Mares in foal Proisir, Too Darn Hot, Anamoe Highlight Strong Inglis July (Early) Sale

Media Release - Friday July 5

A mare with one of the hottest current pedigrees in the Australian Stud Book – in foal to sire sensation Proisir – headlines a quality catalogue for the Inglis Digital July (Early) Online Sale.

Fast Summer Rock (Fastnet Rock) is a winning half-sister to recent G1 Stradbroke Hcp winner Stefi Magnetica and full sister to Group III winner Hellfest being a daughter of Group I Stradbroke Hcp winner Mid Summer Music.

Fast Summer Rock is in foal to Proisir.

She is being offered in foal to hugely popular stallion Proisir, the sire of recent G1 stars like Legarto, Prowess, Levante etc while Fastnet Rock is broodmare sire of 51 Stakes winners and eight G1 winners since the start of 2023 alone.

Fast Summer Rock is one of several well bred mares in the sale carrying exciting pregnancies.

Vain Queen (Artie Schiller) is a fast G3-winning and G1 placed sprinter, offered in foal to leading first season sire sensation Too Darn Hot, the highest earning first season sire in the past 10 years, higher than the likes of Zoustar, Extreme Choice and Justify.

Harmony Rose is in foal to Anamoe.

Harmony Rose is a Stakes winner and dual G1 placed mare offered in foal to nine-time G1-winning champion Anamoe while Godolphin has a draft of seven offerings including five race fillies and two broodmares, in foal to exciting young stallions Astern and Daumier.


Exciting Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott-trained filly Summer Loving (Exceed And Excel) is another star attraction in the catalogue.

A $425,000 yearling, Summer Loving is a fast, dual Stakes placed 3YO filly, a last-start winner who earlier in her career finished third to Skirt The Law and Platinum Jubilee in the Magic Millions 2YO Classic on the Gold Coast and was unlucky not to win the $1m Golden Gift at Rosehill on debut.

“Make no mistake, Summer Loving was one of the most naturally talented 2YOs in our stable last season,'' Bott said.

"She should have won the Golden Gift on debut but inexperience got the better of her and she finished full of running in the Magic Millions, which she would have gone very close to winning too had she had better luck through the race.

"We had the highest aspirations for her as a 3YO. We just never got to see the best of her, but she had phenomenal ability.”

In total the July (Early) catalogue of 332 lots includes 149 racehorses (81 race fillies), 126 broodmares, 37 racehorse shares, 10 yearlings, 9 weanlings and 1 unraced stock.

To view the catalogue CLICK HERE.

Other highlights include:

*Alotofbanter – Stakes placed 2YO, already a winner with Metropolitan form at three

*Choice Legend – Extreme Choice mare who has placed at Sydney Metro level, most recently raced behind I Found You who is $1.60 to make it 2 from 2 at Flemington tomorrow

*Duchess – 2YO winner and half sister to a Stakes winner, offered in foal to proven and popular stallion Blue Point

*Hoops – 4YO Stakes placed Tivaci mare with Metro ability

*Lassie – Unraced 3YO half sister to G2 winner Life Lessons, offered in foal to in-demand stallion Farnan

*Radiant Rouge – Sister to G3 winner Vibrant Rouge - the dam of G1 winner Vibrant Sun - her only foal to race is a winner

*Readycatgo – Half sister to three Stakes winners, offered in foal to Capitalist, already has a Zoustar colt to run for her

*Snuba – Lightly raced 3YO Deep Field filly with significant upside, started favourite on debut at Sydney Metro level and has been unlucky in both starts to date

*Special Diva – Stakes placed Snitzel mare, offered in foal to Pierata

*Spin Me A Kiss – American Stakes placed mare offered in foal to Toronado

*Tadgh – Unraced 2YO with significant upside, won a recent barrier trial by 5L

*Unclouded – Winning Frankel half sister to G1 performer Sunsets, offered in foal to Yes Yes Yes.

The catalogue also includes mares in foal to the likes of Alabama Express, Artorius, Jacquinot, Pierro, Tassort, The Autumn Sun, Zousain etc as well as weanlings and yearlings by stallions including Extreme Choice, Written Tycoon, Capitalist, Harry Angel, Spieth, Zousain etc.

As always the sale has been supported by the industry’s largest players such as Waterhouse/Bott Racing, Ciaron Maher, Lindsay Park, Annabel Neasham, Price/Kent Racing, Widden Stud, Alma Vale/Kitchwin, Busuttin Racing, First Light Racing, Kooringal Stud, Sheamus Mills, Watershed Farm, Morningside, Fairhill Farm, Kris Lees etc.

The final countdown of bidding for the July (Early) Sale will begin from 10am Wednesday.

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

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