Competitive Horses Can Fetch A Handsome Price

I recently read an article about horses for sale and the sales prices on these competitive racing breeds was very surprising!

An article by drf.com was recently written that described some changes and acquisitions in the competitive horse breeding business.

The groups and industry is unfamiliar territory for me, but I found the sales price mentioned on a few of these young horses to be incredible. Coming from a small town and only owning quarter horses for local racing, I was unaware that young horses could bring such a high sales price.

The article here, mentions these sales figures:

“So far this season, the new VanMeter Sales has sold two yearlings at Fasig-Tipton’s July sale, a $100,000 Majestic Warrior-Thundercup colt that Silverton Hill purchased and a $57,000 Corinthian-Georgialina filly that Group 7C Racing Stable bought, and one at Saratoga, a Malibu Moon-Stormy Squall filly that Ken McPeek, agent, bought for $150,000.”

The very last sale mentioned is for the highest price tag, at $150,000.

If you are looking for horses for sale, breath a sigh of relief, our horse classifieds section offers listings throughout the Country for prices much less than this! Good luck!