Quality mares headline November (Late) Online Sale

Media Release - Friday November 19

Pregnant mares and high quality breeding prospects highlight another strong catalogue for the Inglis Digital November (Late) Online Auction.

Several mares will be offered in foal to brilliant Not a Single Doubt sprinter Anders.

Two Bays Farm will offer the proven Stakes producer Loading Zone (dam of dual G3 winner Military Zone) in foal to Anders, while Widden has entered well-bred young mare Discerned (Zoustar), pictured, also in foal to Anders.

Also joining that pair are mares in foal to other exciting first season stallions like North Pacific, Hanseatic, Dirty Work and Russian Camelot.

These pregnant mares form part of the November (Late) catalogue that has seen 172 entries lotted which includes 112 racehorses (49 race fillies), 34 broodmares (11 in foal), 9 yearlings and 13 racehorse shares.

Other catalogue highlights include:

*Foals at foot by stallions such as Headwater, Kiss And Make Up, Magna Grecia, Press Statement, Puissance de Lune, Rich Enuff, Showtime and Spieth

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*Indigo Blue – Stakes placed Blackfriars mare who won in Western Australia two starts ago, offered as a racing and breeding prospect

*La Patron – Fast Street Boss mare in foal to the fully-booked leading Australian Second Season Sire Maurice. Her 2020 weanling by Deep Field sold for $100,000

*Meriden Flash – undefeated 4YO from the Toby and Trent Edmonds stable

*Mystique Falcon – City-winning, Stakes placed Pride Of Dubai mare. A $220,000 yearling herself, she is a half sister to two Stakes performers

*Petite – A half sister to two Stakes performers, Petite is a winning Reset mare in foal to G1 winner Russian Camelot

*Spurcific – Stakes placed mare from the family of Impending and Lyre, carrying a 45-day positive to promising young sire Impending

*Surekat – winning daughter of a Stakes winner by Not A Single Doubt in foal to first season stallion Hanseatic

*Streamline Pearl – Daughter of Pierro from the family of Captivant in foal to first season stallion Dirty Work

*Two entries from Bon Ho’s Legend Racing, who sold Joyous Legend and Sunday Legend through Inglis Digital in October

There are also entries from the likes of Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott, Hawkes Racing, Matt Dunn, Mick Price and Michael Kent Jr, Newgate, Widden etc.

The G1-producing mare Alcatraz, the dam of $1m earner Kubrick and in foal to top-class sire Deep Field, was initially entered for the sale but has instead been transferred to the December Online Auction.

The Inglis Digital platform continues to prove itself as easily the leader in the digital Bloodstock sales market.

This season alone purchases off the platform have won more than 850 races in Australia.

One of those graduates is Massimo, who will line up in tomorrow’s G1 Railway Stakes at Ascot as a $14 third favourite with TAB.

A last-start winner of the G2 Lee Steere Stakes in Perth, Massimo is a $150,000 online buy for his trainers Chris and Michael Gangemi in June this year.

He has raced three times since for a win and two seconds and almost $200,000 in earnings.

Massimo is one of countless Inglis Digital success stories, of which many more will no doubt come out of the November (Late) auction.

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

The final countdown of bidding closes from midday Wednesday, November 24.

 

 

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