Entries Open Now for Inglis 2021 Yearling Sales

Media Release - Sunday August 2

Entries are now open for the 2021 Inglis Select Yearling Sales Series.

The Series will again comprise of five sales - Classic, Premier, Easter, Gold and the HTBA May Yearling Sale – in 2021 at Riverside Stables in Sydney and Oaklands Junction in Melbourne.

Each of the three primary yearling sales – Classic (Feb 7-9), Premier (Feb 28-Mar 2) and Easter (April 6-7) – will retain their regular places on the sales calendar in 2021.

Following its success this year, the HTBA Scone Yearling Sale will permanently be moved to Riverside Stables and be re-branded as the HTBA May Yearling Sale to take place as an expanded sale on May 2-3.

The Gold Yearling Sale will then follow at Oaklands Junction on Sunday May 16.

Inglis’ General Manager of Bloodstock and Marketing Sebastian Hutch is looking forward to the Inglis bloodstock team having the opportunity to work with vendors to identify the best sale placements for 2021.


“There is no disguising that the year to date has generated a huge number of challenges, but we have worked very hard as a team to help vendors achieve optimum outcomes in as many instances as possible,’’ Hutch said.

“It has been hugely rewarding to see the growth in key metrics across sales like Classic and Premier in particular and while it was disappointing to have circumstances conspire against what was on-track to be the best ever Easter Yearling Sale, our experiences this year have made us even more determined to leave no stone unturned in pursuit of the best results for our patrons.

“Each of the Highway Session at Classic, the Showcase Session at Premier, the Gold Yearling Sale and the Scone Yearling Sale posted remarkable figures under the circumstances and in the case of the latter sale, this year’s results have prompted a further expansion of it.

“Our sales offer a depth and variety of buyers that is unparalleled and this is something we work extremely hard on, right throughout the year.

“Whether attending a sale in person, working with members of our bloodstock team or bidding through our online platform – which recorded over 3600 individual bids through our yearling sales series this year – we are in a position to offer a standard of service to our buyers which is unmatched and this is something our vendors can have huge confidence in.

“As a team we have demonstrated the capacity to work effectively with vendors through any number of challenges this year and it will stand us in good stead over the next 12 months and beyond.

“The very simple fact is buyers want to spend their money on horses that will help them to win the best races and Inglis offers more of those than anyone else - our sales have produced double the number of Group 1 winners of any other Australasian auction house over the past three years.’’

To discuss the sales placement of your yearlings for 2021, contact a member of the Inglis bloodstock team in Sydney on 02 9399 7999 or Melbourne on 03 9333 1422.

To view our 2021 Yearling Entries Brochure, CLICK HERE.

To enter your yearlings, CLICK HERE.

Entries close August 21.

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