At the close of trading in Auckland, key sale indicators increased significantly on 2021’s results. The average rose to $61,557, up by 23%, while the median climbed significantly to $55,000, a 38% rise on last year’s figure, setting a new Australasian record. With tough competition for quality lots, 97 yearlings sold for a total turnover of $5,971,000, resulting in an 11% increase on last year’s overall aggregate at the close of selling.