$82k average for Reward For Effort at Inglis Premier

After covering 202 mares in the 2017 season, Reward For Effort’s popularity has also been recognised in the sales ring at the Inglis Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale. In Book 1 of this sale, yearlings by Reward For Effort average over $84,000, bred from an $11k Service Fee.

The highest priced lot was Lot 462, the colt out of Kobe Queen (Fusaichi Pegasus) offered by Willaroon Thoroughbreds. Luke Oliver purchased the colt for $110k and also trains the unraced full sister.


Reward For Effort/Kobe Queen colt

Lot 530, the colt out of Montana Hilton also made three figures, selling for $100,000 to Price Bloodstock.

Reward For Effort/Montana Hilton colt
Other notable results included:

Lot 166 sold for $90k to Singapore trainer Ricardo Le Grange from Daisy Hill’s draft.
Lot 621 sold for $82k to John Foote from Chatswood’s Book 2 draft.
Lot 256 sold for $80k to John Foote from Kristenvale Stables Draft.
Lot 198 sold for $75k to Price Bloodstock from Supreme’s Draft.
Lot 753 sold for $65k to WA Trainer Neville Parnham from Bucklee Farm’s Book 2 Draft.
Lot 620 sold for $50k to Domain Thoroughbreds from Chatswood’s Book 2 Draft.