The 110 lots sold averaged $30,568 with a top price of $95,000.

The clearance rate was 81.48 per cent.

The sale topper was a filly by Alpine Eagle from Must Be Mink from Armidale Stud that was bought by Victorian trainer Robbie Griffiths and bloodstock agent Peter Ford Thoroughbreds.

A full sister to top galloper Mandela Effect was sold by Mandy Gunn’s Motree Thoroughbreds for $80,000 to Hobart buyer Andrew Scanlon.

The top price was down on the $115,000 achieved last year but the gross was up from $2,943,00 and the average price up from $27,764.

 

TOP PRICED LOTS

Lot 7 – Charge Forward (AUS) / Harada’s Girl (AUS) $60,000

 

TOP 10 BUYERS

Figures are gross outlay –

John Blacker $320,500

John Foote Bloodstock $189,000

Star Thoroughbreds/Randwick Bloodstock Agency $182,500

Mark Ganderton $159,500

Griffiths Racing/Peter Ford T’breds $127,000

Bill Ryan $121,000

Matthew Brown Racing $110,000

David Brunton $108,000

Leon Wells $106,500

Prime Thoroughbreds $95,000

 

TOP 10 VENDORS

Figures are gross sales –

Armidale Stud, Carrick, Tas $1,439,000

Grenville Stud, Whitemore, Tas $741,500

Motree Thoroughbreds, Waterhouse, Tas $237,000

Alva Stud Pty Ltd, Hagley, Tas $227,500

Waterford Livestock, Latrobe, Tas $198,500

Brooklyn Park, Evandale, Tas $180,000

C & K Mahoney, Weetah, Tas $137,000

V V Tu, Devonport, Tas $50,000

Kingsley Park, Cygnet, Tas $40,000

National Lodge, Latrobe, Tas $29,000

 

TOP 10 SIRES

Figures are gross sales –

Alpine Eagle $735,000

Needs Further $392,000

Lionhearted $248,000

Dissident $155,500

Magnus $108,000

Wordsmith $102,000

Foxwedge $90,000

Palentino $89,500

Fighting Sun $86,000

Charge Forward $80,000

Pin It on Pinterest