Quality Racing Prospects Headline Inglis Digital catalogue

Media Release - Friday October 8

A particularly strong group of racehorses and racing prospects headline the catalogue for the Inglis Digital October (Early) Online Auction, which is now open for bidding.

A total of 187 lots have been finalised for the sale, including 122 racehorses (55 race fillies), 31 broodmares (8 FAFs), 10 yearlings and 23 racehorse shares.

Dio was a $1.1million Inglis Easter yearling purchase.

Some of the catalogue’s highlight lots include:

As I Do – Multiple-winning Casino Prince mare with a Toronado foal at foot

Breeding right in Kitchwin Hills’ promising young stallion Sooboog

Dolomites – Beautifully-bred daughter of Deep Impact from a family synonymous with sale ring and racetrack success

Dio (pictured) – Lightly-raced, Stakes placed brother to triple G1-winning champion Sunlight

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Nevershotthedeputy – Winning daughter of Written Tycoon and Miss Power Bird, from the family of Mosheen, Time For War, Lucky Owners etc

Overmann – Talented, lightly-raced Rosehill winner when easily defeating subsequent Stakes winner Volcanic Rock

Qeyaady – 3YO I Am Invincible colt that has won twice at Vic Metro level from just six career starts

Revolutionary Girl – Lightly-raced 4YO mare - and half sister to Stakes winner Warpath - who holds a booking to exciting young first season sire Ole Kirk

Saskatoon – Exciting Star Turn 3YO who won his only race start at Cranbourne last month for Hawkes Racing

Wutai Mountain – City-winning daughter of Commands with a filly from the first crop of Yes Yes Yes at foot.

There are also offerings from the likes of Anthony Freedman Racing, Aquis, Ballymore, Blue Gum Farm, Busuttin Racing, Chris Waller Racing, Ciaron Maher Racing, Coolmore, Ellerton Zahra, Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott, Gerald Ryan, Hawkes Racing, Lindsay Park, Mick Price and Michael Kent Jr, Malua Racing, Matthew Smith, OTI Racing, Ultra Thoroughbreds, Yulong etc.

The Inglis Digital platform continues to prove itself a windfall for buyers, with its graduates winning 518 races in Australia already this season, which is only 10 weeks old.

“Buyers know where to head when it comes to online sales in Australia because Inglis Digital continues to look after them with results, be it racetrack winners, successful broodmares or outstanding family upgrades,’’ Inglis Digital’s Nick Melmeth said.

“This catalogue again provides such a vast array of offerings and hopefully there will be more great stories like those generated in recent weeks by the likes of Inglis Digital graduates such as Callsign Mav, Ashman, Curran and Gundec.’’

The final countdown of bidding in the October (Early) Online Auction begins from midday on Wednesday.

To participate in the sale or to view the catalogue, CLICK HERE.

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