Hip # 244C | Consigned by Beau Lane Bloodstock, agent
Unicorn Girl, dam of undefeated two-time Grade 1 winner and leading Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (G1) candidate Jackie’s Warrior has been supplemented to the November Breeding Stock Sale. She is in foal to leading sire Into Mischief.
In the Champagne (G1) at Belmont, Jackie’s Warrior dominated his rivals with a front-running 5½-length victory. The effort solidified the colt’s status as a favorite in the Nov. 6 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile at Keeneland and set the graduate of Keeneland’s 2019 September Yearling Sale on course for an Eclipse Award as division champion.
The Champagne continued Jackie’s Warrior’s roll this year. He won his June 19 career debut by 2½ lengths at Churchill Downs and next took the Aug. 7 Saratoga Special (G2) by 3 lengths. On Sept. 7, Jackie’s Warrior captured the Runhappy Hopeful (G1) at Saratoga by 2¼ lengths in stakes-record time.
Unicorn Girl, by the A.P. Indy stallion A. P. Five Hundred, is in foal to the powerhouse Into Mischief, whose stud fee recently climbed to $225,000 for 2021. His recent headliners include Kentucky Derby (G1) hero Authentic and Test (G1) winner Gamine. Into Mischief was the leading sire by gross sales at the recent Keeneland September Yearling Sale, where 19 of his sons and daughters commanded $500,000 or more. Five sold for $1 million or more, including the $1.9 million sale-topping filly.
Unicorn Girl has a pedigree page loaded with quality. Out of stakes winner Horah for Bailey, she is a half-sister to eight winners, including stakes winner Bernie the Maestro, who earned $694,317, and a pair of stakes horses who banked nearly $200,000 each.
On the race track, Unicorn Girl was competitive, classy and sound. Racing on the East Coast, she won 19 races and earned $483,508 in 54 races.