Inglis has released its largest catalog of Presidential Sales in five years, and management at the auction house is confident the sale is of consistent quality.
Elite level mares to be put into the premium breed have been trickled into the market in recent months but it was not until last night that Inglis confirmed the company’s 100 Lot list for the night of the company’s festival. company in Riverside, to be held on May 4.
Along with the entries of group 1 that have been announced Montefilia, ice bath, Nimalee AUS), Charming Girland the group is ranked 1 That swat, the 2023 catalog also includes; 72 Lots are piling horses or pile manufacturers; 43 mares with first or second pregnancy; 89 entries ten years of age or younger; 32 fillings or mares completely free of Danehill; Mares in pony to pony like Frankel , gunman , I am invincible , Snitzel , Extreme choice, Zoustar And Wootton Bassett , And; Reproductive rights in Swettenham Stud tornado .
The 2022 sale had 93 horses cataloged (100 after wildcards added) compared to 60, 55 and 53 original lots cataloged in the previous three years, respectively.
The Golden Slipper (G1) offers another reminder of the quality of mares offered through the President of Sales when the foal is worth it. Shinzō Win the race for the richest teenager in the world. Coolmore, the biggest buyer since the start, bought the pony’s dam Samaredy in utero for AU$1.8 million in 2020.
Northern Hemisphere Hybrid (G1) Cox Plate Winner resting state Breeding rights in the Southern Hemisphere, held by Newgate Farm and its large group of partners, will also create demand for mares.
“It looks like there are some pretty interesting first season broods who seem to have gotten off to a really good start,” said Hutch.
“Justify, Trapeze Artist, The Autumn Sun, Brave Smash, Grunt, Written By, and Harry Angel, they all seem to have bred at least one important horse, and Anamoe will be an important retiree important and also several other horses interesting potential retirees… so they will all contribute to the market.
“Then you take a stallion like Proisir, and anyone involved in Proisir might want to upgrade the mares they’ve raised over the last few years because, based on the evidence of the last few months, Here, he’ll deserve better mares.
“I think the traditional factors driving people in the shrimp hatchery market will be the same in 2023 as any other year.”
Moved to Thursday, May 4, instead of the traditional Friday night time slot, the President’s Sale will begin at 4:30pm at the Inglis’ Riverside Stables complex in Sydney.
“We want to aim to have between 90 and 110 mares sold this year,” says Hutch. “We’ve got 100 main books and we’ve got some additions committed to selling, and I think we’ll take some more between now and the last day to replenish. It’s an occasion, the sale and I think it’s a very good opportunity to showcase the mares.”