Cave Hill - a filly by Not A Single Doubt (Redoute's Choice) - was the headline act of the Inglis Digital Online Early January Sale on Wednesday after Queensland-based Number 1 Quality Bloodstock went to $105,000 to secure the three-year-old from the Aquis Farm draft.
Catalogued as Lot 179, the filly is out of the placed More Than Ready (Southern Halo) mare Moojeh, making her a sister to Listed-placed Maqsad.
Moojeh herself is daughter of Group 1-placed mare Tambour (Marauding), who is also the dam of multiple Group 1-winning champion Grand Armee (Hennessy).
Further afield this also the same family as Group 1 winners Drum (Marauding) and Anamato (Redoute's Choice).
Meanwhile, the second highest-priced lot of the sale was the Ciaron Maher-consigned filly Taylor's Dream (Commands) and she was purchased by Bell View Park Stud for $85,000.
Catalogued as Lot 157, the filly is out of winning Commands (Danehill) mare Taylor's Command, making her a half sister to stakes-placed pair Terminology (Star Witness) and Swift Witness (Star Witness), who will takes his chance in the Magic Millions 2YO Classic (RL, 1200m) at the Gold Coast on Saturday.
Taylor's Command herself is a half-sister to Group 2 winner So Pristine (Zabeel) and Listed scorer Restored (Red Ransom) as well as the dam of Djon Bleu (Burgundy).
"Her dam Taylor's Command (Commands) consistently produces nice types and this filly is no different," Adam Mackrell said.