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January 29, 2020

The last two Inglis Classic Yearling Sales have been highly successful for Fairview Park Stud, with their top lot last year being a Press Statement colt who sold for $270,000 and has since been named Spokesman, while their 2018 draft has already clocked up eight three year-old winners including the promising Hinchpin (Hinchinbrook), who was...

January 29, 2020

The stunning win of Edinburgh Park’s 2018 Classic graduate Rubisaki has filled Ian Smith with confidence that his 2020 offering will be well inspected by buyers looking for a quality thoroughbred at a realistic price. Rubisaki sold for $85k in 2018 at the Inglis Classic and with three wins and two seconds from her first...

January 29, 2020

It was only a few years ago that Bhima Thoroughbreds offered a filly by I Am Invincible at the Inglis Classic Yearling Sale, with the resulting yearling being Group One Myer Classic winner I Am A Star. Now the winner of 10 races and over $1.5 million, her resume boasts nine wins at Group level....

January 29, 2020

What an exciting and busy twelve months it has been for the Ferguson family, an 18 month search for the perfect new property suited to the expansion of their breeding and sales preparation business Bell River Thoroughbreds well rewarded in December 2018. Much research done, many kilometres covered but the second the Fergusons made their...

January 29, 2020

It seems a bit rich to say that Australia’s leading yearling vendor sells good horses for reasonable prices. After all, Arrowfield’s total 2019 sales for clients and the Stud exceeded $37 million and the Messara family-owned farm has sold a staggering 33 $1 million+ yearlings since 2013. They include Group 1 winners Estijaab, Mustaaqeem and...

January 29, 2020

What has been the hardest thing about the move back to Australia? To leave a wonderful team at Goffs UK and the friends we made over the past three years was gut wrenching, it was similar to when we moved to the UK in 2016. Whilst being a wonderful opportunity, challenge and adventure it doesn’t...

January 19, 2020

The proprietors of Woburn Farm Hannah Kettlety and Adrian Stanley are optimistic and excited about the upcoming New Zealand Bloodstock National Yearling Sales, following their success at the Ready to Run Sale last November. Woburn Farm sold the top selling lot at that sale, the Shamus Award (AUS) colt out of Exchanges (AUS), and that...

January 19, 2020

It would not be Karaka without Windsor Park, over decades one of New Zealand’s best known, most respected and most successful thoroughbred breeding operations represented by quality drafts. And 2020 is no different with Marketing Manager Michael Moran “very happy with the strength and quality of our yearlings.” “Especially exciting is the fact that we...

January 19, 2020

Presenting the first yearlings of a new sire is always an exciting time for a stud farm, and this year Westbury Stud are doubly excited as they present the first yearlings of Tarzino and Telperion. Tarzino was a champion three-year-old and Telperion (AUS) excelled at two years. Both horses have left horses in their mould...

January 19, 2020

For the last five years Waikato Stud has been the leading vendor at the New Zealand Bloodstock National Yearling Sale at Karaka and looking at the calibre of their impressive draft this year, a repeat could well be on the cards. Resident stallions Savabeel (AUS) and Ocean Park have had a fantastic spring and once...

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