Champion British Idiom Sold To Northern Farm In Japan

British Idiom, the champion 2-year-old female of 2019, has been sold to begin her broodmare career at Japan’s Northern Farm, BloodHorse reports.

Bloodstock agent Liz Crow, an advisor for the filly’s ownership group during her on-track career, told BloodHorse that the 4-year-old daughter of Flashback’s sale was finalized in June, and she was exported to Japan in September. Her final start came in the Grade 3 Fantasy Stakes, which she exited with a chip in her right-front ankle.

British Idiom retired with three wins in five starts for earnings of $1,442,139.

She went unbeaten in three starts during her championship season, breaking her maiden by 3 1/2 lengths at Saratoga Race Course, then jumping up in class to take the G1 Alcibiades Stakes by a whopping 6 1/2 lengths. She secured her Eclipse Award in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies at Santa Anita Park, catching favorite Donna Veloce to win by a neck.

Trained by Brad Cox, British Idiom raced for the partnership of Madaket Stables, Michael Dubb, and The Elkstone Group.

British Idiom was bred in Kentucky by Hargus Sexton, Sandra Sexton, and Silver Fern Farm.

Read more at BloodHorse.

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