Fleming's Tyreel Stud will present a select trio of mares at the 2012 Inglis
Australian Broodmare Sale next week being offered on behalf of his brother Paul and they
are rare gems guaranteed to impress.
Sure to get the sale started on a high is Lot 7, Group I winner Recurring (NZ),being offered in foal to proven Group I producing sire Exceed and Excel.
A brilliant sprinter by versatile sire Pentire (GB), Recurring won five races and more than $600,000 in prizemoney scoring a career highlight win in the AuRC Railway Handicap in New Zealand and was second in both Group I VREC Salinger Stakes and Goodwood Handicap in Australia
On the pedigree front, she is hard to fault being a half-sister to another Group I winner in Lady Madonna and the stakes-winner Donna's Gold.
Her only two foals to race are both metropolitan winners and she has a couple of well bred unraced young horses to run for her as well.
Lot 172 is another former high class racemare in Just Dancing, a half-sister by Fusaichi Pegasus (USA) to Group III winner Tahni Girl and HK stakes-winner and successful sire Hidden Dragon from NZ Champion 2YO Ballroom Babe.
Just Dancing won the Group II Tatts Furious Stakes and was third in the Group I STC Arrowfield Stud Stakes as well as finishing fourth in the Group I AJCAustralian Oaks, Randwick Guineas and Flight Stakes.
She is offered in foal to Commands and her current yearling, a colt by Red Ransom (USA) sold for $100,000 at the Inglis Easter Yearling Sale on Wednesday.
Top quality import Sharp Susan (USA) was a star when she was offered at the Fasig-Tipton Select Broodmare Sale a few years ago fetching $US2million and has now found her way to Australia and will be offered as Lot 28 in foal to leading sire Street Cry (IRE).
An outstanding racemare that won six races and close to $500,000 in prizemoney highlighted by a victory in the Group II Saratoga Lake Placid Stakes, Sharp Susan is by the Deputy Minister horse Touch Gold and is a sibling to Group I winners Spring at Last and Sharp Lisa.
Her first foal, a colt by AP Indy remains the US and is now a two year-old.
For more information on these stunning mares contact Scott Holcombe on 0452 213 762