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Super Start to NZB Ready to Run Sale

Super Start to NZB Ready to Run Sale

Day One of the two-day New Zealand Bloodstock Ready to Run Sale kicked off in fine style at Karaka today, with strong results showing healthy growth on last year's figures.

In spite of a multitude of late withdrawals reducing the catalogue by more than 60 lots, a broad international buying bench competed hotly for the remaining lots on offer, securing 91 of the 167 lots catalogued for today.

The top lot came towards the end of the afternoon, when a grey colt by Galileo out of Centaine mare, Heather, was bought by Hong Kong trainer, Michael Chang for NZ$350,000. The colt is a first foal from the three-time winning mare, and the second highest priced lot ever seen at this Sale. Consignors, Lyndhurst Farm, secured top honours for the day as leading vendors by average with three sold for an average of NZ$172,000. Lyndhurst Farm have a further eight lots catalogued for sale tomorrow.

The Select and General distinction previously seen at this Sale was abandoned this year in favour of offering all horses together in a single session across the two days. The average at the end of Day One was NZ$47,025, up from a final average of NZ$43,456 last year, with the clearance rate a very pleasing 72%, up from a final clearance rate of 63% last year.

Buyers from Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Australia were dominant throughout, with Stephen Grey, Manfred Man, Willie Leung, David Hill, Peter Moody, Don Campbell and Michael Clements among those featuring prominently on the results sheets at the end of the first day.

Selling will continue with remainder of the 334 lots catalogued for Sale set to be presented tomorrow from 11am at Karaka. Full results from Day One can now be viewed online at http://www.nzb.co.nz/.

2006 Ready to Run Sale - Day One Statistics
Lots Catalogued 167
Lots Sold 91
Clearance 72%
Average $47,025
Aggregate $4,279,250
2006 Ready to Run Sale - Day One Top Lots
LOT BREEDING VENDOR PURCHASER LOCATION PRICE
131 GC Galileo / Heather LYNDHURST FARM MICHAEL CHANG RACING STABLES HONG KONG $350,000
59 BRC O'Reilly / Caught Kanudling PHOENIX PARK MR MANFRED MAN HONG KONG $160,000
13 BC Rhythm / Zero Celsius ANZAC LODGE NZB AS AGENT SINGAPORE $130,000
55 CC Volksraad / Cape City WOODRIDGE FARM MR D O'DONNELL HONG KONG $130,000
29 BC Testa Rossa / Ascot Style LYNDHURST FARM DAVID HILL RACING STABLES SINGAPORE $105,000
65 BC Danewin / Christer WEATHERLEY BLOODSTOCK LTD NZB AS AGENT SINGAPORE $105,000
116 BC Volksraad / Giselda STRATHCARRON STUD LTD NZB AS AGENT AUSTRALIA $100,000
141 BC Postponed / Impressana HALO BLOODSTOCK LTD MAGUS EQUINE HONG KONG $100,000
27 BC O'Reilly / Anne of Tudor ESKER LODGE LTD MR KD CAMPBELL VICTORIA $95,000
69 BG Danasinga / Clear Cut SALLY'S STABLES NZB AS AGENT SINGAPORE $95,000
For news and sales information, contact Marketing Manager, Petrea Vela (petrea@nzb.co.nz or +64 9 2980055).


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