Kennedy Oaks (G1) winner Personal is moving to the United States to be trained in New York by Chad Brown.
The Coolmore-raced filly, who finished runner-up to Media Award in the Australasian Oaks (G1) last month and later seventh in the TAB South Australian Derby (G1), will leave Australia June 9 after 14 starts with Lindsay Park, recording two wins and more than AU$1.25 million in prize money.
“The Breeders’ Cup would be the ultimate goal but, of course, she has to travel and show her form in lead-up races,” Coolmore racing manager Rob Archibald told Racing.com.
“They think there is more racing in her and there is a very good opportunity in America for fillies and mares, and, given her form again this season, it is certainly worth a try.
“We have to thank the Hayes family and (Lindsay Park) stable for developing her into an incredible filly.”
On her potential location as a broodmare in the future, Archibald added: “It’s not been decided yet but obviously having operations in Ireland, U.S., and Australia, there are some good options for her as a broodmare.”
Foaled in August 2017, Personal is by Fastnet Rock out of Galileo ‘s stakes-winning daughter Personify. Bred by Cressfield, Personal was purchased for AU$640,000 (US$456,192) by Tom Magnier and BBA Ireland from her breeder’s consignment to the 2019 Inglis Australasian Easter Yearling Sale.