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Ready Cash yearlings are hot in France
Thursday, September 07, 2017 - by Karsten Bønsdorf, USTA Newsroom Senior Correspondent

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French champion stallion Ready Cash was hot at the first day of the annual Arqana Trot Sale in Deauville, Normandy.

A total of 12 of 14 yearlings sired by Ready Cash were sold for an average price of 116,250 Euro or $139,400.

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The sales topper was Guilhem D’Ecajeul, sired by Ready Cash, who was sold for 300,000 Euros or $360,000.

The sales topper was a yearling colt, Guilhem D’Ecajeul, sired by Ready Cash, who was sold for 300,000 Euros or $360,000. This was a new French record for a yearling at a public sale. The old record was from 2011 and was 240,000 Euros or $287,500.

Nine of the ten most expensive yearlings at the sale were sired by Ready Cash.

So far this year Ready Cash has had 14 yearlings sold at the two main sales, Arqana Trot and Osarus, and the average price is a very impressive 123,500 Euros or $148,000.

At the first day of the Arqana Trot Sale 81 yearlings were sold for an average price of 39,778 Euros or $47,650. It is up 10.4 percent compared to last year.


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