Stay Thirsty Colt Tops CTBA Northern California Yearling Sale

A Stay Thirsty colt sold for $50,000 to top Tuesday’s California Thoroughbred Breeders Association Northern California Yearling Sale, where the average jumped nearly 42 percent from last year’s sale.

The topper, one of three Stay Thirsty yearlings that brought at least $40,000, is out of the Forest Wildcat mare Clawpuccino. He was was bred by Terry Lovingier, consigned by Lovacres Ranch, agent, and was purchased by Craig Warren.

Next at $47,000 was a Stay Thirsty colt out of the Speightstown mare Reign who was bred by Terry Lovingier, consigned by Lovacres Ranch, agent, and purchased by Robert Jones.

The highest-priced filly was a daughter of Vronsky, out of the Poteen mare Seasontoperfection. She was bred and consigned by Hanson’s River Ranch and she was purchased by Robert Hess, Jr., agent, for $35,000.

With 69 yearlings sold, the gross sales were $561,800 for an average of $8,142 and a median price of $3,000. Last year’s event sold 88 yearlings at an average of $5,741.

To view the auction’s full results, click here.

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