Inglis 2022 Preview Magazine NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE

Media Release - Thursday November 25

The chance to ‘Buy Better with Inglis’ is now only 73 days away as the countdown to the 2022 Yearling Sales Series continues with the launch of the annual Preview Magazine.

Available online now, the 136-page coffee-table style magazine showcases the best of what is on offer through the select Inglis Yearling Sales in 2022.

With the Classic Sale catalogue already available, a Premier Sale that is set to include top-class drafts from the likes of Blue Gum Farm, Gilgai Farm and Longwood Thoroughbred Farm amongst others and Easter again set to showcase the very best yearlings that Australasia has to offer, next year is shaping as one of the most exciting in the company’s 155-year history.

Each auction will provide buyers with countless opportunities to Buy Better, something that has served them well over the past four years especially.

Since 2018, Inglis sales have produced more G1 winners, more winners of the $1m+ races, more winners of Australian Group races, more G1-winning 2YOs/3YOs, more G1-winning colts, more G1-winning fillies or mares, more valuable stallion prospects and more international G1 winners, than its nearest Australian rival.

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Inglis Bloodstock CEO Sebastian Hutch said: “2021 has been an incredible year for Inglis and for racing in Australasia and this wonderful magazine reflects on the year that was, while also showcasing why there is so much to look forward to in 2022.

“It also gives buyers a preview into the extraordinary quality that will be on offer at our 2022 Yearling Sales, especially the Easter Sale, the catalogue for which will be finalised and released in January.

“We are delighted to continue to receive such strong support from our corporate partners, particularly Tabcorp, Sky, Bentley, Theault, Encore Corporate Cars and Ariat.

“As always, we are so thankful to the clients and friends who have been kind enough to contribute to the magazine and I strongly recommend getting yourself a copy to see just how you can buy better with Inglis in 2022.’’

Leading industry journalists including Andrew Rule, Michael Felgate, Chris Roots, Richard Edmunds, Bruce Clarke, Tim Rowe, Bren O’Brien, Caroline Searcy, Jess Owers, Glen Latham, Dave Murray etc have contributed to the editorial in this year’s magazine.

Stories include features on Coolmore’s Tom Magnier, rising star trainer Annabel Neasham, Champion Victorian jockey Jamie Kah, leading breeder Robert Crabtree, New Zealand enthusiast Lib Petagna as well as in-depth reads on the rehoming of thoroughbreds, the importance of the education process, the strength of Australian racing, a unique look at some first season sires through the eyes of sectional times expert Vince Accardi plus a look back at some of the more memorable results from 2021.

There is also a selection of pedigrees of yearlings confirmed for the 2022 Easter Sale, which is shaping as one of the most impressive collections of yearlings in the recent history of the sale.

To view the Inglis 2022 Sales Season Preview Magazine, CLICK HERE.

To request a copy of the magazine, which will be available within a fortnight, email catalogue@inglis.com.au or call Inglis’ Sydney office on +61 2 9399 7999.

 

 

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