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Gainesway leads all consignors at FTK July

Wednesday, July 13, 2011 |
Gainesway sold 11 yearlings from 12 offerings for $1,409,000, some 77% higher than the second-ranked consignor. In addition, Gainesway’s average price of $128,091 was the best by far of any sales agency with more than three yearlings sold.

In addition, Gainesway sold the highest-priced filly of the day, a $300,000 daughter of Gainesway’s Champion Sire Tapit. Gainesway also sold the third highest-priced colt, a $225,000 son of Harlan’s Holiday.

Leading consignors by gross

Consignor No. Offered No. Sold Total
Gainesway 12 11 $1,409,000
Eaton Sales 11 10 $794,000
Taylor Made Sales 26 15 $692,000
Warrendale Sales 9 7 $665,000
Select Sales 8 7 $639,000
Bluewater Sales 11 10 $529,000
Dapple Stud 4 3 $445,000


Leading consignors by average (4+ sold)

Consignor No. Offered No. Sold Total
Gainesway 12 11 $128,091
Elm Tree 4 4 $101,750
Warrendale Sales 9 7 $95,000
Select Sales 8 7 $91,286
Eaton Sales 11 10 $79,400
Airdrie 5 4 $77,500
St. George Sales 5 5 $75,000

Gainesway’s next yearling consignment will be at the Saratoga Select Sale, August 8-9.