Pinhook List for Inglis Ready2Race

Tara Madgwick - Monday October 19

The 2020 Inglis Ready2Race Sale gets underway on Tuesday morning at 10 am and for those looking for some quick information on their past sale history our pinhook report has all the answers.

Two of the more expensive pinhook horses are by top class young sire Deep Field, who set a record for second crop winners last season and has continued in a similar vein this season with 34 winners on the board so far including stakes-winner Riddle Me That and Group I MRC Caulfield Guineas runner-up Aysar.

Winning Dreamer is a HK star for Deep Field - read about him here.


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His reputation in Hong Kong is on the rise with six winners from 12 starters including undefeated Winning Dreamer, who scored at Sha Tin on Sunday and has won four from four.

Lot 162 offered by Lime Country Thoroughbreds is a Deep Field colt from Wind Shift that made $230,000 at Inglis Classic and breezed for this sale in a brisk 10.30 seconds.

 

Lot 162 - click to see his page.

Lot 92 offered by Glenvale Park is a Deep Field colt from Reggae (IRE) that made $200,000 at Inglis Classic and breezed for this sale in 10.33 seconds.

Lot 162 - click to see his page.

Click here for the full pinhook list.


 

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