March 24, 2023
High-Quality Additions to the Inglis Presidential Sale

The President’s Sale noticed a surge in first-class entries on March 9, on the eve of the deadline for purposes to the Inglis Breeder Inventory Sale Sequence.

Thai middaydouble group winner’s threshold and group 1st place steinemshall be introduced as foal Frankel The brink of the first group winner Roch ‘n’ Horse, Rochfortto be offered as a foal Per Incanto .

paredo will be presented as foal Extreme SelectionThe resulting colt is runner-up in the Blue Diamond Stakes (G1) and three-quarters of the Golden Slipper Stakes (G1) competitor is a sibling Don Corleoneduring Bay3rd group threshold juan divawill be sold as a foal Schnitzel .

Including staked mares hard girl, wonderful, Elizabeth, amasenos, charlatan, Tralee Rose, Joy, La RocqueAnd Enter the Spirittogether So you assumefor foal campwill also be available for sale.

These new additions will join the mares applied in group 1 ice bath, nimalee, Montephilia, elegant girl, swatsAnd electric girl already approved – plus mares in foal Gun Runner and champion European lord Frankel – Already approved for the President’s catalogue.

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“This will be the best catalog we’ve ever compiled for the President’s Discount, no doubt about it,” said Sebastian Hutch, CEO of Inglis Bloodstock.

“We receive outstanding support with each of the breeder sales we are grateful for.”

Contact or click a member of the Inglis blood stock team to discuss or submit an entry Here.

Throughout final yr’s bidding, Coolmore’s Tom Magnier noticed bids of A$2.7 million (US$1,920,808) to amass the two-time group 1 successful mare. shout the stick From the sketch of Glenesk Thoroughbreds. Magnier was the lead purchaser of the sale with a single buy, with Sheamus Mills Bloodstock, Longwood Thoroughbred Farm and Peter Morgan coming in second after buying two horses for A$2 million. Segenhoe Thoroughbreds of Scone offered 11 of 14 entries to turn out to be the main vendor with a complete of AUD $5,210,000.

On the finish of the sale, Inglis reported that 71 horses earned A$33,430,000 (US$23,782,438) from the fingers of 84 horses, a mean of AUD 470.845 (US$334,963) and a median gross earnings of US$350,000 (US$248,993). There have been 13 horses that might not meet their reserves, representing a 15% RNA fraction.

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