A 2-year-old colt by Quality Road topped the Barretts January Mixed sale when selling to trainer O.J. Jauregui for $120,000 Jan. 17.
Jauregui purchased the colt for Lindsay LaRoche's Highland Yard from the consignment of Checkmate Thoroughbreds.
The son of Quality Road is out of Queenofperfection, an unraced daughter of Arch. The second dam, Gone Purrfect, is a full sister to champion Speightstown.
The sale also included several stallion seasons and pieces of art that were sold to raise money for the victims of the San Luis Rey Downs fire. According to Barretts representatives, the items raised over $25,000. Barretts also announced that it will donate 10 percent of its commissions from the horses sold to the California Thoroughbred Horsemen's Foundation for fire relief.
According to figures provided by Barretts, a total of 111 horses were sold for a total gross of $1,180,600, and an average of $10,636. A total of 50 horses did not sell, for a buy-back rate of 31 percent.
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