Inglis Premier Breednet First Season Galleries

Tara Madgwick - Thursday February 25

Breednet’s first season gallery page of sires represented at Inglis Premier is a must visit and a great chance to check out the four yearlings on offer by boom first season sire Almanzor (Fr) as well as the first youngsters for Victorian based Impending and Highland Reel (IRE), who are the most represented first season sires at the sale.

Click here to see all first season sire gallery pages for Inglis Premier.

 

 

Will Almanzor be the leading first season sire at yet another sale? Click to see them.

 

Lonhro's dual G1 son Impending has some great types for Premier - click to see them all.

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A globe-trotting champion on the track, Highland Reel will make his mark at Premier - click to see them.


 

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