Heritage Place Yearling Sale Day 2

A half brother to world champion Cold Cash 123 sells for $115,000 to top the sale's second session.

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Jon E Cash 123 sold for $115,000 to top the Heritage Place Yearling Sale's second session on Friday.

Jon E Cash 123, a son of champion FDD Dynasty consigned by Marty Powers as agent for Carolyn C. Bay, sold for $115,000 to top the second day of the three-day Heritage Place Yearling Sale.

Crown Racing/Jim Spry signed the ticket or Jon E Cash 123 (Hip No. 400), a bay colt and a half brother to world champion Cold Cash 123.

Two others sold for six-figures on the second day of the sale.

Through the first two days of the sale, 444 yearlings have sold for a gross of $7,451,400. The two-day average of $16,782 marks a 13-percent increase over the $14,858 average from the first two days of the 2016 sale.

Click here for a complete recap of the second day.

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