World Record Falls at Heritage Place Fall Sale

Moonin The Eagle sells for $2.1 million on the first day of the two-day mixed sale

Moonin The Eagle, a Grade 1-winning son of One Famous Eagle, sold for a world-record $2.1 million on Friday.

Moonin The Eagle, a 6-year-old son of One Famous Eagle and the winner of the 2016 Remington Park Invitational Championship (G1) in his final career start, sold for a world-record $2.1 million at the Heritage Place Fall Mixed Sale on Friday.

Bobby D. Cox signed the ticket for Moonin The Eagle, who was consigned by Chris Benedict, agent for AECOM/URS Federal Services. The $2.1 million marked a world record for a Quarter Horse stallion sold at auction.

The sale continues on Saturday, beginning at 10 a.m. (CDT). Click here for a complete recap of the first day of the sale.

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