Timing Is Everything for Inglis Online Auction

Breednet - Friday April 20
Well related More Than Ready colt World Force made a timely debut on Friday, winning the Star Kingdom 2YO Handicap at Muswellbrook.

World ForceA full brother to Listed Canonbury Stakes winner and Group 1 placed 2YO Raceway, World Force's victory came just 30 minutes before bidding opened for the Inglis Digital April Online Auction.

Currently trained by Peter and Paul Snowden, the son of Flying Spur mare Claws, is being offered for unreserved sale.

He's one of the highlights among the 143 entries in this month's Online Auction and one of 81 lots offered unreserved.

Lindsay Park Racing are offering five tried racehorses, including 4YO gelding Valliano (Lot 12), who ran second last night at Pakenham over 1200m.

Vendors include Ballymore Stables, Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott, Widden Stud, Vinery Stud, Rheinwood Pastoral, Three Bridges Thoroughbreds, Wattle Brae Stud, Blue Gum Farm, Sledmere Stud, Think Big Stud, Triple Crown Syndications and Segenhoe Stud.

The April Online Auctionwill close a day later than usual, due to ANZAC Day. The 'final countdown' of bidding will commence at 5pm, Thursday April 26.

You can register to bid HERE.

Inglis Digital can confirm that two Glenlogan Park stallions, Jet Spur and Real Saga, will now be offered in the May Online Sale which opens on May 25.
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