Extraordinary Inglis Digital Catalogue Now Open for Bidding

Media Release - Friday January 22

One of the strongest Inglis Digital catalogues since the platform’s inception has been finalised for the January (Late) Online Auction, which is now open for bidding.

One of many features is an unreserved dispersal of 40 lots from Rangal Park, whose owner Eric Buttler is offering having decided to close the farm due to ill health.

Among the Rangal Park draft is Listed winner Scratchy Lass, Aquada – dam of promising 4YO The Astrologist – as well as mares by the likes of Fastnet Rock, Exceed And Excel, Flying Spur, Keltrice, Savabeel, Commands, Bel Esprit and many more.

To view a preview video of the Rangal Park dispersal, CLICK HERE.

In total, 223 entries have been catalogued for the January (Late) auction including 67 racehorses, 46 race fillies, 74 broodmares, 18 shares, 14 yearlings and 3 weanlings.

On the extraordinary strength of the catalogue, Inglis Digital’s Business Manager Nick Melmeth said: “It would present a fantastic opportunity to have just one of these highlight horses the calibre of Saffiano or Oregon or Queen of the World etc to offer but to have all three, plus a fantastic Rangal Park dispersal and so many other outstanding offerings, makes this one of the best Inglis Digital catalogues ever.’’


Saffiano is for sale.

Other highlights include:

*Saffiano (pictured) – Last start Kembla Grange winner and prior Rosehill winner, this 3YO – a $600,000 yearling – is qualified for Hong Kong

*Oregon – City-winning, lightly-raced Peter and Paul Snowden-trained 3YO who was a $700,000 yearling

*Queen of the World (IF Brazen Beau) – Sea The Stars mare with an Exceed And Excel colt foal at foot

*Redouble – Stakes winner of six races and in excess of $1.5m prizemoney who finished a close 2nd in last year’s $1m The Kosciuszko

*Campese – Moonee Valley winner that has won 2 of his 10 starts and finished 3rd at Sandown on Wednesday

*Colonel – A $900,000 Easter yearling with a 6:1.1.2 record including a Randwick victory

*Requited – Two-time winner from 6 starts and is a half brother to 3 Stakes performers including a G1 winner

*Phoenix Park (IF Dundeel) – City winner from an active family, her first foal (by Pierro) sold for $550,000

*Mares with foals at foot by the likes of Extreme Choice, Fiorente, Inference, Palentino, Saxon Warrior, Tosen Stardom, Written By etc

*Strong offerings from the likes of Sun Stud, Aquis Farm, Hawkes Racing, Chris Waller Racing, Coolmore, Emirates, Bjorn Baker, Lindsay Park, Mick Price, Busuttin Racing, Anthony Freedman, Yulong, Matthew Smith, Kitchwin Hills, Glenn Haven Racing, Rosemont Stud, Swettenham Stud etc.

To view the catalogue, CLICK HERE.

The January (Late) sale will look to continue a fantastic start to the year for the Inglis Digital platform, whose January (Early) sale grossed in excess of $2.5m, further enhanced by the private post-sale of Natural Nine, who will continue his racing career in Victoria.

The final countdown of bidding for the January (Late) Online Auction will begin from 3pm Wednesday, January 27.

To register to bid or to participate in the auction, CLICK HERE.

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