Everest Sale Mail- Where Were the Runners in Australia’s Richest Race Sourced?

Tara Madgwick - Thursday October 14

Australian investors have been very active in the past two weeks at the UK’s premier yearling sales Tattersalls October Book 1 and 2 reflecting a growing sentiment that it’s getting harder to find yearlings in this country with pedigree suggesting scope to run a mile and beyond, but if you’re in the market for a sprinter Australian sales are awash with opportunity.

Nine of the 12 runners in the $15million The Everest were offered for sale as yearlings with the only contestants not going through a sale being Godolphin runner Trekking (Street Cry (IRE), Gerry Harvey’s homebred mare Libertini (I Am Invincible) and Jane Kaufmann’s remarkable homebred sprinter Eduardo (Host (Chil).

Classique Legend topped the 2017 Inglis Classic  Yearling Sale when fetching $400,000.
Nature Strip (Nicconi) was passed in at Inglis Premier shy of his $120,000 reserve, while Classique Legend (Not a Single Doubt) was the star of the show at the 2017 Inglis Classic Yearling Sale when selling for $400,000 to Carmel Size to top the sale. He was bred and sold by Tyreel Stud.

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Gytrash was a pinhook that went wrong bought as a weanling at Inglis Great Southern for $70,000 before being bought by his trainer Gordon Richards for $40,000 at Inglis Premier from the Maluka Thoroughbreds draft.

Masked Crusader sold for $340,000 at Inglis Premier and was the most expensive first crop yearling for his sire.

Bred and sold by Gilgai Farm, Masked Crusader (Toronado (IRE)  was a sale ring winner purchased for $340,000 at Inglis Premier by Hawkes Racing / Cameron Cooke Bloodstock making him the most expensive yearling for his sire from his first crop.

Wild Ruler was a $525,000 Inglis Easter purchase for stallion makers China Horse Club / Newgate Bloodstock / WinStar.

Wild Ruler (Snitzel) was bought by heavy hitting stallion investment partnership China Horse Club / Newgate Bloodstock / WinStar for $525,000 at Inglis Easter and has proven a great investment. He was bred and sold by Kia Ora Stud.

The Inferno (Holy Roman Emperor (IRE) was a pinhook winner, bred by Westbury Stud he made $10,000 at the Magic Millions National Weanling Sale and then $140,000 when bought by his trainer Cliff Brown from Karaka Book 1.

Another Inglis Easter graduate is Embracer (Sebring), who was bred by B2B Bloodstock and partners and offered for sale by Widden Stud with Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott securing him for $280,000

Lost and Running (NZ) (Per Incanto (USA) is the lone Kiwi bred in the field, but he was bought as a yearling in Australia with his trainer John O’Shea snapping him up for $40,000 from the Blandford Lodge draft at Inglis Premier.

Home Affairs was bred and sold by Torryburn Stud and is the most expensive Everest runner.

Home Affairs (I Am Invincible) is the most expensive runner and was bred and sold by Torryburn Stud. He purchased by Tom Magnier for $875,000 at Inglis Easter.

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