TQHA Yearling Sale: Final Recap

Bobby D. Cox consigns the three top sellers, headed by top seller Avyator.


The two-day TQHA Yearling Sale ended on Saturday.

The two-day Texas Quarter Horse Association Yearling Sale concluded on Saturday.

Avyator, a son of One Famous Eagle and multiple Grade 1 winner Quick Moon Sign, sold for $68,000 on Friday to top the sale. JF Racing and Farm signed the ticket for the colt, who is a half brother to 2012 Northlands Futurity winner Midnight Sunlight.

Avyator was consigned by breeder Bobby D. Cox, who also consigned the second-highest seller, Alchemyst ($57,000) and third-highest seller, Kodakrome ($52,000). Alchemyst was purchased by Dillon Lane on Friday, while Kodakrome was purchased by Todd Bradley and Gene Bradley on Saturday.

Click here for a complete recap of the sale.

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