Yearling Sales wrap up

20 February 2020
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For the second successive year Spreydon Lodge has enjoyed a strong showing at the New Zealand Bloodstock Standardbred Yearling Sale, with its 2020 Christchurch based draft of nine yearlings selling for an impressive $446,000 in total.

Spreydon Lodge’s top lot was the impeccably bred Lot 224 (pictured), a filly by champion sire Bettor’s Delight out of the two-time NZ Aged Pacing Mare of the Year Nearea Franco, purchased by Lincoln Farms Bloodstock for $100,000, making her the third highest priced filly overall at the Christchurch Sale.

Other highlights included an Art Major colt out of a half-sister to the multiple Australasian Breeders Crown and US Grand Circuit winner Bit Of A Legend making $80,000 and a Father Patrick colt out of the former NZ Record Holder Hot Pants selling to Victoria’s KPC Racing for $65,000.

A Bettor’s Delight colt from the family of Sparks A Flyin, Bettor’s Fire, My Alpha Rock and Safedra also brought good money, with All Stars Racing Stables going to $60,000 to secure the well-bred youngster.

These results saw Spreydon Lodge finish Wednesday’s Sale of Pacers as the third leading vendor by aggregate.

Below is a full list of Spreydon Lodge's Sales results:


2020 SALES RESULTS

LOT

SEX

SIRE

DAM

PRICE

PURCHASER

179

Colt

Father Patrick

Hot Pants

$65,000

KPC Racing

190

Colt

Bettor’s Delight

Larissa’s Desire 

$50,000

Mr PF Kerr

205

Colt

Bettor’s Delight

MacFire

$60,000

All Stars Racing Stables

224

Filly

Bettor's Delight

Nearea Franco

$100,000

Lincoln Farms Bloodstock

237

Filly

He’s Watching

New Revenue

$16,000

Mr RW Todd

252

Filly

Always B Miki

Nyree Franco

$30,000 

Mr AFH Hunter

279

Colt

Art Major

The Legend

$80,000

Diamond Racing

311

Colt

A Rocknroll Dance

After Party

$10,000

Mr JC Hay

385

Colt

Always B Miki

Idancedwithcullen

$35,000

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Capelli: A last start winner at Forbury Park on February 21.