Godolphin has sold yet another one of its talented three-year-olds to overseas buyers in Hong Kong.
The deal will make it the second Godolphin horse to be sold to Hong Kong to be trained by Caspar Fownes this year.
Fownes took over the training of former Godolphin galloper Chenier earlier this year after he was sold to Hong Kong interests and made an emphatic debut last weekend winning impressively at his first outing.
Godolphin’s managing director Vin Cox said that Endanger was an attractive horse for the Hong Kong market and attracted a good price tag.
“We are no different to any other organisation in this industry. We have got to be commercial and got to run a business,” Cox told Racing.com.
“In that regard, we make commercial decisions and when you get offered good money, you’ve got to seriously look at them.
“He’s a nice horse and that’s why he gets the attention from regions like Hong Kong. The fact he is lightly raced (and) is a Stakes performer at a pretty high level, makes him very attractive for those guys.”
Endanger was trained out of Melbourne by Anthony and Sam Freedman, winning two of his four career starts.