A thoroughbred from Armidale Stud at Carrick has sold for the highest price at the Magic Millions yearling sale in Launceston.
The mare from Alpine Eagle and Must be Mink sold for $95,000 to Griffiths Racing in Victoria.
Co-owner Robyn Whishaw said strong performances from Armidale owned horses in the races the night before were being reflected in prices.
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"We had a really good night last night at the races, two horses we owned won the Magic Millions races, so that no doubt is reflected today in the prices," she said.
She said it was an excellent result for the first crop of yearlings from Alpine Eagle.
"This is his first crop of yearlings to go through the ring so this is an excellent result," Ms Whishaw said.
The sale overall grossed $3.34 million which is a state record in Tasmania and is the first time the sale has grossed over $3 million.
The record for highest average sale price was also broken with an average of $30,720.
Magic Millions managing director Bobby Bowditch said it was a fantastic result for the state.
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