Blaine Schvaneveldt, a name synonymous with the Quarter Horse racing industry, held his 2nd annual Schvanveldt Yearling Sale on August 4th in Pomona, California.
An unnamed colt by First Down Dash topped the sale, bringing $100,000. The colt was a full brother to stakes winner Docs First Card who won the 1997 San Juan Capistrano Handicap and was second in the 1996 Kindergarten Futurity (G2) and Governors Cup Futurity (RG1), before going to produce champion Secret Card and Kindergarten Futurity (G1) winner Twin Spires.
The top 5 sellers averaged $66,800. Eighty three horses sold for $902,000, with the average price of $10,867.