Heritage Place Yearling Sale Final Recap

The three-day sale ended on Saturday.

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The three-day Heritage Place Yearling Sale ended on Saturday.

Extremely Defining, a son of Corona Cartel consigned by Fulton Quien Sabe Ranches LP, sold for $125,000 on Saturday to top the three-day Heritage Place Yearling Sale in Oklahoma, which concluded on Saturday.

Abelardo F. Gallegos signed the ticket for Extremely Defining, who is out of the winning and stakes-placed Feature Mr Jess mare Defining Difference and is a half brother to Tayte Me Down, a stakes-placed daughter of Special Leader and a finalist in the 2013 All American Derby (G1) at Ruidoso Downs. Extremely Defining's second dam, the Victory Dash mare Daring Difference, won the '94 Heritage Place Futurity (G1) at Remington Park.

A total of 649 yearlings sold for an aggregate sum of $10,384,400, an increase of eight percent over 2016, when aggregate sales totaled $9,599,100. This year's yearling average of $16,001 marked a 13-percent increase over last year's average of $14,221.

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