Fusaichi Pegasus Halter
Before he ever set foot on a racetrack, Fusaichi Pegasus was branded racing's next superstar. And the brilliant offspring lived up to that haughty billing by winning the Kentucky Derby in 2000. Just prior to his championship at Churchill, "Fu-Peg," laid the groundwork by capturing the Grade 1 Wood Memorial. When his racing career was over, Fusaichi Pegasus was appraised as the most valuable thoroughbred in the history of the sport and sold for an astounding $60 million. Not bad for a one-time yearling that was sold for a "mere" four-million dollars. His son, Roman Ruler, produced Ruler on Ice, winner of the 2011 Belmont Stakes. Offered here is a stallion halter worn by Fu-Peg, accompanied by a COA.
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