Another 400 Plus Inglis Digital catalogue now open for bidding

Media Release - Friday May 20

G1 performers, Stakes winners and exciting up-and-coming turf stars are among a strong and diverse catalogue for the Inglis Digital May (Late) Online Sale, which is now open for bidding.

A total of 402 entries have been finalised for the sale including 148 broodmares, 90 racehorses, 67 race fillies, 39 weanlings, 29 yearlings and 29 shares.

To view the catalogue CLICK HERE.

Among the stars of the catalogue is the lightly raced Chris Waller-trained galloper Minsk Moment (I Am Invincible).

Minsk Moment is for sale.

The 3YO colt Minsk Moment (pictured) – himself a $575,000 yearling purchase – is an extremely promising young horse that has won three of his eight starts to date.

Raced by Coolmore and partners, he is already Group placed (behind Extreme Warrior and Profiteer in G3 Blue Sapphire) and has run commendable races behind the likes of Home Affairs in the G1 Coolmore Stud Stakes and twice behind Mazu earlier this year.

At his most recent outing last Saturday, Minsk Moment finished second behind G1 performer Ranch Hand at Eagle Farm and is well in the markets for next month’s G1 Stradbroke Hcp.


Saint Tropez (Not A Single Doubt) is another highlight entry, having raced in last weekend’s G1 South Australian Derby for trainer Lloyd Kennewell.

The 3YO colt is already a three-time winner and finished third behind eventual Derby victor Jungle Magnate in the G3 Chairman’s Stakes at Morphettville two starts ago.

Other May (Late) catalogue highlights include:

Ahhhh – Winning daughter of Lonhro, has already produced a Stakes placegetter from just three foals to race. Offered IF to in-demand stallion Hanseatic

Aramayo – Three-time Stakes winner in two countries, finished 2nd to Private Eye in last year’s G1 Epsom Hcp

Atonement – Stakes placed 4YO mare, a winner of three races and city performed, offered as a racing and breeding prospect

Bedford Square – Tavistock mare who was Group performed two starts ago at Rosehill behind Monegal in G3 Epona Stakes, is already a Sydney metropolitan winner

Kayobi – Lightly-raced Maurice 3YO, two starts for two seconds, has plenty of upside as a racing prospect

Santa Fe Rose – Per Incanto half sister to G1 winner Saint Emilion, undefeated in two race starts and offered as an exciting breeding prospect

Shoop – Unraced Zoustar half sister to G1 winners Abbey Marie and Absolutely, offered IF to Churchill

Tragic Moment – Proven producer with all 3 foals to race being winners including a Stakes winner, offered IF to hot stallion Shamus Award

Veloce Forte – High Chaparral half sister to G2 winner Gypsy Diamond, offered IF to Shamus Award

Zerelle – 3YO Snitzel filly, a three-time winner from 1300m-1600m who raced behind Anamoe, Captivant, Artorius etc in last year’s G1 Caulfield Guineas

There are weanlings by sires such as Toronado, Foxwedge, Invader, Pariah, Star Turn, Royal Meeting, Tassort etc and yearlings by the likes of Divine Prophet, Brave Smash, Merchant Navy, Pride of Dubai, Justify, Highland Reel, Exosphere, Puissance de Lune etc.

There are also offerings by the likes of Ciaron Maher Racing, Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott, Newgate, Coolmore, Yulong, Blue Gum Farm, Rosemont, Torryburn, Gilgai, Scenic Lodge etc.

Buyers who have purchased through Inglis Digital in recent times have been well rewarded for their investment.

The platform has produced 2286 Australian race wins for the season – this month alone to date there have been 138 wins for more than $2m in prizemoney.

A further success of the sale came via the Magic Millions National Weanling Sale today, with the top lot (Zoustar x Members Joy) selling for $750,000.

Members Joy sold to Shen You Holdings through Inglis Digital in June last year for $800,000.

The final countdown of bidding for the May (Late) Online Sale closes from midday Wednesday.

To participate in the auction, CLICK HERE.

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