Sire Profitability at Inglis Easter

Tara Madgwick - Friday April 9

A record breaking Inglis Easter made for some great results in the sale ring  for breeders with plenty of stallions returning three times service fee and more.

The sire profitability list by multiple of fee for yearling sales tends to highlight younger stallions coming off a lower fee that are destined for better things.

I Am Invincible topped these lists regularly when he was on his way to greatness, likewise Written Tycoon and Spirit of Boom .

Deep Field - click to learn more about Deep Field.


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Newgate Farm’s Deep Field  is the front runner this year at Inglis Easter, but it’s worth a look to see the other up and comers to follow.

 


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