Copa Bullrich Junio Sale Concludes


The sale-topping Hurricane Cat colt | Copa Bullrich

After a seven-day online bidding period, Argentina's Copa Bullrich Junio Sale came to a close with a live auction at Haras La Pasion that was streamed live online and via Zoom.

Forty yearlings were sold from Argentine studs La Pasion, Firmamento, Santa Ines, Carampangue, El Mallin, Don Yayo and La Pomme.

Topping trade was lot 53, a colt by Hurricane Cat out of the listed-placed Hawaian Sunset (Arg) (Hat Trick {Jpn}) and from the family of champion and three-time Group 1 winner Puerto Escondido (Arg) (Hurricane Cat). He made a final price of $32,500.

The progeny of first-season sire Hit It A Bomb, who recently had his first 2-year-old winner in the U.S., were well sought after and he was responsible for the highest-priced filly, lot 11, who realized $26,800 from Fabricio De Galera.

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