Corumbene’s Colt Sells For $2.8m

The Inglis Australian Easter Sale didn’t take long to hit its straps with a new title holder for the year’s most expensive yearling at $2.8million.

Lot 49 is a three-quarter-brother to G2 ATC Run To The Rose Stakes winner and G1 Golden Rose third Menari out of a G2-winning sister to stakes-winners Au Chocolat and Isurava from the family of the champion Tie The Knot.

Offered by Corumbene Stud, the colt was knocked to James Harron Bloodstock for $2.8 million which made him easily the most expensive yearling this year and also the most expensive yearling ever sold by Snitzel.

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