The Power of Red VII Qld Red Angus sale held at the Toowoomba Showgrounds on Saturday topped at $22,000 to average $9120.
It was a solid increase on last year's top of $21,000 and average of $7527.
The sale offered a diverse catalogue ranging from 26 bulls, eight females and five genetic lots.
Five heifers sold to average $5500 and top at $7000, and a stud cow and calf sold for $6000.
One embryo lot sold to $1500 per embryo for a package of three frozen embryos.
Eleven lots of semen sold for an average of $307.58 per straw, to a top of $650 per straw.
The $22,000 sale topper, GK Red 26 Quicksilver, was sold by Kirrily Johnson-Iseppi, GK Livestock, Dalby, to Peter and Kristine and Kris and Donna Dingle, Redline Brangus, Eidsvold - a record for GK Livestock at this annual sale.
Quicksilver was sired by Red Line Mulberry 26P out of Red Compass MS Dividend 815J.
The 23-month-old weighed 958 kilograms and had a scrotal circumference of 40 centimetres.
The second-top at $19,000, GK Red 625 Quest Q13, was sold by GK Livestock to Matthew and Melissa George, Eskdale Cattle, Eskdale.
Q13 was sired by Red Cockburn Assassin 624D out of GK Red 26 Dina H35, is 21-months-old, weighed 960kg and had a scrotal circumference of 41cm.
The top priced female at $7000 was heifer GK NCJ Red Trix 624 R4, sold by GK Livestock to an online bidder.
Kirrily Johnson-Iseppi said Quicksilver was set up for success being from legendary sire Red Fine Line Mulberry 26P.
"After all this time, that Mulberry bull is still a trait leader on Breedplan. He's just been a legend the world over the way he's performed," Ms Johnson-Iseppi said.
Mulberry's semen, also offered by GK Livestock on the day, sold for $650 a straw.
Peter Dingle said he would put their new bull to use in their Red Brangus breeding program.
"We'll put the bull over some of our higher-content Brangus heifers," Mr Dingle said.
Mr Dingle said he had admired Ms Johnson-Iseppi's cattle breeding program for some time, often seeing her bulls at shows such as the Ekka.
Redline Brangus runs about 700 Red Brangus breeders and select 120 to 150 bulls annually to be sold. The remaining males are sold as bullocks to the Jap Ox market.
The tops of their females are retained for their own breeding program, some are sold to other properties for breeding, and the remainder as trade heifers, which gives them a total herd size of about 2000.
The clearance rate for the day was 95pc.
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