Catalogue updates from Saturday Jan 16

Craig Tompson - Saturday January 16

Plenty of catalogue updates from Saturday’s races around Australasia including a huge Group One update for a colt going to Inglis Classic.

Almanzor - sire of Inglis Classic lot 617 - now a half-brother to a Gr1 winner

BONHAM (Per Incanto x Fortune's Choice) won Trentham Devan Plastics Levin Classic Gr1. Half-brother by Almanzor in the Inglis Classic Yearling Sale (Lot 617) for Sledmere Stud. View

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Newsreader (Press Statement x Thinking Of You) won Gold Coast. Half-brother by Zoustar in the Inglis Classic Yearling Sale (Lot 377) for Yarraman Park Stud. NEW WINNER View

Time To Sizzle (City Place x Frizzled) won Ascot. Half-brother by Oratorio in the MM Perth Yearling Sale (Lot 147) for Yarradale Stud. View

Explosive Jack (Jakkalberry x Extra Explosive) won Kembla Grange. Half-brother by Time Test in the NZB Karaka Book 1 (Lot 387) for Phoenix Park. View

Exoboom (Exosphere x First Bloom) won Kembla Grange. Half-brother by Capitalist in the NZB Karaka Book 1 (Lot 403) for Mapperley Stud Ltd. View

Blackbook (Sacred Falls x Bequests) won Wingatui. Half-brother by Zacinto in the NZB Karaka Book 1 (Lot 277) for Valachi Downs. View

Bottle And Bird (Pluck x Gonski Girl) won Ceduna. Half-brother by Street Boss in the Inglis Premier Yearling Sale (Lot 57) for Springmount. View

 

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