Increases at 2021 CTHS Alberta Yearling Sale

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Sarah Andrew

Results tabulated from the Sept. 17 Canadian Thoroughbred Horse Society (CTHS) Alberta Thoroughbred Yearling Sale showed hefty increases over the 2020 edition. Gross sales for the 37 yearlings sold totaled C$405,600, up from the C$327,400 for 39 yearlings last year.

The median price for the sale was C$9,500, up from C$4,500 in 2020, and the average price was C$10,962, up from the C$8,394.87 reached last year. The CTHS Alberta sale topper was an Alberta-bred gelding by Value Plus out of Holiday Maker (Harlan's Holiday), bought for C$32,000 by Don Knight and Don Danard from the consignment of C.W. Matier.

The 2022 race season in Alberta will feature both an Alberta-bred program and an Alberta-sired program. Further information and full sales results are available at the CTHS Alberta website.

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