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67 individual Stallions set to be represented at Canada’s Premier Yearling Sale

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This sale has attracted yearlings from a broad range of proven and upcoming stallions.

Toronto, ON – June 22, 2022 – The upcoming Canadian Premier Yearling Sale, August 31, 2022, being held at the Woodbine Sales Pavilion, Toronto, Ontario has attracted over 200 yearling entries.

This year’s Premier Yearling Sale will include representation from 67 individual Stallions. The 2021 top 5 leading Ontario sires represented at the sale include Silent Name (JPN), Souper Speedy, Old Forester, Society’s Chairman and Reload.

Yearlings from first crop yearling sires such as Catholic Boy, Flameaway, Heart to Heart and Yoshida (JPN) will be represented. As well as, first crop 2 year old Sires Always Dreaming, Amis Gizmo, Army Mule, Collected, Danish Dynaformer, Ransom the Moon and Seattle Serenade.

“This sale has attracted yearlings from a broad range of proven and upcoming stallions, commented Peter Berringer, President of the CTHS (Ontario Division). “Ontario Bred/Sired Thoroughbreds continue to have success both here in Ontario and throughout North America”. More than ever it pays to buy in Ontario. “With the pandemic restrictions lifted and the borders now open – we are hoping our buyer base will be enhanced this year.”

If planning to attend August 31st 2022 in Toronto – please visit the CTHS Ontario website for more information at or contact us directly at 416-675-3602.

PHOTO CAPTION - Hip #196 a Chestnut Filly by Old Forester selling for $145,000 at the 2021 Canadian Premier Yearling Sale. A full sister to Multiple Canadian Champion and Horse of the Year, Pink Lloyd, the filly, now named Just Pinky, out of the mare Gladiator Queen was bred by John Carey, purchased by Bruno Schickedanz and consigned by John Carey, Agent. (Dave Landry Photo)

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