Entries for Inglis 2022 Yearling Sale Series Open

Media Release - Tuesday July 20

Following a record-breaking round of sales in 2021, entries are now open for the 2022 Inglis Yearling Sales Series.

The series will again consist of five primary yearling sales – Classic, Premier, Easter, Gold and HTBA May.

A total of 2188 yearlings were sold through an Inglis sale ring in 2021 at a market-leading clearance rate of 88.8% (4.1% higher than the nearest competitor).

In a series of telling statistics:

*Inglis-sold yearlings averaged $125,850 in 2021, 8.8% more than yearlings sold by the nearest Australian competitor

*There were 24 lots sell for $1m or more through Inglis in 2021, double that of the nearest Australian competitor

*Inglis sold 95 yearlings for $500,000 or more and 846 yearlings for $100,000 or more

*The growth of Inglis auctions in 2021 was remarkable, with the gross at Classic (+23.5%) and Premier (+25.9%) in particular showing staggering growth on the 2020 renewals, despite a slight decrease in the number of lots offered.

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*Despite international - and at-times domestic - border closures and regular travel interruptions, the buying bench at Inglis sales came from every Australian State and Territory as well as the likes of Hong Kong, New Zealand, China, Japan, USA, Europe, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand etc in 2021.

To view the 2022 sale dates, CLICK HERE.

Inglis’ General Manager of Bloodstock Sales and Marketing Sebastian Hutch is already looking forward to the 2022 Yearling Sales Series.

“It has been a challenging 12 months in terms of the hurdles posed by the pandemic, but we were determined to put together the best markets that we possibly could at each of our sales and so it has been extremely satisfying seeing so many of our clients enjoy such wonderful results,’’ Hutch said.

“We pride ourselves on offering the highest standard of service across all of our sales and while the results this year have been fantastic, we are excited at the prospect of improving further in 2022.

“Breeders and vendors can have confidence in our settled sales structure, with auctions conducted in excellent facilities at Riverside and Oaklands which provide each and every horse a fair opportunity to showcase its quality.

“We work exceptionally hard right throughout the year to maintain existing relationships with buyers or develop new clients and it is reflected in the ratio of buyers to horses sold at each of our sales, which is unmatched.

“We are grateful for the opportunities afforded to us by breeders and vendors, which is not something we take lightly, hence our absolute determination to work to achieve the best results for all of our vendors.”

To discuss the sales placement of your yearlings for 2022, contact a member of the Inglis bloodstock team in Sydney on 02 9399 7999 or Melbourne on 03 9333 1422.

To view our 2022 Yearling Entries Brochure, CLICK HERE.

To enter your yearlings, CLICK HERE.

Entries close on Friday August 20.

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