Frankel cover and Godolphin draft highlight Inglis Digital June (Late) Online Sale

Media Release - Friday June 21

A Stakes placed mare in foal to the world’s best stallion Frankel is one of many appealing entries in the Inglis Digital June (Late) Online Sale, which is now open for bidding.

Luna Dorada (Golden Horn) is a lightly raced 4YO mare who was a winner on debut as a 2YO before running 3rd at black type level at just her third start.

Frankel

She is offered in foal to Champion stallion Frankel, whose progeny continue to excel both in the sales ring and on the racetrack.

Frankel is the sire of 25.8% black-type horses/runners from his southern hemisphere crops, including the likes of Converge, Hungry Heart, Miss Fabulass, Argentia, My Whisper etc.

Luna Dorada is one of many enticing breeding prospects being offered in the June (Late) Sale as the Southern Hemisphere breeding season nears.

11YO mare Thorsborne (Hinchinbrook) is the dam of recent G1-winning Hong Kong sprinter Invincible Sage, who was victorious in the prestigious Chairman’s Sprint Prize at Sha Tin, a race won by the likes of Chautauqua, Sacred Kingdom, Silent Witness, Lucky Sweynesse, Wellington, Beat The Clock etc.

Fabergino (Maschino) is a six-time Stakes winning sprinter – and finished 4th behind Nature Strip in the G1 Oakleigh Plate – being offered in foal to exciting young stallion Too Darn Hot.

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Too Darn Hot had yearlings sell up to $1.9m in 2024 and is the sire of first crop G1 winners in both hemispheres, led by Godolphin’s multiple G1-winning 2YO superstar Broadsiding.

There is also a Godolphin draft of five race fillies and two broodmares.

Previous Godolphin drafts have included Tactless – carrying G2 winner Scarlet Oak – and Alegron, a $40,000 buy for Bjorn Baker who won last weekend’s G2 Brisbane Cup and has earned $270,000 for Baker and his new connections.

In total the June (Late) catalogue of 402 lots consists of 150 racehorses (75 race fillies), 135 broodmares, 64 racehorse shares, 37 weanlings, 13 yearlings and three unbroken stock.

To view the catalogue CLICK HERE.

Other highlights include:

Birdies Galore – Dual Stakes placed mare at two and three

Deep Joy – Deep Field 2YO filly who won on debut then contested the $500,000 Inglis Nursery and comes with plenty of racing upside

Divine Glory – Pre-Christmas 2YO winner who also placed at G3 level in the Gimcrack Stakes at two behind $3.5m mare Platinum Jubilee

Forreel – Half sister to leading sire Dundeel, offered in foal to popular young stallion Too Darn Hot

Hell I Am – Stakes placed and multiple Metro winner among his four victories to date, has significant upside

Namesake – 10% share in this Stakes-winning 2YO who was also beaten less than 2L to Ozzmosis as a 3YO

Nicola – Half sister to G1 winner Overpass, offered in foal to Yes Yes Yes

Oistrach – Unraced $1.4m yearling, this 3YO is a half brother to G1 winner and young stallion Artorius and is already a Metro trial winner

Pouting Lips – Stakes placed 2YO, is a half sister to a Stakes horse and is offered in foal to Golden Slipper winner Stay Inside

Prairie Flower – Stakes placed as a 2YO, has already won over $300,000 in prizemoney

Runaway Belle – Stakes-placed as a 2YO and closely related to top-class filly In Secret

Satisfied – Three-quarter sister to G1 winner and Golden Slipper-producing winner Response, offered in foal to Cool Aza Beel.

Super Chilled – Stakes-placed, Metro-winning daughter of Churchill from a quality international family

There are also yearlings and weanlings by stallions including Anders, Better Than Ready, Capitalist, Fastnet Rock, Home Affairs, King’s Legacy, Magna Grecia, Ole Kirk, Pierro, Shamus Award etc and mares in foal on covers to the likes of Acrobat, Alabama Express, All Too Hard, Harry Angel, Lucky Vega, Microphone, Rubick, Supido, Written By etc.

The June (Late) Sale has again been supported by many of the industry’s leading players including Ciaron Maher, Arrowfield, Blue Gum Farm, Busuttin Racing, Waterhouse/Bott Racing, Coolmore, Annabel Neasham, Regal Thoroughbreds, Corumbene Stud, Kavanagh Racing etc.

The final countdown of bidding for the June (Late) Sale begins from 10am Wednesday.

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

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