$320,000 for Sebring Colt

 In 2014

Golden Slipper winner Sebring was the most represented sire at the Magic Millions Yearling Sale, his progeny selling for up to $320,000 with 25 selling at an average $118,400 during the premium sessions one to four.

Best result for him was a top class colt from unraced Encosta de Lago mare Fate Rules that was offered by leading Queensland boutique farm Highgrove Stud and secured for $320,000 by George Moore Bloodstock of Hong Kong.

“He’s a great bodied horse, good walking horse,” Moore said.

“We only buy horses that are correct and this horse is just that.”

Other great results for Sebring were a colt from Throne Inn that made $250,000 for Milburn Creek when bought by Spicer Thoroughbreds and a colt from Morning Dews that made $240,000 for Attunga Stud when bought by Paul Moroney Bloodstock.