The 2015 Canadian Yearling Sale Posted A 69.4% Average Price Increase Over Last Year

The 2015 Canadian Yearling Sale posted a solid 69.4 percent increase in its average sale price over last year’s sale.

The sale toppers came from the Northfields Farm consignment, with three Northern yearlings fetching bids of $70,000 or more. Leading the way was pacer Northern Titan, a son of Mach Three from the millionaire Southwind Madonna. Aaron Waxman, acting as agent, paid $78,000 for the striking yearling colt.

A pair of trotters sired by Kadabra were also highly sought-after. Northern Moxie (Kadabra – Independent Woman) fetched a bid of $72,000 from Luc Blais, while Northern Georgina (Kadabra – Northern Hope) will report to Tony O’Sullivan’s barn after a $70,000 high bid.

In front of a capacity crowd on a gorgeous Sunday afternoon, 118 yearlings entered the sales ring at the SC Sales Pavilion and grossed $2,521,700. That total results in a $21,370 yearling average, up 69.4 percent from the $12,614 average in 2014.

To view the full set of sale results, click the following link: 2015 Canadian Yearling Sale Results

(Standardbred Canada)

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