Sales News


The date of Inglis’ Great Southern Sale is expected to help drive demand for weanlings over the next two days, but the selectivity that is increasingly evident in the bloodstock market is predicted to remain at Oaklands Junction. More than $35 million has been spent on foals so far year – firstly the Inglis Australian... Read More


Darley’s star shuttler Too Darn Hot set to be in strong demand at Inglis’ Great Southern Sale As the name suggests, there are few stallions burning brighter at present than Darley’s star shuttler Too Darn Hot (Dubawi), and he is set to be in strong demand at the Inglis Great Southern Sale in Melbourne this... Read More

Share in Zoustar for sale in rare opportunity for commercial breeders 

A share in champion Australian stallion Zoustar (Northern Meteor) will be offered in the Inglis Digital June (Early) Online Sale. The Zoustar share is an exceptionally rare offering, demonstrated by the fact it is the first time that equity in the Widden Stud resident sire has been made available for public auction. Zoustar is already... Read More

Cambridge Stud to offer 22 lots on Gavelhouse

A 22-strong offering from Cambridge Stud feature among the latest fortnightly auction on with the famous nursery giving buyers access to 11 weanlings, two yearlings and nine broodmares. “We’ve used quite a few times to sell mares in the past, and we’ve noticed that the online market is gaining more and more traction,”... Read More

Woppitt to part with Sweet Embrace winner Lazzago

Last season’s Sweet Embrace Stakes (Gr 2, 1200m) winning filly Lazzago (Capitalist) will be offered for sale on the next Inglis Digital online auction. Trained by Chris Waller for the Kepitis’s Woppitt Bloodstock, Lazzago won her first start in December of her two-year-old season prior to finishing fourth in the Inglis Millennium (RL, 1100m).  She... Read More

Ridgmont out to kick a goal with Annavisto

Earlier, high-class sprinter-miler Annavisto (Reliable Man) was purchased by Ridgmont Farm for $850,000 and the stud’s agent Jim Clarke hopes the multiple stakes winner remains at the Hunter Valley property for the next two decades. Sold in-foal to Swettenham Stud’s banner stallion Toronado (High Chaparral) for $850,000, the former Mick Price and Mick Kent Jnr-trained... Read More