$700,000 I Am Invincible Colt

Tara Madgwick - Monday March 1

The Inglis Premier Yearling Sale was quickly into top gear on Monday morning with a Vinery Stud consigned colt by champion sire I Am Invincible selling for $700,000.

$700,000 I Am Invincible colt from G1 winner Risque.

The first foal of Group I New Zealand One Thousand Guineas winner Risque was snapped up by Busuttin Racing.
 


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Risque was bought out of New Zealand as a tried horse by Seymour Bloodstock’s Darren Thomas and Neil Werrett and she placed in the Group I VRC Australian Guineas behind Palentino and Tarzino here before eventually retiring to stud.

The Darci Brahma mare produced a filly last spring by More Than Ready (USA) and is in foal to Written Tycoon.

 

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