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Top Lot Goes To Les Bridge

Randwick trainer Les Bridge will prepare the Not A single Doubt colt purchased by Hong Kong clients for $400,000 at the opening session of the Classic Yearling Sale at Newmarket on Saturday.

Top Lot Goes To Les Bridge

Randwick trainer Les Bridge will prepare the Not A single Doubt colt purchased by Hong Kong clients for $400,000 at the opening session of the Classic Yearling Sale at Newmarket on Saturday.

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The top lot wast knocked down to Carmel Size, wife of leading Hong Kong trainer John Size, on behalf of Hong Kong–based owner Bon Ho.

The colt by Not A Single Doubt from Pinocchio was offered by Tyreel Stud and made the second-highest price ever at the Classic Yearling Sale.


The session saw 10 lots sold for $200,000 or more with five making $300,000 or more in the Gold Riband section.

The overall sale average was $90,845, well ahead of last year’s $57,053, with the Gold Riband catalogue of 57 lots averaging $130,200.

The session aggregate was $6,510,000.

Yarraman Park led vendors with a return of $982,500 from seven lots sold while Tyreel Stud had the leader by average at $323,333 from three offerings including the two priced lots.

Darby Racing was the leading buyer with six purchases.


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