Bell View Park Mares a Highlight for Inglis Digital June

Sponsored Content - by Tara Madgwick - Monday June 1

Respected South Coast bloodstock enterprise Bell View Park have a reputation for meeting the market and will offer a quality draft of 10 young mares in the upcoming Inglis Digital Early June Sale set to go live on Friday afternoon (June 5), with the final countdown of bidding scheduled to begin at 3pm Wednesday, June 10.

“We sold all six of our mares at the Chairman's Sale which ended up having a clearance rate of approximately 65% and will be doing our best to sell these mares as well,” said Adam Mackrell.

These mares are by champion sires including I am Invincible, Exceed and Excel, Invincible Spirit, Hinchinbrook, Sebring and O'Reilly and the draft includes a stakes performer, four metropolitan winners and a half-sister to a Group I winner.

They are from some outstanding female families which include Eight Carat, Denise's Joy, Snitzel, Sunlight, Zabeel and Zarkava, with the pregnant mares in foal to Deep Field, Rubick, American Pharaoh (USA), Vancouver and Shooting To Win.

"We have put together a very nice draft of mares for this sale,” Mackrell said.

“Physically they are an appealing group of mares and they are backed up by some excellent pedigrees and racetrack performance. As always we plan our matings carefully and the stallions they are in foal to complement the mares nicely.

“The majority of mares we sell are pregnant but we do generally sell some maidens every year to balance out our drafts.

“A good example of this was the stakes winning Testa Rossa mare Cavaloce who we sold at the Magic Millions sale in 2017 for 180k to Freyer Bloodstock. She visited Dundeel in her maiden season and produced a colt that was purchased by John Sadler Racing for 340k at this year's Magic Millions yearling sale.”

Here are some of the highlights of the draft:

Finishing Touch - click for more information

Finishing Touch (GB): A metropolitan winning daughter of Invincible Spirit from the family of G1 winner Your Song. She is a very flashy looking mare with excellent strength, good balance and a strong, athletic walk. She is offered for sale in foal to Rubick.

I Am Gracie - click for more information

I Am Gracie: A stakes placed and metropolitan winning daughter of I am Invincible from the family of champion stallion Snitzel. She is a good looking, strong sprinting type, with a fluent walk who has let down very well. She is offered in foal to Shooting To Win.

Reliable Girl - click for more information

Reliable Girl (NZ): An unraced daughter of Reliable Man. She is a half sister two G3 winners and a stakes placed horse and is from the outstanding Eight Carat family. She was purchased for 200k at the 2018 NZBS yearling sale which was third highest priced filly by her sire sold globally that year. She is a nice, well balanced type, with a good walk who doesn't carry any Danehill blood and would suit a wide range of sires.

Rubia Miss - click for more information

Rubia Miss: A metropolitan 2yo winning daughter of Hinchinbrook from the family of Denise's Joy. She was a precocious 2yo starting five times for one win, three placings and one fourth, all on metropolitan tracks. It's also an excellent sales family with her full brother fetching 360k at the Inglis Classic sale this year and her half sister Pass The Parcel producing a Pierro colt that made 575k at the Inglis Premier Sale this year. Rubia Miss is a quality type who has plenty of strength, good scope and a powerful walk who has let down nicely. She is offered for sale in foal to Rubick.

Seababe - click for more information

Seababe: A Sydney metropolitan winning daughter of Sebring out of a stakes placed Encosta De Lago mare. Seababe ran in the 2yo G3 Magic Night on debut before training on to win at 3,4 and 5. She is a half-sister to the promising I am Invincible 3yo Lombardo who flashed home at his last start at Flemington for trainers Mick Price and Michael Kent. Seababe was a 230k yearling and is a very attractive mare with plenty of size, strength and scope and a strong, athletic walk. 

Star Flight - click for more information

Star Flight: A daughter of leading international sire Hard Spun, sire of 13 G1 winners and the broodmare sire 19 stakes winners. She is a half sister to dual G1 winning mare Viddora who will be offered for sale in foal to Lope De Vega. Star Flight is an attractive type with good size, scope and a nice walk. She is offered for sale in foal to Deep Field, who's yearlings averaged over 150k this year.

Click here for further details of our mares where you find videos, photos, pedigrees, race records, mare heights, breeding / pregnancy certificates and additional mare information etc: 

Bell View Park Stud is located just south of Berry on the NSW South Coast and is less than a 2 hour drive from the Sydney CBD.

Any enquiries regarding the mares or to organise an inspection please contact Adam Mackrell on 0409 909 520 or email info@bellviewparkstud.com.au Chris Russell from Inglis has inspected the draft and can also be contacted on 0412 644 452 or email chris.russell@inglis.com.au if you have any questions regarding the mares.


 

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