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Records Keep Tumbling At Select Sale Opening

Records Keep Tumbling At Select Sale Opening Session

A strong opening session of the New Zealand Bloodstock Select Sale at Karaka has seen 161 of the 218 lots on offer change hands for a new record average and median.

Surpassing both last year's final median and average, the new record median is $52,500, up 25% from the final Select Sale median in 2007 of $42,000. The average is currently tracking at $66,919, a 32% increase from last year's final average of $50,755, and the average of $48,381 at the same point in the 2007 Select Sale (after 218 lots).

The current turnover after three days of selling at Karaka is $87,889,500 with today's clearance rate currently at 80%. This already eclipses the turnover for the entire Karaka Sale Series (including the Carnival Sale) in 2007 of $85,284,950 with five days of Yearling Sales left on the cards this year.


Lot 695 with new owners William Tai, Dennis Yip and Highview Stud's Allan Roberts.

The top end of the market was particularly strong today at Karaka, with nine lots already selling for $200,000 or more, compared with just one at this Sale last year.
The highlight of the day came at Lot 695, an O'Reilly colt from the Gold Brose mare Gold Sparkle. Offered by Hallmark Stud, he was bought by John White Bloodstock on behalf of Hong Kong clients Dennis Yip and William Tai for $250,000.
The leading buyer of the session is Matamata based trainer, Paul Moroney with six yearlings purchased today for $610,000 in receipts. This is in addition to six yearlings he purchased at the Premier Sale earlier this week. Moroney is joined on the buyers sheets by prominent buyers John Chalmers Bloodstock of Western Australia, Hong Kong based Magus Equine and Champion Singapore trainer, Laurie Laxon.
The Select Sale continues at Karaka tomorrow with Lot 714 set to go under the hammer at 11am.
Select Sale Day 1 Statistics

Day 1 2008
After 218 Lots 2007
Day 1 & 2 2007

Average
$66,919
$48,381
$50,755

Aggregate
$10,774,000
$7,934,500
$13,754,500

Clearance Rate
80%
82%
81.90%

Median
$52,500
$41,000
$42,000

2008 Select Sale Top Price - Lot 695 B.C O'Reilly x Golden Sparkle
$250,000

2007 Select Sale Top Price - Lot 600 Br.C No Excuse Needed x Cymbidium
$230,000

Select Sale Day 1 Top Ten Lots
Lot
Type
Breeding
Vendor
Purchaser
Price

695
B.C
O'Reilly / Golden Sparkle
HALLMARK STUD
JOHN WHITE BLOODSTOCK (HONG KONG)
$250,000

613
BR.C
Amalfi / Disco Girl
TRELAWNEY STUD
KIERAN MOORE BLOODSTOCK (NSW)
$230,000

641
C.F
Spartacus / Enchanting
CURRAGHMORE STUD
RIC WYLIE BLOODSTOCK (CHRISTCHURCH)
$230,000

700
C.F
Lion Heart / Guinness
LYNDHURST FARM
MR MP BRESLIN (PALMERSTON NORTH)
$230,000

540
B.F
O'Reilly / Carla Rossi
SHELBY PARK
PHILLIPS THOROUGHBREDS (AUCKLAND)
$215,000

571
B.F
Pentire / Close Embrace
RICH HILL THOROUGHBREDS
PAUL MORONEY BLOODSTOCK (MATAMATA)
$200,000

585
B.C
Lion Heart / Crisp
LITTLE AVONDALE STUD
MAGUS EQUINE (HONG KONG)
$200,000

646
BR.F
O'Reilly / Eulogize
LYNDHURST FARM
JOHN CHALMERS BLOODSTOCK (WA)
$200,000

692
B.C
Pentire / Golden Dawn
CURRAGHMORE STUD
JOHN CHALMERS BLOODSTOCK (WA)
$200,000

612
B.F
O'Reilly / Disciple
WAIKATO STUD
MISS D HO (HONG KONG)
$165,000

Select Sale Day 1 Top Ten Purchasers by Aggregate
Purchaser
Bought
Aggregate
Average
Top Price

PAUL MORONEY BLOODSTOCK
6
$610,000
$101,667
$200,000

JOHN CHALMERS BLOODSTOCK
5
$500,000
$100,000
$200,000

MAGUS EQUINE
4
$436,000
$109,000
$200,000

MR LK LAXON
6
$427,500
$71,250
$120,000

NEW ZEALAND BLOODSTOCK (as agent)
6
$349,000
$58,167
$90,000

MR PL BIANCONE
3
$327,500
$109,167
$150,000

MISS D HO
4
$302,500
$75,625
$165,000

JOHN WHITE BLOODSTOCK
1
$250,000
$250,000
$250,000

PHILLIPS THOROUGHBREDS
2
$237,000
$118,500
$215,000

RIC WYLIE BLOODSTOCK
1
$230,000
$230,000
$230,000

MR MP BRESLIN
1
$230,000
$230,000
$230,000

KIERAN MOORE BLOODSTOCK
1
$230,000
$230,000
$230,000

Select Sale Day 1 Leading Vendors by Aggregate
Vendor
Sold
Aggregate
Average
Top Price

LITTLE AVONDALE STUD
5
$637,500
$127,500
$230,000

WAIKATO STUD
7
$552,500
$78,929
$140,000

TRELAWNEY STUD
7
$526,500
$75,214
$170,000

CURRAGHMORE STUD
8
$430,000
$53,750
$90,000

WINDSOR PARK STUD
10
$345,500
$34,550
$90,000

TWIN PINE THOROUGHBREDS
5
$340,500
$68,100
$105,000

THE OAKS STUD
10
$336,500
$33,650
$80,000

WESTBURY STUD
3
$310,000
$103,333
$130,000

CHEQUERS STUD
7
$307,000
$43,857
$80,000

MONOVALE HOLDINGS
5
$276,500
$55,300
$110,000

Select Sale Day 1 Leading Vendors by Average
Vendor
Sold
Average
Aggregate
Top Price

LITTLE AVONDALE STUD
5
$127,500
$637,500
$230,000

WESTBURY STUD
3
$103,333
$310,000
$130,000

WAIKATO STUD
7
$78,929
$552,500
$140,000

TRELAWNEY STUD
7
$75,214
$526,500
$170,000

WHITE ROBE LODGE STUD
3
$69,167
$207,500
$92,500

TWIN PINE THOROUGHBREDS
5
$68,100
$340,500
$105,000

HAUNUI FARM
4
$58,750
$235,000
$90,000

MONOVALE HOLDINGS
5
$55,300
$276,500
$110,000

CURRAGHMORE STUD
8
$53,750
$430,000
$90,000

HALLMARK STUD
5
$52,000
$260,000
$130,000

Top Ten Sires by Average (3 or more sold)
Sire
Sold
Aggregate
Average
Top Price

Lion Heart
3
$550,000
$183,333
$230,000

O'Reilly
7
$1,109,000
$158,429
$250,000

Pentire
4
$518,500
$129,625
$200,000

Van Nistelrooy
3
$295,000
$98,333
$150,000

Don Eduardo
3
$237,500
$79,167
$90,000

Captain Rio
3
$226,000
$75,333
$150,000

Golan
3
$210,000
$70,000
$110,000

High Chaparral
8
$553,000
$69,125
$140,000

Volksraad
5
$345,000
$69,000
$90,000

Ishiguru
3
$193,000
$64,333
$70,000

Click here to see today's Results or a list of Passed Lots.


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