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JBIS 2021/07/28

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Hokkaido Selection Sale -Yearlings-

  • Lot : 234
  • Sold : 202
  • Gross : ¥4,015,770,000
  • Highest : ¥66,000,000
  • Average : ¥19,880,050

Top Horse Hip.NO 154

  • Sire : Epiphaneia(JPN)
  • Dam : Three Arrow(JPN)
          by Aldebaran(USA)
  • Final Bit : ¥66,000,000
  • Buyer : Masaru Shimada

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