Classic colt fetches $210,000

Classic sale topper fetches $210,000


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One Moore Metallic, ridden by Rob Leach, Tamworth, topped the Landmark Classic sale, selling for $210,000 to Wally Rae, Marlborough. Photo by Wild Fillies Photography and supplied by Landmark Equine

One Moore Metallic, ridden by Rob Leach, Tamworth, topped the Landmark Classic sale, selling for $210,000 to Wally Rae, Marlborough. Photo by Wild Fillies Photography and supplied by Landmark Equine

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A colt set a new Landmark Classic sale record, selling for $210,000.

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A SON of the legendary US Quarter Horse sire Metallic Cat set a new record for performance horses sold in Australia when it sold for $210,000 at the Landmark Classic sale at Tamworth.

One Moore Metallic, a rising three-year-old colt from Australian Stockmans Hall of Fame open campdraft winner One Moore Diva, was sold by Russ and Bec Bradley, R & R Livestock, Officer, Victoria, to longtime Classic supporter, campdrafter Wally Rae, “The Overflow”, Marlborough, Queensland. Mr Rae also bought one of last year’s $70,000 sale toppers, Sophie Duck.

This year’s sale, which averaged $15,568 and had an 83 per cent clearance, surpassed the previous Landmark Classic record of $120,000, set in 2013 for One Stylish Pepto.

The sale capped off a huge week of campdrafting, including the Classic draft, won by Queenslander Brendan Fitzgerald, Roma, who rode Bonniedoon Kanya Catolena for an 88-point camp and course in the final

  • Please note the average in the February 16 print edition of The Land was incorrect. The average was $15,568, not $14,568 as printed.
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