FDD Dynasty Filly Tops Heritage Day 1

Half sister to Cold Cash 123 tops first day of Heritage Place sale.

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Dynasty Queen 123 was the high seller on the first day of the Heritage Place Sale. PHOTO: Stallionesearch

Heritage Place Sale Co. kicked the first of three sessions for their 36th annual September Yearling Sale on Thursday with increases across the board.

"The first day average was up 13 percent, gross sales were up 20 percent, we sold 90 percent of yearlings offered," Spence Kidney, Heritage Place General Manager said Thursday evening. "The market was really solid today, I thought we had a great crowd as well."

First numbers saw 244 yearlings marked sold for a $3,341,900 gross. The first session average ended at $13,696 with a very strong median of $9,700.

Billy G. Smith, Pat Guthrie and A. Groom paid $87,000 for Thursday's high seller Dynasty Queen 123, a filly by FDD Dynasty who is out of Hot Cash 123, making her a half-sister to world champion Cold Cash 123 ($1,409,781). Marty Powers Agent consigned the sorrel filly for Carolyn C. Bay.

Lazy E Ranch, LLC, Agent for McColee Land & Livestock sold Corona Surfer for $80,000 to Bobby Simmons. The Corona Cartel colt is out of a stakes-winning full sister to world champion Wave Carver ($1,005,946) and champion Ocean Runaway ($1,642,498).

The third high seller at $75,000 was Tempting Jolie, a Tempting Dash filly out of Apollitical Angel, an unraced full sister to world champion Apollitical Jess. Bella Vista Farms LLC signed the ticket for the sorrel filly consigned by Southwest Stallion Station, Agent for Tyler Graham.

Rachuan Suarez MVZ was the first sessions leading buyer with 11 head totaling $149,600. Joe Rios had eight for $149,200 and Ramon R. Vega purchased six for $112,500.

Bobby D. Cox was the leading consignor in the opening session selling seven yearlings for $182,500. Southwest Stallion Station, Agent for Tyler Graham had two for $103,00 and Four Sixes Ranch, Agent sold six head for $101,000.

Corona Cartel led all sires (by average with two or more sold) with two head that averaged $71,500. Tempting Dash had three for $46,667 and FDD Dynasty sold three yearlings that averaged $43,167.

For the first session preliminary sale results, including hip-by-hip information, CLICK HERE.

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