Cornerstone to retain crown?

Cornerstone Stud has been the leading vendor for the past three editions. In 2023, Cornerstone Stud offered 26 lots, accumulating a gross of $1,186,500, which was better than Gerry Harvey’s Baramul Stud, which finished second with 20 lots sold for $1,166,000.

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In 2022, Cornerstone Stud sold 27 yearlings for a gross of $2,072,000, besting Kambula Stud, who grossed $1,470,000 from 12 sold.

Cornerstone and Baramul Stud again went head-to-head in 2021, with Cornerstone getting the upper hand with 25 selling for a gross of $1,533,500, while Baramul Stud sold 20 for $1,281,000.

Cornerstone Stud’s 2024 draft is comprised of a host of yearlings by first crop sires including Anders, Doubtland, Earthlight, Hanseatic, King’s Legacy, Microphone, North Pacific, and more.

Picture: Cornerstone Stud’s Magic Millions Adelaide Yearling Sale graduate The Inevitable who was sold for $90,000 and has earned connections more than $1.8m.

Copy: The Thoroughbred Report

By |2024-01-25T08:13:54+00:00January 25th, 2024|Cornerstone Stud News, News|