G1 producer Parmalove the star attraction of May (Early) Sale

Media Release - Friday May 10

Parmalove, the dam of this season’s NZ Champion 2YO-in-waiting Velocious and a late withdrawal from The Chairman’s Sale due to a minor cut prior to travelling to Sydney, is the standout entry in another ‘full’ Inglis Digital Online Sale.

Just as the April (Late) Sale was, the May (Early) Sale has been capped, this time at 554 entries, ensuring buyers have an incredible range of prospective purchases.

G1 producer Parmalove is in the latest Inglis Digital sale.

Parmalove is being offered in foal to leading young sire Satono Aladdin, whose dual G1-winning daughter Pennyweka realised $1.6m at The Chairman’s Sale on Thursday night.

The 11YO mare suffered a minor cut to a leg when boarding the plane from New Zealand to Sydney earlier this week, where she was set to be a star offering in last night’s Chairman’s Sale.

As a precautionary measure, her connections opted to withdraw her from the Chairman’s Sale to ensure they were able to treat the minor wound adequately, with the intention of using the Inglis Digital platform to offer her instead.

Parmalove (pictured) is available for inspection at Inglewood Stud in New Zealand.

If buyers are unable to get there to inspect her, contact Inglewood’s Gus Wigley on +64 21 741 233 for any queries or inspection notes.


Parmalove is one of many highlights in the May (Early) Sale which also includes a 38-strong draft by Yulong - which includes weanlings, broodmares, race fillies, racehorses and a yearling - as well as 12 Godolphin racehorses including twice Group placed 4YO Dubai Poet, the lightly raced Lonhro 3YO Balkans and the dual hemisphere performer Legend Of Dubai.

Margaret’s Banter is another intriguing entrant; the broodmare is carrying a 7/8 sibling-in-blood to the high class G1-winning colt Veight.

There is also a seven-horse reduction for Highgrove Stud featuring Stakes producers, Stakes performers and well-related mares in foal to the likes of Stay Inside, Bivouac, Captivant, In The Congo and North Pacific.

In total the Inglis Digital May (Early) catalogue of 554 entries is made up of 216 racehorses (87 race fillies), 197 broodmares, 54 weanlings, 47 yearlings, 39 racehorse shares and 1 unbroken stock.

To view the catalogue CLICK HERE.

Other highlights include:

*Amanpour – G1 winner offered in foal to Starspangledbanner, her yearlings have realised up to $1m

*Diabelli – Consistent last-start Fastnet Rock-winning 3YO, has placed at eight of his past 10 starts

*Global Dream – Well related and proven producer, offered IF to in-demand stallion Stay Inside

*Global Thinking – Stakes winner whose yearlings have realised up to $180,000, offered IF to popular sire Too Darn Hot

*How’s The Serenity – Dual Stakes winner, has raced behind Imperatriz, Chain of Lightning, Passive Aggressive etc at past few starts

*Moonset – Half sister to a G1 winner, offered IF to exciting young stallion Profondo and with an Almanzor filly foal at foot

*Solvency – Winning half sister to G2 winner and G1 placed Skybird, who is set to run in tomorrow’s G1 Goodwood Hcp at Morphettville

*Stravain – Half sister to promising G1 placed HK galloper Mugen, offered IF to champion sire Pierro

*Two separate stallion shares in up-and-coming sire Portland Sky

*Wymark – 5% share in the recent G2 Tulloch Stakes winner who is a potential Caulfield Cup horse

There are mares in foal to a huge range of young and proven stallions like Alabama Express, Artorius, Bivouac, Capitalist, Diatonic, Grunt, Hanseatic, Hitotsu, In The Congo, North Pacific, Pierro, Pride Of Dubai, Satono Aladdin, Shamus Award, So You Think, Stay Inside, Street Boss, Too Darn Hot, Toronado, Wild Ruler, Zousain etc.

The catalogue also contains yearlings and weanlings by the likes of Acrobat, Almanzor, Anders, Cosmic Force, Deep Field, Harry Angel, Hellbent, Ole Kirk, Pierata, Playing God, Russian Revolution, Shamus Award, Tassort, The Autumn Sun, Written Tycoon etc.

As well as Yulong and Godolphin, the May (Early) Sale has been well supported by large drafts from leading industry players including Widden Stud (20 entries), Mogumber Park (17), Rosemont (14), Blue Gum Farm (13), Ciaron Maher Racing (11), Coolmore (10) etc.

The final countdown of bidding for the Inglis Digital May (Early) Online Sale begins from 10am Wednesday.

To view the catalogue, arrange credit or participate in the auction CLICK HERE.

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