In all, 236 juveniles sold for a gross of $7,816,600, an average of $30,452, and a median of $17,000. In 2002, 226 juveniles sold a gross of $6,411,600, an average of $28,370, and a median of $17,000. In last year's sale, there were additional yearlings and horses of racing age sold in conjunction with the two dispersals that were offered. The figures for all the 271 horses sold were a sale record gross of $7,507,000, an average of $27,701, and a median of $16,000.
The biggest spender this year was California-based bloodstock agent Bruno De Berdt, who paid $565,000 for seven head..
The leading consignor was Donna M. Wormser, who sold 20 head for a total of $786,900.