Outstanding Inglis Digital Sale Open for Bidding

Media Release - Friday June 4

Some of the best breeding stock ever to be offered anywhere in the world on an online sale highlights a stunning catalogue for the Inglis Digital June (Early) auction.

In total, a catalogue of 400 entries has been finalised – 148 racehorses (73 race fillies), 154 broodmares (75 in foal), 56 weanlings, 24 yearlings, one unbroken, 15 racehorse shares, one stallion share (Bel Esprit) and one stallion breeding right (Sooboog).

Due to the increased size of the catalogue, buyers are asked to note the earlier starting time of 12pm (midday) for the final countdown of bidding on Wednesday June 9.

As previously mentioned throughout the week, the sale is shaping as the strongest online auction ever collated.

The dam of G2 winner Pure Elation is for sale.

Its array of highlights include:

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*Members Joy, a Stakes winner and dam of dual G2 winner Pure Elation (pictured), in foal to Zoustar

*G3-winning 2YO Bonita Aurelia, offered as both a racing and breeding prospect

*Five-time winner and Stakes placed filly Malahide, who is closely related to star sprinter Haut Brion Her

*Omniscient, dam of this season’s high-class 2YO filly Ashema

*Street Icon (Street Boss), a Stakes placed half sister to Bons Away

*Caulfield Cup fourth-place getter Constantinople

*Mares in foal to the likes of Fastnet Rock, Extreme Choice, Yes Yes Yes, American Pharoah, Shalaa, Flying Artie, Frosted, Impending, Pride Of Dubai, Brutal, Alabama Express, Showtime, Territories, Odyssey Moon etc.

There are also offerings from the likes of Annabel Neasham, Aquis, Bjorn Baker, Chris Waller, Ciaron Maher Racing, Coolmore, Gai Waterhouse/Adrian Bott, Hawkes Racing, Kingstar Farm, Lindsay Park Racing, Mick Price/Michael Kent Jr, Gary Portelli, Segenhoe, Stonehouse, Swettenham, Vinery, Widden, Yulong etc.

“As a collective, this is a rare offering for any one sale so for Inglis Digital to be offering such a strong array of racing and breeding talent in one auction is a real privilege,’’ Inglis Digital Business Manager Nick Melmeth said.

“Inglis Digital graduates have won more than 900 races in Australia alone this year and it’s become evident that buyers all around the country and into Asia and New Zealand see the immense opportunities that come with buying an Inglis Digital offering.

“We are thrilled with this June (Early) catalogue and urge all buyers with an interest in tried stock, breeding stock or stallions to take a close look at the catalogue, do their due diligence in terms of research and get involved.

“I again want to remind buyers about the earlier than usual starting time of the sale closing, from midday on Wednesday, not the usual 3pm starting time.’’

Bidding on the Inglis Digital June (Early) Online Auction is now available.

To view the catalogue or to bid on a lot, CLICK HERE.

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