CTHS Sale Concludes With Positive Numbers

Published: September 13, 2011 02:53 pm EDT

On Saturday, September 10, a trio of yearlings which each sold for $45,000 topped the Open Session of the annual Canadian-Bred Yearling Sale

at the Woodbine Sales Pavilion.

Mike DePaulo, Agent for Bear Stables, signed the ticket for the top selling filly of the night, a daughter of Philanthropist through the Woodlands (Gail Wood) consignment, Agent for Lucille Wakefield. Cudney Stables purchased a son of Langfuhr through Schonberg Farm, Agent for Gustav Schickedanz, while the third $45,000 sale topper went to Pat Parente for a Pioneering colt, consigned by Willow Ridge Farm Thoroughbreds Inc., Agent.

By the night’s end, a total of 129 yearlings were sold for $1,266,600, up 1.2 per cent from last year’s Open Session total of $1,251,400. The average yearling price increased over 30 per cent from $7,539 in 2010 to $9,819 in 2011. This year’s median of $5,000 was also up 25 per cent over last year’s median of $4,000.

Click here to view the complete results of the 2011 Canadian-Bred Yearling Sale.

Arrangements are now being made for the CTHS Winter Mixed Sale, which will take place Saturday, November 28 at the Woodbine Sales Pavilion at Woodbine Racetrack, in suburban Toronto.


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