OBS Sale Average Up First Day; $350,000 for A.P. Jet Colt
Updated: Tuesday, April 20, 2004 3:59 PM
Posted: Tuesday, April 20, 2004 10:04 AM
Four horses brought $100,000 or more and the average increased 8.5% Monday during the first of four days of selling at the Ocala Breeders' Sales Co.'s spring auction.
The top price was $350,000 which Sheikh Mohammed's agent John Ferguson paid for a colt by A. P. Jet
out of the Wavering Monarch
mare Manor Queen. Named Blue Sunday, the colt is a half-brother to stakes winner Infinite Justice. He was consigned by Nick de Meric, agent.
A colt from the first crop by Tiger Ridge
out of the Tri Jet mare Jet n' Tune brought $210,000. Consigned by Hartley/De Renzo, agent, he was purchased by Narvick International.
Two colts brought $100,000 each: a Doneraile Court
-- Let It Air colt sold by Oxbow Racing to Harry Aleo; and a Notebook -- Miss Skippy colt sold by Sequel Bloodstock, agent, to Brian Koriner.
Overall, 173 2-year-olds were sold for $4,569,100, an average of $26,411. There were 65 juveniles, 27.3%, listed as not sold.
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