People at Premier - Friday

Breednet - Friday February 25

Things are flat out at Oaklands Junction for the Inglis Premier Yearling Sale inspections and Maree McEwan has been out speaking to some of the major players.

 

Tim Jackson from Noor Elaine Farm who are back at Premier this year with a select draft.

 

Harry McAlpine from Eureka Stud on sharing the Encryptions around the country.

 

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Ian Smith from Edinburgh Park Stud has been very busy.

 

 

Matt Scown from Yarraman Park with four colts - four fillies.

 

 

Ollie Tait from Twin Hills Stud, another busy man and getting the feel of another successful sale.

 

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