Uncle Lino filly sells for $200K at OBS March Sale

March 19, 2021

With his first crop to the races in 2020, Uncle Lino ranked among the top sires of 2-year-olds in the Mid-Atlantic region by earnings, winners and stakes horses. And his second crop is already making headlines! A stellar juvenile daughter sold for $200,000 at the OBS March sale to Holly and David Wilson. 

The chestnut filly (HIP 416), bred in Maryland by Louis C. Carrico, equaled the second-fastest eighth of a mile time in the under tack show and proved a picture in the ring. She is one of 71 Uncle Lino 2-year-olds getting ready to hit the track in 2021.

Uncle Lino, a stakes-siring son of champion Uncle Mo, one of the hottest sires of sires in the world. Out of the Orientate mare Haysee, he stands at Northview Stallion Station in Chesapeake City, Maryland for a fee of $4,000. 

Bred in Kentucky by JPR Stable, LLC, Uncle Lino was foaled on February 11, 2013. He sold as a yearling at the 2014 Keeneland September Sale for $52,000 to Tom Mansor, Purple Shamrock Racing and Gary Sherlock, the latter also his trainer. 

The 8-year-old stallion won the California Chrome Stakes, was second in the Robert B. Lewis G3 and third in the Santa Anita Derby G1. He left the track with a record of eight starts, 2-2-2 with earnings of $316,160. 

Other stallions standing at Northview include Golden Lad (Medaglia d’pro), Hoppertunity (Any Given Saturday), Irish War Cry (Curlin), Madefromlucky (Lookin At Lucky), Great Notion (Elusive Quality), Medallist (Touch Gold), Peace and Justice (War Front) and Redeemed (Include). 

State Bred: KY

Winnings: 8 Starts: 2 – 2 – 2, $316,160

Foaled February 11, 2013

At 3: 1st California Chrome S.; 2nd Robert B. Lewis S.(G3,SA); 3rd Santa Anita Derby (G1,SA)

Most Recent Auction Result: $52,000 Keeneland Association September 2014 Yearling Sale

Gary Sherlock

Owner: Mansor, Tom, Purple Shamrock Racing and Sherlock, Gary 

Breeder: JPR Stable, LLC

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