Quality stock the safest bet at Inglis Australian Weanling Sale

Cloud of uncertainty hangs over first foal market of the year Vendors and speculators involved in the Inglis Australian Weanling Sale agree that horses deemed of quality will remain highly sought after, but the prevailing uncertainty ahead of the opening session has experienced stakeholders reluctant to make bold predictions about what will unfold once the... Read More

Online sales a great success story for Macau

In September 2014, the Macau Jockey Club introduced a brilliant new innovation with the launch of the first online horse auction by a Racing Club in Asia. In a unique arrangement with the vendors of premier two-year-old sales groups Magic Millions, Inglis and New Zealand Bloodstock, Macau buyers were able to bid for the horse... Read More

Treble for Headwater

New winners Treble for Headwater – The late season form of Vinery Stud’s first season sire Headwater (Exceed And Excel) continued when he sired his eighth, ninth and tenth winners. Winner number eight came when Gunnamatta (2 c ex Umaquest by Umatilla) built on his promising debut second by taking out an 1150-metre maiden at... Read More

All eyes on Inglis Australian Weanling Sale

With just a few weeks remaining of the 2019-20 Australian racing season, the top ten Australian-based sires on earnings have all surpassed the $10 million barrier and all but one – I Am Invincible (Invincible Spirit) – will be represented at the two-day Inglis Australian Weanling Sale, scheduled for tomorrow and Thursday. In some cases,... Read More

Aquis Farm to take up residence at Gooree Park 

New South Wales arm of breeding and racing empire undergoes significant restructure Aquis Farm, a three-state breeding and racing operation with an enormous bloodstock portfolio, which includes reigning Golden Slipper winner Farnan (Not A Single Doubt), has made the significant decision to relocate its NSW headquarters from the thoroughbred heartland of the Hunter Valley to... Read More

Ghaiyyath strikes in Eclipse as Enable goes down fighting

Flat queen Enable (Nathaniel) suffered her second consecutive defeat when she failed to reel in Godolphin’s Ghaiyyath (Dubawi) in yesterday’s Eclipse Stakes (Gr 1, 1m 2f) at Sandown. Heartbreakingly beaten when bidding for Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe (Gr 1, 2400m) history in October, Enable lost little in defeat, especially as her trainer John Gosden... Read More