Bloodstockauction Offer Online Yearling Sale

Media Release - Thursday April 15

It’s official - is holding an Online Yearling Sale before its regular weekly sale this April!

This is the sale that many of their members have been asking for, and has been set for Thursday 29th April 2021, with the Final Countdown to occur on Tuesday 4th May 2021

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Entries will be limited, so it is important to get yearlings entered nice and early to avoid disappointment. 

After completing a number of successful dedicated sales in Australia and the USA last year, and delivering more than $55M in total sales and just under $2M in a single auction, felt that the time was right to hold its own Online Yearling Sale to support its members. 

The sales landscape in Australia has definitely changed, with astute buyers and sellers continuing to take advantage of the benefits offered by online auctions, a format pioneered in Australia, New Zealand and the USA by



Why offer your yearlings online with

  • Saves you valuable time and money in transport costs, entry fees and staffing associated with traditional auctions,
  • Peace of mind of keeping valuable bloodstock on your farm, as well as reducing the stress of yearlings being constantly walked out and paraded in the lead up to the sale,
  • Online Bidding is open for five (5) full days, which provides buyers sufficient time to view lots online, arrange inspections at the vendor’s farm, and for buyers to place their maximum bids on selected lots,
  • Exposure of your stock to both domestic and international buyers,
  • Take advantage of selling your yearlings with other quality vendors large and small,
  • Your stock will be presented alongside yearlings by world class sires,
  • Promotion of your stock to’s 17,000+ registered bidders, not restricted to those that turn up on the day, or who have to register before the auction,
  • Ability for members and registered bidders to participate in the auction and purchase from anywhere in the world,
  • All bidding information remains completely confidential, however contact details of for all bidders may be provided to you at the conclusion of the auction,
  • Insurance and Finance available.

How will the online yearling be conducted?

  • The Online Yearling Sale will operate similar to’s standard weekly auction. The catalogue will go live at 7:00pm (AEST) on Thursday 29th April, and the Final Countdown will commence at 7:00pm (AEST) on Tuesday 4th May 2021. The regular weekly sale will commence with racehorses immediately after the dedicated yearling sale,
  • Vendors and Bidders must be members of the website to participate.

What are the entry costs?

  • The Listing Pricing for the dedicated Yearling Sale have been reduced from $550 to just $220 per listing,
  • A 5% sales commission will apply to all Reserved Lots that are sold, and for all Unreserved Lots that are sold for $5,000 or greater,
  • No commission is payable on Lots that are passed in,
  • Dedicated marketing will be conducted prior to and during the sale and will be heavily promoted to our members and followers through social media channels, as well as through respected industry news outlets,
  • A dedicated Sales Consultant will be available 24 hours a day will be appointed to manage the auction process for you, as well as make any adjustments or alterations,
  • Professionally written descriptions will be prepared for your lots,

How can I enter a yearling?

Members can enter their yearlings online themselves via the website, just like a normal auction.

‘Click Here’ to enter your yearling today!

Alternatively, if assistance is needed to enter a yearling you can contact the sales team at any time on 1300 849 349.

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