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January (Early) Online catalogue NOW OPEN FOR BIDDING

8th Jan 2021

A bumper catalogue of 268 lots has been assembled for the Inglis Digital January (Early) Online Auction, which is now open and live for bidding.

The first online catalogue for 2021 includes 189 racehorses (76 race fillies), 47 broodmares (18 in foal, 15 with foals at foot), 22 racehorse shares and five yearlings.

Catalogue highlights include:

Natural Nine – Warwick Farm barrier trial winner on November 4th who has been fully vetted for Hong Kong and is eligible for a PPG permit

Windborne – Stakes-winning daughter of Darci Brahma from an active family in foal to Invincible Spirit’s G1-winning son National Defense

Exhibition – Lightly raced 3YO by Vancouver with form that includes a metropolitan win as a 2YO at Randwick

Irukandji (pictured) – Talented 5YO son of Dundeel who was good enough to win in G3 company as a 2YO

Lubuk – Dual metropolitan-winning 4YO son of I Am Invincible who was a last start winner at Doomben on December 23rd

Reflectivity – 5-time metropolitan winner of over $440,000 with some high quality form to his name

Marluccio – ½ sister by Not A Single Doubt to talented older horse Al Mah Haha and in foal on an early cover to exciting young sire Territories

Taylor’s Dream – Lightly-raced 3YO ½ sister to black-type performers Terminology and recent Listed Wyong Magic Millions placegetter Swift Witness

Al Badr – Lightly raced 3YO son of I Am Invincible who was a $550,000 yearling and has had four starts for a win and a placing

Ulusaba – Four-time metropolitan-winning son of Exceed And Excel

Al Jood – A three-time winning daughter of Al Maher who was Stakes placed behind Vanna Girl at Doomben in May

Mohawk – Unraced son of Extreme Choice who has shown promise in two recent Randwick barrier trials

The catalogue includes significant drafts of racehorses from the likes of Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott Racing, Ciaron Maher Racing, Hawkes Racing, Chris Waller Racing, Lindsay Park Racing, Bjorn Baker Racing and Ballymore Stables amongst others, as well as an offering of seven broodmares from Sun Stud.

To view the January (Early) catalogue, CLICK HERE.

Inglis Digital graduates have continued their outstanding racetrack success in 2021 – there have been multiple winners per day off the platform to start the new year at Australian metropolitan, provincial and country level.

The strength of the first catalogue of the year suggests 2021 will be another big year for the digital platform – in 2020, 43 lots sold for $100,000 or more (82 since 2018), Digital had its first G1-winning graduate in Bella Vella ($22,500 2019 April) and a new record top lot was created when undefeated Inglis Millennium contender Sneaky Five’s dam Small Minds sold for $410,000.

The final countdown of bidding for the January (Early) Online Auction begins from 3pm Wednesday, January 13.

To register to bid or to actively participate in the auction, CLICK HERE.



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