100% Premier Clearance for Pierro at Inglis Premier Yearling Sale
Demand for the progeny of Golden Slipper winner Pierro continued at the 2016 Inglis Premier Yearling Sale in Victoria where he achieved 100% clearance in Book One with all 14 of his yearlings changing hands. Pierro averaged $138,571 and his top seller was a lovely leggy filly (pictured) from imported English stakes-winner Rosaleen that made $250,000 for Woodside Park Stud when bought by B Saunders. Also selling well the half-brother to dual Group I winner Trust in a Gust from American bred Storm Cat mare Subtle Breeze that made $220,000 for Swettenham Stud when secured by Belmont Bloodstock and a colt from See You There that made $200,000 for Cornerstone Stud when bought by Gerald Ryan. Pierro is poised to make a big impact at the 2016 Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale next month where he will be the most represented first season sire with 41 youngsters catalogued.