Walk In The Park Mare Leads The Way At £205,000
Tom Lacey supplied the winning bid for Harley Dunne’s debut winner, who returned a fine profit on her store sale price of €58,000. “I was hopeful she’d make that as she’s a beautiful filly,” Dunne later commented. She was well entitled to make that but you just don’t know when you come here. She was going down well so I was hopeful she’d get to that kind of money, but you never know until you get into the ring.”
Walk In The Park’s former studmate Milan supplied the second highest-priced lot on the night, in the shape of Colin Bowe’s smart newcomer Honky Tonk Highway (Milan). The half-sister to recent maiden winner Moon Over Mexico (Soldier Of Fortune) was knocked down to Ryan Mahon and Dan Skelton for £165,000.
Flemensfirth, Getaway and Westerner each supplied six-figure lots on the night.