Equine Spectrum Sells Gulch Season For $35,000

A no guarantee season to the Mr. Prospector stallion Gulch sold for $35,000 to top Equine Spectrum's online sale of 2002 stallion seasons on Wednesday. The buyer was Headley Bell's Nicoma Bloodstock, which is based in Lexington. Gulch stands for a live foal fee of $50,000 at William S. Farish's Lane's End Farm near Versailles, Ky.

In all, 18 seasons were sold for a gross of $271,400 and an average of $15,077. Thirteen (42%) of the 31 seasons offered were bought back by their consignors, including a no guarantee season to Danzig that went unsold for $234,000.