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 Post subject: Barretts sale
PostPosted: Tue Oct 09, 2012 6:56 pm 
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I watched a few dozen horses sell via internet and prices did not seem strong. As usual, the Bertrando's sold well, and a half-sister to BROTHER DEREK brought $75,000, but not much else.

Will be interesting to review prices on Wednesday when they are posted on-line.


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Me too. I saw one go for over 100,000


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I thought the sale was really strong for what they were selling. I saw Southern Images sell for $20,000 and over off a fee of $2500, Tribal Rules for $50,000 and $60,000 from a fee of $6500, Stormin Fevers for $20-30,000, and a Storm Wolf for $38,000. The Kentucky breds were mostly culls but a Rock Hard Ten which RNA'd at the July sale sold here for $50,000.

Overall a really good sale.


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 Post subject: barretts
PostPosted: Sun Oct 14, 2012 10:14 pm 
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Median and average way up over 2011. Same with NorCal sale. Average and median way up.

Does it indicate an upswing in prices for the future do you think?


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 15, 2012 6:05 am 
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tbrace wrote:
Median and average way up over 2011. Same with NorCal sale. Average and median way up.

Does it indicate an upswing in prices for the future do you think?


I think some pf it is a conscious effort to prop up the Calbred breeding industry with $250K juvenile races at CalCup and that new Golden State series. There is a perception right now that there are so few Calbreds right now that a decent one stands to make a boatload of money.

That could be an entirely temporary situation though.


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