Tuesday’s California Thoroughbred Breeders Association Northern California Yearling Sale posted strong gains across the board from 2020, with average yearling sales price of nearly $10,000, highest in six years.
A filly by promising new stallion Stanford was the sale topper at $45,000.
She is out of the Broken Vow mare Jeannie’s Genie, bred by Michael Allen, consigned by Easterbrook Livestock and purchased by Robert Jones.
The highest-priced colt was by Vronsky, purchased by GCCI for $36,000. He is out of the Tizbud mare Just Lookn Again, was bred by West 12 Ranch, Inc. and Craig Allen and consigned by Hanson’s River Ranch.
The average yearling sale price of $9,977 was nearly 40 percent higher than last year’s $7,217, and is the highest since $11,537 in 2015. Gross yearling sales on Tuesday were $917,900, compared to $505,200 last year for 69 sold. The yearling median price doubled from last year’s $3,000 to $6,000.
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