CTBA Northern California Yearling Sale Posts Increase

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A son of Vronsky sold for $100,000 to top the California Thoroughbred Breeders Association Northern California Yearling and Horses of Racing Age Sale, which posted year-over-year result increases, the auction said in a release late Tuesday.

With 114 yearlings sold, gross sales were $1,064,900 for an average of $9,260 and median price of $5,500. Last year, 105 yearlings sold for $871,100, an average of $8,296 and median price of $4,500. The average sales price for yearlings this year was 11.6 percent higher than last year.

The sales topper, the first foal out of the Acclamation mare was bred by Harris Farms and Gary Parker and purchased by PT Syndicate #1 and Meister.

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