Who Bought What at Classic?
Tara Madgwick - Tuesday, 24 January 2012

Domestic buyers dominated at the Inglis Classic Yearling Sale with a particular resurgence noted from the strong West Australian contingent in attendance.

Leading buyer at the sale was Aquanita Racing, who purchase horses for accomplished Victorian trainers Robert Smerdon, Tony Vasil and WA based Simon Miller. They signed for 11 youngsters totalling $515,000, their most expensive acquisition a Snitzel colt (pictured) from Banishing that made $100,000.

Sydney based syndicators Darby Bloodstock and Star Thoroughbreds were next on the list, while pinhooking outfit BC3 Thoroughbreds was also active.

WA based buyers purchased 25 yearlings for $1,028,500, that figure up sharply on last year when they bought just 12 for $371,500, so vendors were glad to see those 'sandgropers'!

Leading Buyers at Classic
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Buyer

Bought

Aggregate

Average

Aquanita Racing

11

515,000

46,818

Darby Bloodstock Pty Ltd

5

276,000

55,200

Star Thoroughbreds Pty Ltd

3

235,000

78,333

BC3 Thoroughbreds Pty Ltd

4

232,000

58,000

Anthony Cummings Thoroughbreds

4

190,000

47,500

K Parker

6

175,500

29,250

Stud Open days, great suite accommodation in the middle of it all.

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