Last Year's Breeders Sales Company of Louisiana Yearling Sale Produced 42 Percent Gains in Average and Median Prices. 2012 Yearling Sale Consignment Forms Online.
The Breeders Sales Company of Louisiana, Inc. will conduct its Annual Yearling Sale on Tuesday, September 25, 2012 at Ike Hamilton Expo Center in West Monroe, Louisiana. Last year's sale produced a 42% gain in average and median prices. Click here
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For more information contact the Louisiana Thoroughbred Breeders Association at: Phone: 504-947-4676
Toll Free: 1-800-772-1195.
2011 Louisiana yearling sale produces 42 percent gains in average and median prices.
A colt by champion Afleet Alex brought a bid of $120,000 from Mary Grum to top the annual yearling auction put on by the Breeders’ Sales Company of Louisiana in September of 2011. The sale was held at the Ike Hamilton Expo Center in West Monroe, La., and was sponsored by the Louisiana Thoroughbred Breeders’ Association.
A total of 136 horses sold for a collective $1,494,400, or an average of $10,998.That average represents a 42 percent gain from 2010. There were 44 buybacks. Median price also climbed 42 percent to $5,000.
The Afleet Alex topper is second foal from the mare Swifty Victress, who was a two-time stakes winner at 2. Clear Creek Stud was the consignor. The unnamed colt was bred in Louisiana.
Other high-sellers included a Private Vow filly who brought $90,000 from L.R. Lasater. She is a half-sister to multiple stakes winners Smitty’s Sunshine, an earner of $532,219, and Fuse It, an earner of $509,475. Jerry Lee paid $80,000 for a Fusaichi Pegasus colt who is the first foal from Leesa Lee, a multiple stakes winner of $419,221.