Nutrien Sale day two has not lost the momentum gathered. Stepping into the Classic’s two, three and four year olds saw solid prices across all ages and sexes.
Topping today’s sale at $210,000 was an outstanding two year old chestnut colt Regent on account of Tom Williamson. The Metallic Rebel son is from one of Williamsons best One More Playboy mare lines and was snapped up by astute repeat clients Steve and Rebecca Cadzow, Mt Riddock Station Alice Springs.
Successful Classic vendors John and Jenn Corbett, Clear Hills, Adelong, NSW sold their two year old chestnut filly Lot 193 Yaven Annie Hotter for $200,000. The filly is by the deceased American super sire Hottish out the Metallic Cat mare Yaven Junebug, she was secured by Gavin Bulmer, Casino.
Late on day two, selling for $135,000 was the lovely three year old filly, Halo Springs Chiquita purchased by Ian Windsor, WEC Industries, Mellew Station, Barcaldine. The attractive palomino filly, consigned by Tsidkenu Pty Ltd, boasted impressive bloodlines being a full sister to the performed successful sire Beniah (BC Gigolo x Chickasha Stacey).
Salerno Pastoral, Clagiraba Qld, sold their two year old filly lot 248, Salerno Dreaming Jedda for $80,000 to Ray White Dalby. Dreaming Jedda is by renown sire Hazelwood Conman who’s progeny have dominated this week’s campdrafting results.
The three year old gelding market didn’t disappoint. Lot 298 KJA Mellow Meteles consigned by Kylie Graham was secured for $48,000 by Dom Shanahan of Shanahan Property Trust Barnawartha, Vic. The Meteles Cat gelding is from Ms Grahams most successful dam line which has proven each year to be sought after by repeat clients.
At the conclusion of day two, sale average is $32,982 with an 84% clearance and currently grossing $8,476 500. Day three will kick off at 8am EDT Saturday 4th February with lots 341-520.
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