Heritage Place concluded its sixth annual Thoroughbred Sale on Sunday, October 8, with large increases across the board for both sessions.
The yearling session saw a 19 percent increase to the average price on horses sold with an average of $6,047. The median price increased 15 percent over last year to $3,900. A total of 66 percent of those offered were marked sold, which is a 3 percent increase in the percentage of sold horses when compared to 2016.
The mixed session average was $2,667 and was up $1,184 per head over the same session last year.
The Thoroughbred sale finished with an overall average sales price of $5,137, which is an increase of $2,030 per head on horses sold compared to last year’s overall average of $3,107.
Heritage Place would like to say “Thank You” to the consignors and buyers for their participation in the sale and wish everyone much success on their purchases.
To view hip-by-hip results, click here.