What Are They Really Worth – Inglis Digital

Tara Madgwick - Tuesday January 18

The recent Inglis Digital January (early) online sale featured a significant clean out of geldings from the Chris Waller stable presenting a golden opportunity for other trainers to buy fully educated blue--bloods with plenty of racing still in them albeit not at a stakes level.

Captivare was the most expensive I Am Invincible colt sold in 2019.

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A $1.4million Inglis Easter purchase in 2019, four year-old I Am Invincible gelding Captivare was bought by Steven O’Dea Racing for $80,000 so will do his future racing in Brisbane. A lone win and seven placings from 15 starts has netted $75,000 and change, which he can no doubt improve on in easier grade.

A $1.1million Magic Millions purchase, three year-old Exceed and Excel gelding Wizard of Oz sold for $50,000 to Jack Colley, while $900,000 2020 Karaka sale-topper Postulate (Pierro) sold for $16,000 to Hiwi Lodge.

$500,000 Magic Millions purchase Rhythmboat (Exceed and Excel) was bought by Luke and Natalie Jarvis for $37,500, $500,000 Inglis Easter purchase Turgenev (I Am Invincible) was bought by D Templeton for $25,000 and $600,000 Inglis Easter purchase Zudin( Redoute’s Choice) was bought by Lauri Wray Racing for $42,500.

Click to see all the results from the latest Inglis Digital January (early) Online Sale.


 

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