The “ageless warrior’’ Hey Doc secured a fourth career G1 win in Friday night’s Manikato Stakes, the highlight of another big weekend of spring results for Inglis graduates.
Today’s $500,000 Listed Inglis Banner winner Sneaky Five was named the moment Rosemont’s Anthony Mithen and Nigel Austin bought her at this year’s Premier Yearling Sale.
The October (Late) Online Sale has opened for bidding, with 192 lots catalogued including a dispersal of seven racehorses from the estate of the late owner/breeder Trevor Stuckey.
Records were broken and tears were flowing as a day of boisterous trade ensured the 2020 Inglis Ready2Race Sale was the most successful ever held.
Preparations for Tuesday’s Inglis Ready2Race Sale continued at Riverside today with the annual Veuve Clicquot Champagne Brunch and catalogue parade.
“Last year we won The Everest, this year we win The Kosciuszko. Throw a Melbourne Cup in between and it’s been a pretty handy 12 months for the Kitchwin Hills team.’’
There were tears at Randwick and tears at Tyreel Stud as superstar grey Classique Legend (Not A Single Doubt) raced his way into equine stardom with a barnstorming victory in the $15m The Everest.
Breeze ups have been finalised and inspections are underway at Riverside as preparations for the Inglis Ready2Race Sale head into overdrive.
Inspections begin tomorrow (Friday October 16) at Riverside Stables for Inglis’ Ready2Race Sale.
I Am Invincible filly Avenue of Pleasure has topped the Inglis Digital October (Early) Online Sale at $205,000, purchased by successful Victorian owner Gary Lechte.
Australian bred sprinters Not Listenin'tome and Lucky Bubbles filled the quinella in the Group II Bochk Wealth Mgmt Jockey Club Sprint at Sha Tin on Sunday, the race also featuring the return of the great HK Champion Able Friend.
Not A Single Doubt went 1-2 in Group 1 Railway Stakes in Perth with Scales Of Justice defeating Good Project
The 16th foal of the stakes-winning Bletchingly mare Tennessee Morn, 5-year-old Magnus gelding Malaguerra added a second Group 1 to his CV when holding off rising sprint star Spieth in Saturday's $1million Darley Classic (1200m) at Flemington.
A $75,000 Inglis Premier purchase from the draft of Torryburn Stud, talented six year-old Rock of Gibraltar (IRE) mare Jessy Belle has taken her own good time to win her first Black Type event, but did it in style at Flemington on Saturday with a sweet victory in the Group II VRC Matriarch Stakes.
A $200,000 Inglis Easter purchase from the Newgate Farm draft for David Ellis, the well-related two year-old Stratum colt Summer Monsoon delivered the right result when he proved too slick for his rivals at Te Rapa.
It was appropriate in the week the state's imminent greyhound ban was reversed, Garry Frazer won at Randwick.
Voodoo Lad atoned for his narrow defeat in the Group 1 Sir Rupert Clarke by winning Saturday’s $150,000 Group 3 Ladbrokes Moonga Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield.
Encosta De Lago’s classy Group One winner Vanbrugh gave his future stud career a boost with his win in the G3 Coongy Cup at Caulfield on Saturday.
A broodmare career beckoned for the Testa Rossa mare Cavaloce following her unplaced effort in the Listed Balaklava Cup on August 31 however the lure of a stakes win kept her in training for the Listed Durbridge Stakes (1200m) at Morphettville on Saturday.
Inglis has welcomed Racing NSW’s increased prizemoney announcement, which will see owners enjoy greater reward in all races state-wide.