Neds APG Perth yealing sale wrap up.

 The average of the 100 sold lots was $34,615, with 9 withdrawn and 22 passed in from the catalogue of 131.

Any passed in lot can still access the lucrative APG Sales Classic races starting in 2024 for the 2yos, if they are sustained by the owners, so don’t forget to take a look and see if you like a passed-in lot .

 You need to contact the vendor directly, not APG regarding one of these passed in lots, but make sure you also contact APG to confirm what payments are required from YOU to keep your yearling eligible.

Only yearlings sold/passed-in through the 2023 sale are eligible, if sustained, for $125,000 2YO Finals and $100,000 3YO Finals (an increase of $50,000) for each sex, run in WA in 2024 (2yos) and 2025 (3yos).

 The highest priced colt (Captain Crunch USA – Lavra Florence NZ, bred by Kevin and Annette Charles) and filly (Sweet Lou USA – Invidia, bred by Steve Johnson) were sold for $140,000 to Tom Erceg and will head to Kat Warwick’s stables. The colt is a half-brother to Lavra Joe, and the filly is out of an unraced full sister to Red Hot Roxy (Somebeachsomewhere USA).