Stamped for Success with the IKS – Inglis Premier

Sponsored Content - by Tara Madgwick - Monday February 22

Following on from a hugely successful Magic Millions Sale for Ian Smith’s Edinburgh Park, the boutique NSW farm will present six cracking yearlings for Inglis Premier including the half-sister to Group II winning $1.1million earner Rubisaki.

$1.1million earner Rubisaki was bred and sold by Edinburgh Park - image Grant Courtney

Bred and sold by Edinburgh Park, Rubisaki was snapped up for just $85,000 by astute judge Joe O’Neill for Prime Thoroughbreds and has proven an outstanding investment.

Her success will drive intense interest in Lot 317, a So You Think filly from Rubisaki’s dam Senro Kisaki, who has done an exceptional job at stud producing four foals to race all winners that also include Magic Millions Adelaide 2YO Classic winner Zizzis and smart Hong Kong winner Victory Marvel.

Lot 317 - click for page.

Another success story as an Edinburgh Park bred and sold product has been Group III BRC Grand Prix winner Fun Fact, a winner of over $770,000 in prizemoney.

Lot 33 - click for page.


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Lot 33 is a Merchant Navy half-brother to fun Fact and also Group III placed Tamasa from stakes-winner Fill the Page.

 


Also to be offered by Edinburgh Park are as follows:

Lot 370 Colt Zoustar x Sticky Fingers, by Duke of Marmalade (IRE)

Lot 370 - click for page.

Half-brother to a winner from an unraced half-sister to stakes-winner Moqueen and to the dam of Group III winner Malice from the family of Group I stars Criterion and Comin’ Through. Edinburgh Park have enjoyed a lot of success with this female family through the Darling Alice branch which has produced their current season stakes-=winners Glenfiddich and Eleven Eleven.

Lot 415 Filly Merchant Navy x Turnstiles (NZ), by Anabaa (USA)

Lot 415 - click for page.

Half-sister to Group placed Revolving Door and Golden Spin, her dam stakes-placed Turnstiles doing a great job with three foals to race all winners. Grand-dam is Group III winner Zabeels Angel, who is also grand-dam of this season’s Group I placed filly Vangelic.

Lot 588 Filly So You Think x Dublin Lass (NZ), by O’Reilly

Lot 588 - click for page.

First foal of brilliant stakes-winning sprinter Dublin Lass, a half-sister by champion sire O’Reilly to Group III placed Crafty Cop.

Lot 744 Colt Magnus x Westchester, by Reset

Lot 744 - click for page.

Half-brother to Melbourne metro winner Western Sun from a metro winning half-sister to stakes-placed Adirondack from an international Black Type family featuring Group I winners Lord of Men and Major Emblem.

See the draft at Barn H 81 – 86.


 

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