Fierce Competition for Waller Quartet on Inglis Digital

Tara Madgwick - Monday May 9

The Inglis Digital May (early) Sale features four quality racehorses all capable of winning future stakes races from the Chris Waller stable and with bidding to conclude tomorrow the state of play looks like this.

Coastwatch is the front runner priced at $188,000, followed by O’President on $155,000, Cape Breton on $120,000 and Starman on $110,000.

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Both sons of champion sire Fastnet Rock, O’President was second last Saturday in the $500,000 The Coast beaten a long neck, while Coastwatch was fourth in the Group II Queensland Guineas.

O'President is in top form and ready to win! - image Steve Hart

Cape Breton was fifth in the Group II Queensland Guineas following a fourth in the Listed Daybreak Lover, while Starman was last seen in a barrier trial on April 29 splitting O’President and Home Affairs.

 

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