Lot 286 WOLF OF WALL STREET owned Tamarang.
Top Price Stallion “Wolf of Wall Street” sold by Richard & Sandi Bull for $65,000 was purchased over the phone by Ray Heslin from 7 Star Quarter Horses as he watched the sale whilst overseas in America. Though phone bidding is not a new concept, to be able to see the sale live and be bidding either online or over the phone is a truly amazing opportunity for vendors at the Landmark Classic.
Lot 566 DUCKDOWN on account of John Breklemans, sold to Noel & Jo-Anne Chiconi for $80,000.
Topping this year Landmark Classic Sale at $80,000 was successful vendor John Breklemans from Gracemere QLD, with his four-year-old bay mare Duck Down.
Johns planning with his breeding is paying off in the sale ring, “Once you used to have to win the Futurity to get a good name to sell horses, now we don’t have to do that with Landmark”
John breeds his horses to be able to go either Camp drafting or Cutting and the Landmark Classic has given him a great stage to sell his Duck horses.
2015 saw him break the top price mare record on Saturday with Breks Conducktress selling her for $67,500 and then smashing this record on Sunday with Duck Down, purchased by fellow Queenslanders Noel & Jo-Anne Chiconi.
Top Price Gelding MELLO ONE on account of Kylie Graham sold to Gemma Leckie & Andrew Smith for $29,000.
Western Australian campdrafters, Gemma Leckie and Andrew Smith, Mount Barker, purchased the top-priced gelding for $29,000.Trained and presented by Kylie Graham, Taroom, QLD, the One Stylish Pepto gelding is said to have “a natural ability to chase cattle”.