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Riversdale Farm

Vendors of Gr1 winner Nettoyer and Samadoubt in their previous Inglis drafts, Riversdale Farm recently purchased Ashleigh to expand their operation and the two farms have teamed up for a combined draft at the 2023 Inglis Classic Yearling Sale. It’s not the first time Nick and Jas Hodges of Riversdale Farm have worked with Senga…

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Kingstar Farm

Kingstar Farm’s rapid rise in the breeding game is reflected in their current crop of yearlings, led by their precocious first season sire Unite and Conquer. Unite and Conquer was first seen at the races as an October two year-old winning the Listed Maribyrnong Trial Stakes on debut, a win that he followed up with…

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Fairview Park

The Inglis Classic has long been a favourite of Linda Duckworth and Heather McKinnon who operate the picturesque Grose Wold based farm. “The Classic has always been a very realistic sale, where professional breeders and buyers can do business without having to think in millions. If you present the right product there’s a strong buying…

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Bowness Stud

The exploits of bona fide Gr1 winners Trapeze Artist, Youngstar, Funstar and Media Award are frequently used to illustrate the level of success Bowness Stud graduates have achieved in recent seasons, but maybe the feats of a very modest purchase subsequently raced as Another One are more appropriate when discussing the potential of the outfit’s…

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Lot 1 at Inglis Classic 2023 happens to be a first-crop yearling by Castelvecchio. It’s apt because he is himself a star graduate of the Sale, bought for $150,000 from Arrowfield’s 2018 draft by Ottavio and Wendy Galletta. Castelvecchio exploded onto the Sydney racing scene one evening in January 2019 with the kind of debut…

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