Heritage Place Yearling Sale: FInal Recap

The three-day sale recorded across-the-board increases over 2017.

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

The three-day Heritage Place Yearling Sale in Oklahoma City concluded on Saturday, recording double-digit increases in total sales and average-per-head price.

Heritage Place reported 642 yearlings sold for a total of $11,730,900, a 13-percent increase over 2017, when 649 yearlings sold for an aggregate sum of $10,384,400. This year's average of $18,272 marked a 14-percent increase over last year's average of $16,001.

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