sold as a weanling.

BOURBON BAY, multiple graded stakes winner and multiple Grade I stakes placed winner of $969,466, sold by Denali at Keeneland.

A SHIN FORWARD, winner of the $2.3 million Mile Championship (Jpn-I) was sold by Denali at the Fasig-Tipton NY yearling sale and was awarded NY Bred Horse of the Year.

GOT KOKO ($960,946). La Brea S.-G1 winner/3rd Breeders' Cup Distaff-G1 sold as a yearling.

KING'S BEST European Classic winner was foaled and raised at Denali. He became
the world's leading sire of two-year-old winners in 2004.

HOOKEDONTHEFEELIN La Brea S.-G1 winner was sold as a yearling.

LION TAMER ($1,000,727). Cigar Mile-G1winner/3rd Breeders' Cup Sprint-G1 sold
as a weanling.

SHARP LISA ($658,100). Las Virgenes-G1 winner was sold as a yearling.

SOPHISTICAT Coronation Cup-G1 winner was foaled, raised and sold as a yearling
for $3,400,000.

CASINO DRIVE 2008 Peter Pan S.-G2 winner was sold as a yearling for $950,000.


STRAIGHT STORY Multiple Graded Stakes Winner of $736,000, by top sire Giant's Causeway was a $400,000 Denali sales graduate.

HARLINGTON Gulfstream Park H.-G2 winner was sold as a yearling for $2,800,000.
At stud at Hill 'n' Dale Farm.

SANTA CATARINA Hollywood Oaks-G2 winner was the $4,800,000 Keeneland
November Sale Topper in 2004.

SPRING HOUSE 2008 San Luis Obispo H.-G2winner was sold as a yearling.

KITTY IN A TIZZY 2012 Chicago H.-G3winner was sold as a yearling.