A colt by Animal Kingdom brought $245,000 to top the Barretts May Sale of 2-Year-Olds in training. Trainer James Cassidy placed the winning bid for owner Deron Pearson of D P Racing.
The highest-priced filly was also the second highest-priced horse sold – Hip 26, a filly by Unusual Heat that sold for $195,000 to George Bolton.
Both the Animal Kingdom colt and Unusual Heat filly were consigned by Kim McCarthy's McCarthy Bloodstock.
The average increased this year 6.7%, (from $41,229 in 2016 to $43,978 this year). The median was $27,500 compared with $27,000 in 2016. The buyback rate was 29.2%, with 19 horses through the ring not sold.
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