One of the strongest ever Inglis Digital sales now open for bidding

Media Release - Friday June 7

A catalogue of 443 lots has been finalised for the Inglis Digital June (Early) Sale, one of the strongest in the history of the platform.

As announced earlier this week, one of the standout entries is a share in Champion sire Zoustar, an exceptionally rare offering demonstrated by the fact it is the first time that equity in the Widden Stud resident sire has been made available for public auction.

G2 winner Lazzago is a highlight lot - image Steve Hart

There are also previously announced entries including G2-winning 2YO filly and one of the best juveniles of her generation Lazzago, well-bred G3 placed mare Swift Sweet, winning daughter of the champion Calveen in Perfect Gem (offered IF to Too Darn Hot), Langmore – a half sister to G1 winner and $2m broodmare Ruthless Dame – and Dalchini, a multiple G3 placed filly with a Danehill-free pedigree.

Godolphin has again chosen Inglis Digital to offer seven race fillies and mares including last start-winning 3YO fillies Abstruse and Cinque Terre and Metropolitan performer Simplicity.

Godolphin drafts on Inglis Digital historically prove fruitful for buyers, including Tactless, a $10,000 purchase when sold carrying subsequent G2 winner and tomorrow’s G1 Queensland Oaks favourite Scarlet Oak.

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A share in exciting young stallion Royal Meeting – sire of G1 Blue Diamond winner Hayasugi (pictured) in his first crop – is sure to garner buyers’ attention in this sale, as is a 5% share in dual G3-winning Melbourne Cup contender Muramasa.

In total the June (Early) catalogue of 443 consists of 169 racehorses (82 race fillies), 151 broodmares, 50 racehorse shares, 34 weanlings, 31 yearlings, 6 stallion shares, 1 breeding right and 1 stallion.

To view the catalogue – which is now available online - CLICK HERE.

Other highlights include:

Andalus – Runner-up in the G1 New Zealand Derby of 2023, narrowly beaten by four-time G1 winner Sharp ‘N’ Smart. An Australian winner in the Spring, he is being offered as a racing prospect

Celebrity Dame – Unraced half sister to G1 Oakleigh Plate winner Celebrity Queen from a top-class family developed by Bob & Sandra Peters

Dinnigan – G3 placed sprinter and Stakes placed 2YO by Snitzel who is out of a half sister to the dam of G1 Golden Slipper winner Stay Inside

Hiyaam Proud – 35% share in the exciting 3YO, who is a winner of two of three starts for Matt Laurie and looks an exciting prospect for next season

Impending Link – Four-time winner, including two of his past three starts from just 14 outings, with earnings in excess of $100,000

Lakerball – Multiple US Stakes winner from an outcross family, carrying a maiden cover to top-class sire Pierro

Rockaroo – Winning daughter of Fastnet Rock carrying a valuable pregnancy to outstanding young stallion Too Darn Hot

Summer Success – Savabeel half sister to high-class mare Promise Of Success in foal to exciting young stallion Farnan

Toregene – Four-time winner of over $450,000, runner-up in the G3 Mannerism (behind G1 winner Espiona) and the G3 Summoned Stakes

Truly Gifted – Dundeel sister to G1 winner Truly Great and Stakes winner Truly Inspired from a Danehill-free family carefully cultivated by Bob & Sandra Peters.

The catalogue also includes mares in foal to the likes of Alabama Express, Artorius, Hitotsu, Home Affairs, St Mark’s Basilica, Stronger, Supido, Tassort, Trapeze Artist, Zousain etc.

Amongst the yearlings catalogued are the progeny of Capitalist, Dundeel, Ghaiyyath, Hanseatic, Maurice, Pierata, Playing God, Spirit Of Boom, Tassort, The Autumn Sun, Wootton Bassett and Zoustar.

The weanling category includes the progeny of Acrobat, Palace Pier, Pierro, Pride Of Dubai, Profiteer, Street Boss, Written Tycoon etc.

Inglis Digital graduates continue to shine on the track. In recent weeks alone Just Folk has won the G3 Lord Mayor’s Cup and G2 Hawkesbury Cup, Western Empire the G3 Northam Sprint and G3 Belmont Sprint, Boognish the G3 Proud Miss Stakes and Aureus Angel the Listed Bright Shadow.

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

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

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