People at Premier Final Day

Breednet - Tuesday March 2

By any assessment the Inglis Melbourne Premier Sale was a runaway success so here’s the last instalment from Maree McEwan’s chats out and about with those involved.

The Written Tycoon x Gybe Premier sale topper

Sebastian Hutch, General Manager Bloodstock Sales and Marketing at Inglis wraps up a record breaking Melbourne Premier Sale.

 

John Kelly from Newhaven Park on a successful sale.

 

Ian Smith from Edinburgh Park - "A great result for the farm"

 

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Ryan Arnel from Stonehouse Thoroughbreds - "prices for the right horses has been enormous"

 

Sam Fairgray from Yulong – “thrilled”

 

Rhys Smith from Kulani Park on their $900,000 Lord Kanaloa colt.

 

Sean Dingwall from Caithness on their $600,000 Capitalist colt.

 

Bloodstock Agent Damon Gabbedy on his purchases.

 

Suman Hedge on his $550,000 Dundeel colt.

 

Bloodstock agent Louis Le Metayer on his Astute Bloodstock purchases.

Philip Campbell from Blue Gum Farm on their sale topping $1.1 million Wrtten Tycoon colt.

 

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