Galaxy Son tops Perth Spring Racehorse Sale

Prominent owner-breeder Bob Peters dominated the leader-board during his annual reduction at the Perth Magic Millions Spring Racehorse Sale.

A total of 16 lots grossed $151,500 at Belmont Park

Galaxy Son (Statue Of Liberty) was the most expensive selling for $38,000 to Magic Millions (as agent) on Sunday.  The four year-old gelding has been successful three times up to 1700m and is a half-brother to LR Pinjarra Cup winner Star Encounter (Jeune).

Last-start Belmont winner Ultimate Success (Blackfriars) went for $28,000.  Peters said the LR Kalgoorlie Cup was on the radar before he changed hands and the five year-old half-brother to Group 1 stayer Scenic Shot is now owned by KBRC chairman Andrew Inglis.

Peters also sold three-time-winner Gold Invader (Danewin) to Mark Bairstow for $26,000.  He is from a sister to Group 1 winner Old Comrade and was runner-up to The Forgotten One over 1500m at Pinjarra last Wednesday.