Members Joy (Hussones) has become the most expensive pregnant mare sold online in the Southern Hemisphere, fetching an incredible $800,000 in the Inglis Digital June (Early) Online Sale, which concluded with three mares realising $300,000 or more and $5.25 million in turnover this evening.
Entries are now open for the 2021 Inglis Ready2Race Sale, the auction that has in recent years produced the likes of dual G1 winner Nettoyer, this season’s G2-winning 2YO Lightsaber, Hong Kong star Wishful Thinker, Allibor Trumbull, See You In Spring etc.
Some of the best breeding stock ever to be offered anywhere in the world on an online sale highlights a stunning catalogue for the Inglis Digital June (Early) auction.
The Inglis Digital June (Early) Online Sale catalogue is shaping as “the best ever’’ in terms of breeding stock, with several high-profile entries already confirmed.
Given the evolving Covid situation in Victoria, the Great Southern Sale will be pushed back three weeks to the new dates of Sunday July 4 and Monday July 5 at Oaklands.
Talented Easter 2YO Tiger Of Malay (Extreme Choice) firmed from $21 into $7 with TAB for the G1 JJ Atkins in a fortnight following a strong win in today’s $1m G2 BRC Sires Produce Stakes at Eagle Farm.
The Australian Derby winner Levendi (Pierro) will stand as a stallion in Tasmania after topping tonight’s Inglis Digital May (Late) Online Auction, selling to McShane Bank for $365,000.
Australian Derby winner Levendi (pictured) and mares in foal to the likes of Flying Artie, Toronado, Pierata, Exceedance, Headwater and Written By etc headline another strong Inglis Digital catalogue.
Weanlings by - and mares in foal to - some of the most in-demand stallions in the country highlight another outstanding renewal of the Great Southern Sale.
A pair of fillies both broke previous individual Gold Sale records on Day 2 action at Oaklands today, capping off an “extremely successful’’ renewal of the 2021 auction.
Racing Australia welcomes ASIC’s announcement today of its new legislative instrument to replace three Class Orders on Horse racing syndicates and Horse breeding schemes that were due to expire in the near future.
GAI Waterhouse was succinct when asked to comment on Evacuation: ”He’s big, strong and very good.’’
The open three year-old fillies event at Caulfield on Saturday was won in dominant fashion by exciting Darci Brahma filly Leotie, in whom there is much interest from varied parties.
HEATHERLY is tipped to improve sharply on her classy but narrow first-up win at Moonee Valley on Saturday — and she’ll have to because life is about to become pretty tough.
OMEI Sword stormed into Golden Rose contention with an arrogant win at Royal Randwick on Saturday but whether she lines up in the Group 1 feature remains to be seen.
Yarraman Park's star sire I Am Invincible kick started the new season with a stakes double at Caulfield as I Am a Star returned from a break to take the Group 3 MRC Quezette Stakes and Voodoo Lad scored a career best win in the Listed MRC Regal Roller Stakes.
The Snowdens continued their healthy affliation with the Group 3 Vain Stakes on Saturday, winning this year’s edition with unbeaten colt Russian Revolution, who led throughout.
As a brother to Group 1 Lightning Stakes heroine Snitzerland, much was expected of Sooboog, but the son of Snitzel has often been the bane of punters as well as owner Sheikh Mohammed Bin Khalifa Al Maktoum who shelled out $1.5 million to secure the chestnut as a yearling.
History was made at Randwick on Saturday when the new training partnership between Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott tasted their first success with exciting Snitzel colt Thronum carrying the Sun Stud colours to victory in the Listed ATC Rosebud.
The Hayes dynasty has its newest Flemington winner. Earlier this week Ben Hayes joined his father, Hall of Fame trainer David, and cousin Tom Dabernig in partnership and he hasn’t had to wait long for his first Melbourne winner.