Three of this year's first season sires were represented by offspring that breached the six figure barrier.
The most expensive was a colt by Society Rock, consigned by Tally Ho Stud who stood the ill-fated sire. Their bay colt, a half brother to a Listed winner and Group 3 placed filly, was bought by Blanford Bloodstock for €160,000.
Tally Ho was also involved in the excellent result for Haras de Grandcamp's Prix Morny winning grandson of Sunday Silence, Dabirsim. The Westmeath farm sold the colt from the family of Irish 1000 Guineas winner Samitar to Federico Barberini for €140,000.
The third of the trio was Ballyhane Stud's Red Jazz who was responsible for a filly who made €115,000. Consigned by Lexington Stables, she is a half-sister to Jeremy's Legacy, placed three times in G3 contests in America and to Mollie The Moo who won a 2yo maiden recently for Ger Lyons. BBA Ireland signed for the April-born filly.