[FoRK] [Fwd: RE: 2004's most expensive cars]

Dave Long dl at silcom.com
Tue Mar 2 09:21:34 PST 2004



>                      In Seabiscuit, there's one photograph
> of a classic luxury car with a guy who just lost eveyrthing
> in the 1929 crash with a sign that says $100 will buy
> this car.

I think Seabiscuit also had a few bit parts
for hayburners.  If one isn't looking for a
parts-runner vehicle, nor a solid groceries
transport, and needs to soak up that bit of
extra cash, there are always yearlings.

(looks like the loonie and the euro weren't
doing too badly, even back in Sep)

-Dave

Keeneland September 2003 Yearling Sale, top 10

 Hip Description			Purchaser	Price
 522 b f Gone West-Touch of Greatness	John Ferguson	3,800,000
     Three Chimneys Sales, Agent 
 195 b c Danzig-Queena			D.L. O'Byrne	3,600,000
     Middlebrook Farm, Agent 
 215 db/br c Unbridled-Serena's Song	Eugene Melnyk	2,800,000
     Denali Stud (Craig Bandoroff), Agent X 
 316 ch c Storm Cat-Bluemamba		D.L. O'Byrne	2,600,000
     Matagorda Farm, Inc., Agent 
 86  b f Unbridled-Evil Elaine		D.L. O'Byrne	2,400,000
     Lane's End, Agent 
 282 b c AP Indy-Adoradancer		Mark Reid	1,850,000
     Lane's End, Agent 			Bloodstock Agency
 497 ch f Lemon Drop Kid-Snow Forest	John Ferguson	1,800,000
     Mt. Brilliant Farm LLC 
 508 b c Unbridled-Storm Alert		Brushwood Stable1,800,000
     Lane's End, Agent 
 88  b c Storm Cat-Exing (CHI)		Eugene Melnyk	1,750,000
     Denali Stud (Craig Bandoroff), Agent VI 
 367 ch c Kingmambo-Fantastic Ways	John Ferguson	1,700,000
     Lane's End, Agent 


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