First auction daughter of the $80,000 2018 Sale graduate, Winchester fetched $14,000 for her breeders, the RSVP and Sylvan Springs Studs, Windera at the recent 2022 National Droughtmaster Female Sale. The 14-month-old (pictured) the sole entry in the sale by the explosive prospect we co-own with the Fieldhouse Stud, Western Australia. Our genetics were spread through the offering that averaged $7271 with operations like Yimin using, Antonio (Pacific), Calco with Substitute (Maranoa) daughters and Kirala with progeny by Texas (Remington). There were a vast array of grand daughters by a bevy of Glenlands genetics. Rambo granddaughters offered by Waringle made to $16,500, Invincible granddaughters hit $13,000 for the Seymour operation (second image) while Tajana sold Quicksilver (Invincible) granddaughters for $6000. Benjamin sold a granddaughter of Newton (5160) and the Vitwood Stud had Oliver (Invincible) and Lincoln (3577) granddaughters on offer. Brigalow Park sold a run of Immense (Horsham) granddaughters with a Needmor entry, a granddaughter of Utopia (Resolution) selling for $13,000. In the record breaking 2021 on property sale the first two sons of Winchester set a $13,500 average to top at $14,000 selling to the Williams family, Riverside Station, Nebo.

Images: Courtesy RSVP and Seymour Studs.