Cornerstone Stud Stay On Top

For the third consecutive year, Cornerstone Stud was the leading vendor by aggregate. The Angaston-based farm finished the two-day sale grossing $1,136,000, after selling 25 yearlings at an average of $45,460.

Cornerstone Stud’s General Manager, Sam Pritchard-Gordon, told TDN AusNZ: “Satisfied is probably the right description. We were on or around where we needed to be.

“Satisfied is probably the right description. We were on or around where we needed to be.” – Sam Pritchard-Gordon

“The market has had a little correction.

“Hats off to Magics, they assembled a buying bench that’s allowed us to get horses sold and there was a horse there in every price bracket.

“The horses that we rated well that were by the fashionable sires managed to sell well and found their way into the right stables.

“It was a satisfactory sale and importantly we walked away only passing in a couple of horses.”

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Copy: Thoroughbred Daily News Aus/NZ, Images: The Rising Sun Photography

By |2023-03-17T03:35:02+00:00March 16th, 2023|Cornerstone Stud News, News, Sir Prancealot|