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Second Highest Karaka Yearling Sale result

Second Highest Karaka Yearling Sale result

The National Yearling Sales has recorded its second highest turnover in its 91 year history.


Over 900 horses were sold at Karaka for a combined aggregate of $97,017,750, smashing last years total of $82,015,500.


The highest combined aggregate was reached in 2008 when $111,148,850 was spent at the iconic New Zealand Sale.


Sir Patrick Hogan's Cambridge Stud topped the sale with a Savabeel-Katie Lee colt that sold for $1.025 million.


This was Sir Patrick's final sale in charge of Cambridge Stud following its sale to Brendan and Jo Lindsay last year.


THE STATS

Combined Sessions - National Yearling Sales Series Aggregate
2007 $81,255,700
2008 $111,148,850
2009 $74,624,700
2010 $93,567,400
2011 $88,094,250
2012 $77,334,300
2013 $72,387,700
2014 $69,652,000
2015 $67,388,650
2016 $86,193,400
2017 $82,015,500
2018 $97,017,750


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