The Grade 2 winner Miss Heritage topped Wednesday's Goffs UK August Sale when selling for £78,000.
Offered by WH Bloodstock, the eight-year-old mare claimed her Grade 2 victory in the Yorkshire Rose Mares' Hurdle at Doncaster in January before being covered by the exciting sire Nathaniel.
She was knocked down to the bid of Richard Venn Bloodstock and DahlBury. Simon Davies, the co-founder of DahlBury, was also active at the Aintree Sale earlier this year when securing the Grade 1 winning mare Put The Kettle On.
Two other lots surpassed the £50,000 mark. They were Wilson Dennison’s debut winning pointer Townhill, who was sold to Ed Bailey for £60,000, and Aidan FitzGerald’s winning pointer Tara Line, a daughter of Kayf Tara who was purchased by Syd Hosie and Gay Kelleway for £50,000.
Some 73% of the 232 lots offered were sold and the average price was £9,483.
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