GALLERY: Day 2 buyers

Peter Twomey of Wattle Bloodstock purchased Lot 495, a colt by Street Boss for $200,000. Seven of eight Street Boss' sold in Book 1 for six-figures and buyers include;

Lot 115, a colt from the family of G1 VRC Oaks winner, Miami Bound for $250,000 to Ciraon Maher Racing.

Lot 142, a filly and a sister to the Stakes-winning mare Ploverset trained by Lindsay Park. Mick Price purchased this filly for $150,000.

Lot 187, a filly to Shane Nicols, trainer of G1 winner I Am A Star, for $100,000.

Lot 192, a filly to Boomer Bloodstock for $150,000.

Lot 274, a filly to Henry Dwyer who trains the unbeaten G3 winner Ms Catherine (Shooting To Win) for $320,000.

Lot 392, a colt to Mark Richards for $120,000.

Craig Rounsefell (centre) of Boomer Bloodstock

Brazen Beau, the leading second-season sire, had this yearling sell for $220,000 to the Hong Kong Jockey Club as Lot 422.

Lot 394: colt by Brazen Beau sells for $260,000
Matt Scown (right) purchases Lot 394 in partnership with Brae Sokolski, part owner of The Everest winner Yes Yes Yes