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Final Results for Karaka 2017

Final Results for Karaka 2017

Thursday, Feb 9, 2017

New Zealand Bloodstock’s 91st National Yearling Sales Series concluded on Sunday after six action-packed days of selling.

The increased international presence at Karaka 2017 was a highlight of the Sale Series, with purchasers from nine countries including Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Ireland, Great Britain, and Japan securing purchases through the three Sale sessions.

Spend by the Australian buying bench increased by over $5.6 million (+18%) on last year's edition with receipts totalling $36.9 million for 290 horses purchased (up from 251 in 2016).

New Zealand buyers purchased significantly fewer horses than in the previous edition with receipts of $29.5 million (down $6.7 million on 2016's figure of $36 million) for 522 horses, 61 fewer than in 2016.

The aggregate totalled $82,015,500 versus last’s years record breaking $86,193,400, the almost 19% decline in New Zealand spend being the main contributing factor to the overall result.

The median remained strong at $50,000 compared to last year’s record breaking $55,000. The average reached $86,973 slightly lower than last year’s $88,042. The clearance rate settled at 78%, down 2 percentage points on the 80% seen in 2016.

Following are the combined statistics for Karaka 2017.

To view Passed Lots click on the relevant sale: Premier, Select, Festival.

2017 National Yearling Sales Series Combined Statistics

201720162015
Aggregate$82,015,500$86,193,400$67,388,650
Average$86,973$88,042$75,043
Median$50,000$55,000$45,000
Clearance77%80%75%
Catalogued1,34713781364
Withdrawn132155172
Offered1,18612231192
Passed272244294
Lots Sold943979898
Top Price$825,000$1,300,000$800,000

Top Lots

LOTTYPEBREEDINGVENDORPURCHASERPRICE
10B.CO'Reilly / VolkroseBeltanaAR Bell Racing / China Horse Club / Newgate (NSW)$825,000
130B.FHigh Chaparral / Diamond LikeCambridge StudSheikh Mohammed bin Khalifa Al Maktoum (VIC)$800,000
58BR.FSavabeel / BancheePencarrow StudGodolphin (NSW)$750,000
173B.CFastnet Rock / FrustratingCurraghmoreBBA Ireland (Ireland)$750,000
260B.FSavabeel / Love DiamondsCambridge StudChina Horse Club (China)$640,000
312B.CExceed and Excel / Oasis RoseCambridge StudMr DC Ellis (Te Akau)$625,000
109B.FSavabeel / DaffodilWaikato StudChina Horse Club (China)$600,000
420BR.CSavabeel / SpendingWaikato StudMr P Moody (VIC)$600,000
271B.CSnitzel / Make Me DreamHighviewGood Harvest Bloodstock (Auckland)$525,000
449W.CShamexpress / The Opera HouseWindsor Park StudChina Horse Club / Ciaron Maher Bloodstock (China)$510,000
181BG.CFrankel / Give Me FiveCurraghmoreDGR Thoroughbred Services (NSW)$475,000
25B.CSnitzel / ZenellaCambridge StudDe Burgh Equine / Shadwell (Ireland)$450,000
433B.FO'Reilly / StrikerHaunui FarmChina Horse Club (China)$450,000
366B.CJakkalberry / Refused the DanceNovara ParkMr JR Wheeler / Jason Warren Racing (VIC)$440,000
131B.FI Am Invincible / Different ToLime Country ThoroughbredsMr GC Beemsterboer (Netherlands)$425,000
318B.CTavistock / On ArrivalCambridge StudYu Long Park Investment (VIC)$425,000
217B.CRedoute's Choice / Jeu de CartesHenley ParkMr TK Moore (NSW)$420,000
42B.FTavistock / Ana ZeelCambridge StudCiaron Maher Bloodstock (VIC)$400,000
447B.CSavabeel / The JewelPhoenix ParkDGR Thoroughbred Services (NSW)$400,000
135B.CHigh Chaparral / DonelmiPhoenix ParkJohn Foote Bloodstock / Darren Weir Racing (VIC)$380,000
315B.CPower / OctapussyCambridge StudHong Kong Jockey Club (Hong Kong)$380,000

Leading Purchasers by Aggregate

PURCHASERBOUGHTAGGREGATEAVERAGETOP PRICE
Mr DC Ellis (Te Akau)30$4,502,000$150,067$625,000 (Lot 312)
China Horse Club (China)9$2,368,500$263,167$640,000 (Lot 260)
Mr TK Moore (NSW)7$1,930,000$275,714$420,000 (Lot 217)
Go Racing (Auckland)18$1,925,000$106,944$220,000 (Lot 193)
DGR Thoroughbred Services (NSW)8$1,720,000$215,000$475,000 (Lot 181)
Team Rogerson (Hamilton)15$1,545,000$103,000$375,000 (Lot 231)
Hong Kong Jockey Club (Hong Kong)6$1,500,000$250,000$380,000 (Lot 315)
Lisa Latta Racing (Palmerston North)14$1,429,500$102,107$360,000 (Lot 174)
John Foote Bloodstock (Auckland)12$1,397,000$116,417$360,000 (Lot 7)
Bruce Perry Bloodstock (Masterton)13$1,395,000$107,308$260,000 (Lot 325)
Tartan Meadow Bloodstock (Hong Kong)13$1,393,500$107,192$330,000 (Lot 351)
Paul Moroney Bloodstock (VIC)21$1,376,500$65,548$160,000 (Lot 81)
Kaha Syndicate / Mulcaster Bloodstock (NSW)5$1,330,000$266,000$300,000 (Lot 22)
Godolphin (NSW)3$1,220,000$406,667$750,000 (Lot 58)
Ciaron Maher Bloodstock (VIC)5$1,110,000$222,000$400,000 (Lot 42)
Waikato Bloodstock / Kangyu International Racing (Hong Kong)10$1,080,000$108,000$200,000 (Lot 397)
AJ Cummings Thoroughbreds (NSW)7$1,070,000$152,857$220,000 (Lot 348)
Mr P Moody (VIC)3$1,050,000$350,000$600,000 (Lot 420)
Mick Price Racing (VIC)5$965,000$193,000$325,000 (Lot 74)
Mr RA James (Cambridge)9$896,000$99,556$270,000 (Lot 199)

Leading Vendor by Aggregate

VENDORSOLDAGGREGATEAVERAGETOP PRICE
Waikato Stud80$9,846,500$123,081$600,000 (Lot 109)
Cambridge Stud61$9,119,500$149,500$800,000 (Lot 130)
Curraghmore31$5,257,000$169,581$750,000 (Lot 173)
Westbury Stud62$4,350,500$70,169$260,000 (Lot 123)
Little Avondale Stud36$4,060,000$112,778$340,000 (Lot 463)
Haunui Farm56$3,905,500$69,741$450,000 (Lot 433)
Windsor Park Stud39$3,495,000$89,615$510,000 (Lot 449)
Trelawney Stud27$2,843,000$105,296$260,000 (Lot 359)
Pencarrow Stud13$2,202,000$169,385$750,000 (Lot 58)
Wentwood Grange30$2,176,000$72,533$270,000 (Lot 199)
The Oaks Stud21$2,022,000$96,286$210,000 (Lot 50)
Hallmark Stud24$1,925,500$80,229$280,000 (Lot 393)
Blandford Lodge17$1,878,500$110,500$310,000 (Lot 241)
Phoenix Park16$1,803,000$112,688$400,000 (Lot 447)
Brighthill Farm27$1,732,500$64,167$260,000 (Lot 113)
Bradbury Park24$1,674,500$69,771$230,000 (Lot 83)
Lime Country Thoroughbreds18$1,627,000$90,389$425,000 (Lot 131)
Rich Hill Stud33$1,587,000$48,091$300,000 (Lot 336)
Valachi Downs13$1,574,000$121,077$250,000 (Lot 212)
Lyndhurst Farm13$1,405,500$108,115$280,000 (Lot 395)

Leading Vendor by Average (three or more sold)

VENDORSOLDAVERAGEAGGREGATETOP PRICE
Beltana3$411,667$1,235,000$825,000 (Lot 10)
Novara Park4$190,000$760,000$440,000 (Lot 366)
Curraghmore31$169,581$5,257,000$750,000 (Lot 173)
Pencarrow Stud13$169,385$2,202,000$750,000 (Lot 58)
Cambridge Stud61$149,500$9,119,500$800,000 (Lot 130)
Henley Park8$144,500$1,156,000$420,000 (Lot 217)
Waikato Stud80$123,081$9,846,500$600,000 (Lot 109)
Valachi Downs13$121,077$1,574,000$250,000 (Lot 212)
Highview12$116,250$1,395,000$525,000 (Lot 271)
Little Avondale Stud36$112,778$4,060,000$340,000 (Lot 463)
Phoenix Park16$112,688$1,803,000$400,000 (Lot 447)
Blandford Lodge17$110,500$1,878,500$310,000 (Lot 241)
Jamieson Park12$108,958$1,307,500$360,000 (Lot 159)
Lyndhurst Farm13$108,115$1,405,500$280,000 (Lot 395)
Trelawney Stud27$105,296$2,843,000$260,000 (Lot 359)
The Oaks Stud21$96,286$2,022,000$210,000 (Lot 50)
Hyde Park9$96,111$865,000$280,000 (Lot 161)
Lime Country Thoroughbreds18$90,389$1,627,000$425,000 (Lot 131)
Inglewood Stud6$89,667$538,000$180,000 (Lot 533)
Windsor Park Stud39$89,615$3,495,000$510,000 (Lot 449)

Leading Sires by Average (three or more sold)

SIRESOLDAVERAGEAGGREGATETOP PRICE
I Am Invincible3$295,000$885,000$425,000 (Lot 131)
Snitzel7$292,143$2,045,000$525,000 (Lot 271)
Exceed and Excel3$291,667$875,000$625,000 (Lot 312)
Fastnet Rock12$284,583$3,415,000$750,000 (Lot 173)
High Chaparral10$227,500$2,275,000$800,000 (Lot 130)
Savabeel55$210,636$11,585,000$750,000 (Lot 58)
Redoute's Choice7$176,429$1,235,000$420,000 (Lot 217)
Zoustar*3$173,333$520,000$200,000 (Lot 294)
Sebring6$160,000$960,000$360,000 (Lot 174)
O'Reilly47$145,500$6,838,500$825,000 (Lot 10)
Foxwedge3$138,333$415,000$240,000 (Lot 298)
Medaglia d'Oro5$135,600$678,000$300,000 (Lot 22)
So You Think4$132,500$530,000$200,000 (Lot 297)
Dundeel*6$130,000$780,000$250,000 (Lot 435)
Camelot*7$127,143$890,000$180,000 (Lot 5)
Pierro8$123,125$985,000$200,000 (Lot 324)
Shamexpress*25$119,360$2,984,000$510,000 (Lot 449)
Power22$117,182$2,578,000$380,000 (Lot 315)
Tavistock60$112,375$6,742,500$425,000 (Lot 318)
Smart Missile4$103,750$415,000$155,000 (Lot 84)

*First season sires

Leading First Season Sires by Average (three or more sold)

SIRESOLDAVERAGEAGGREGATETOP PRICE
Zoustar3$173,333$520,000$200,000 (Lot 294)
Dundeel6$130,000$780,000$250,000 (Lot 435)
Camelot7$127,143$890,000$180,000 (Lot 5)
Shamexpress25$119,360$2,984,000$510,000 (Lot 449)
Declaration of War4$100,000$400,000$140,000 (Lot 88)
Dawn Approach4$82,500$330,000$150,000 (Lot 125)
Jakkalberry12$79,542$954,500$440,000 (Lot 366)
Shamus Award4$61,000$244,000$100,000 (Lot 87)
Epaulette3$58,333$175,000$100,000 (Lot 140)
The Factor4$43,750$175,000$85,000 (Lot 407)
Sweet Orange6$32,500$195,000$60,000 (Lot 944)
Ferlax21$26,952$566,000$100,000 (Lot 411)


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