Born in the very first crop of foals sired by Redoute’s Choice, Not a Single Doubt managed a couple of modest Listed wins before ...
The Inglis Australian Weanling Sale this week provided the first test of the market for a new generation of first season sires, and seven ...
The most expensive colt ever sold at the Australian Weanling Sale topped today’s Day 1 action at Riverside as buyers’ thirst for quality young stock reached new heights.
Inglis Digital on Wednesday hosted its April (Late) Online Sale with a bumper, record-setting catalogue of 669 entries. By close of trade, the session topper was Lot 510, the 11-year-old mare Electric Charge (Charge Forward), who sold to Trilogy Racing for $360,000.
Kia Ora Stud, long renowned for producing high quality bloodstock, moves into an exciting new chapter this season with the arrival of the first foals by G1 Champagne Stakes winner Captivant and the highly anticipated sales ring debut of the first crop of weanlings from Farnan and Prague.
The 2023 Inglis Australian Weanling Sale will see a number of young sires represented, including Kia Ora's Farnan and Prague. TDN AusNZ sat down with Bloodstock and Breeding Manager Shane Wright to discuss the two young-guns.
Shrewd investment in quality imported mares with prized international bloodlines and careful cultivation of the best Australasian female families is achieving the desired goal of Group I glory for Kia Ora Stud and their clients.
The VRC Oaks runner-up Pavitra will take her place in the Group 1 Vinery Stud Stakes after proving a class above in the Group III Peroni Kembla Grange Classic (1600m) at Kembla Grange on Friday.