The Sequalo breed not surprisingly always prove popular in the sales ring and the evergreen stallion - whose current yearlings hail from his 14th crop - enjoyed good success at last week's Magic Millions QTIS Yearling Sale.
Eleven of his sons and daughters were sold for an average of over $30,000 with a top seller of $80,000 - an eye-catching son of the Canadian Silver mare Count The Silver secured by Toowoomba trainer Tony Sears.
Bred and sold by Lyndhurst Stud, the handsome bay (pictured) topped the second and final session of the sale. A full brother to the metropolitan winner Inventory, he is also a 3/4 brother to the speedy Listed winner Holding.
Tony Sears also purchased the fourth highest priced lot of the day - another Lyndhurst Stud bred Sequalo, a daughter of the More Than Ready mare Figure from the family of Champion 2Y0 Encounter.
Hidden Dragon - whose classy son Hidden Warrior resumes in Listed company at Rosehill on Saturday - also enjoyed a good sale with his top seller a $55,000 filly out of the stakes placed Lake Coniston mare Regal County purchased by Blue Sky Thoroughbreds.