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Thoroughbred prices bolting as Easter Yearling Sale surpasses $132 million

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Australian thoroughbred prices have been riding high this year and the Easter Yearling Sale in Sydney was no exception, grossing more than $132 million this week. 

The top price at the sale was a colt by Snitzel which sold for $2.5 million.

“It was just a spectacular result,” said Inglis managing director Mark Webster.

“We traded $132 million which is the highest turnover since the pre-global financial crisis days in 2008.

“The average price of the yearlings was $371,236 … and we sold 22…



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