First Season Winners at the Inglis Australian Weanling Sale – Day 2

Tara Madgwick - Thursday May 5

The second day of the Inglis Australian Weanling Sale produced some great results for our new group of first season sires, so let’s take a look at some of the highlights for sires that had sales of youngsters for $100,000 or more.

Magna Grecia (IRE)

Coolmore shuttler Magna Grecia (IRE) had the best result on Thursday with a colt from unraced Zabeel mare Slippers fetching $150,000 when secured by great judge Suman Hedge.

$150,000 Magna Grecia colt from Slippers

A dual Group I winning half-brother to 2021 Horse of the Year St Mark’s Basilica, Magna Grecia is headead back to Australia this spring at a fee of $19,250, while his famous younger sibling is also on the roster at $44,000.

So You Think’s dashing grey Group I winning son D’Argento has been popular at Bowness Stud and made his mark with a colt from She’s a Storm making $120,000 for Bowness when bought by Jorshan Investments Pty Ltd.

$120,000 D'Argento colt from She's a Storm

Coolmore based Everest hero Yes Yes Yes had another weanling sell for seven figures with the Fairhill Farm consigned colt from Shudabeen selling for $100,000 to Trilogy Racing.

$100,000 Yes Yes Yes colt from Shudabeen

Aquis Farm’s Pierata had another seven figure weanling with the Rheinwood Pastoral consigned colt from Talented Miss selling for $100,000 to savvy pinhooking partnership Redwall Syndicate.

$100,000 Pierata colt from Talented Miss.

 

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