Inglis Digital Bargain Produces Massive Pinhook Win

Tara Madgwick - Wednesday January 12

Newgate Farm’s fertility hampered sire Menari delivered the best pinhook result of the first session at Magic Millions on Tuesday with an astonishing sale for his colt from Fadetta (USA)  that made $350,000 for Willow Park when snapped up by Bahen Bloodstock.

$350,000 yearling by Menari from Fadetta

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He was sourced from the Inglis Digital June (early) Online Sale for $22,500 and the ad for him features the priceless comment…  is a good Pin Hooking Prospect!

 

$22,500 weanling purchase from Inglis Digital, click to see his page.

The colt is the second foal of wll bred import Fadetta, who was purchased by Avesta Bloodstock last year at the Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale for $150,000 when in foal to Extreme Choice. She produced a colt from that mating and was then covered by Bivouac.  

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