Local and regional demand at the Scone Yearling Sale
20th May 2013
Local and regional buyers snapped up 83% of the lots offered at the 2013 Inglis HTBA Scone Yearling Sale on Sunday at White Park.
146 yearlings were sold at yesterday’s sale for $1,774,000. The average price recorded was $12,151 and median $9,000.
Broadmeadow trainer Paul Perry purchased the top priced yearling at the sale for $62,500, a colt by exciting young sire Northern Meteor from Sirenese that was offered as Lot 104 (pictured) by Jorson Farm.
Perry finished as the leading buyer at the sale having purchased four yearlings for a total spend of $151,500.
Local trainers had strong competition from owners, bloodstock agents and Ready 2 Race pinhookers that had travelled from throughout the region and interstate to Scone. Full buyer statistics can be found HERE
Arrowfield Stud sold all 18 of their offerings to finish at the top of the leading vendors list, highlighted by Lot 46 a colt by Snitzel from Lady Zabelia that sold to Darby Racing for $56,000.
Complete vendor and sire statistics for the 2013 Inglis HTBA Scone Yearling Sale can be viewed on the sale page at www.inglis.com.au
Yearlings that passed in during the sale are available for purchase via the Inglis Make-An-Offer Service.
Scone Yearling Sale statistics
|Sold||146 (83%)||167 (85%)|
Buyers looking to aim higher with an Inglis yearling are reminded of the new 2013 Inglis Sydney Classic Yearling Sale Winter Book at Newmarket next month. 213 lots have been catalogued for the inaugural Winter Book in Sydney on Sunday 23 June.
Inglis’ focus is in Melbourne this week for the three-day Great Southern Sale. 200 weanlings (Lots 1-200) will be offered from 10:30am tomorrow, Tuesday 21 May. An additional 101 weanlings (Lots 201–289 & supplementary 585-596) are catalogued for sale on day two followed by 141 Broodmares (Lots 290 – 430).
The final day of the 2013 Great Southern Sale sale, Thursday 23 May, features the remaining broodmares, plus stallions, yearlings, race fillies, colts and geldings, including 62 supplementary entries.