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Muscle Hill yearling sells for $800,000

04:41 AM 06 Oct 2016 NZDT
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Lot 70, Tactical Landing
Lot 70, Tactical Landing

Lot 70 in Tuesday’s opening session of the Lexington Select Yearling Sale saw harness racing bloodstock agent Martinez Equine put up a final bid of $800,000 for a Muscle Hill colt out of the Varenne mare Southwind Serena. It was lot 70 in the Lexington Selected Sale and his name is Tactical Landing.

The colt was sold by Hunterton Sales Agency.

This colt is a full brother to the world champion champion filly Mission Brief t2,1:50.3, t3 1:50.2f ($1,599,587) the Dan Patch two-year-old trotting filly of the year in 2014 and the Dan Patch, O'Brien three-year-old trotting filly of the year in 2015. He is also a three quarter brother to Southwind Spirit t4, :54.1 now standing at stud.

The sale was set alight early with lot 1, Come See The Show making a eye-opening $550,000. This daughter of Somebeachsomewhere was purchased outright by Richard Young who owned this yearling in partnership before the sale. This filly is out of the world champion mare Put On A Show one of the fastest mares in history with a 1:47.3 mark and with $2,406,628 in the bank.

It was an incredible sale for a first day with total sales making $11,250,000 for an average of $129,233 for the 87 yearlings sold.

The 16 Muscle Hills averaged $167,000 while the 25 Somebeachsomewheres averaged $158,080.

For all sale results click here

For sires averages click here

Lot 70, Tactical Landing

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