Melbourne Gold Catalogue Now Available Online

Media Release - Monday February 25
Yearlings by the likes of Written Tycoon, Exceed and Excel, Zoustar, Brazen Beau, So You Think and Dundeel headline a strong catalogue for the 2019 Melbourne Gold Yearling Sale, which is now available online.

The Melbourne Gold Sale has produced some outstanding results in recent years, none better than the likes of Group 1 winner Malaguerra (cost $32k, has won $1.9m), Group 1-placed I'll Have A Bit (cost $48k, won $676k), Lyuba (cost $2k, has won $445k), Sirbible (cost $3.5k, won $326k) and Desert Lashes (cost $3k, has won $370k).

This year's catalogue of 241 yearlings is again filled with quality, with a wide range of proven and First Season Sires.

Of the catalogue, 115 yearlings are Super VOBIS nominated and 97 are BOBS eligible.

Leading vendor is Bowness Stud with 21 entries ahead of Blue Gum Farm (18), Golden Grove Stud (15) and Bucklee Farm (13).

The Melbourne Gold Yearling Sale will be held at Oaklands Junction on Sunday April 28 from 10am.

To view the catalogue, CLICK HERE.

Hard copies of the catalogue will be available within the next fortnight.

To order a catalogue email catalogue@inglis.com.auor contact our Melbourne reception on 03 9333 1422.


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