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INGLIS AUSTRALIAN EASTER YEARLING SALE SUPPLEMENT 2O O21


All Eyes On Easter

Choice,

the

infallible

three-time

champion sire, will see his final seven

CONTRIBUTORS Jo Mckinnon

yearlings pass through a major yearling

R

sale. A stallion whose progeny have so often lit

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ewind back to the turn of the year

up the sales ring and the track, his lasting legacy

Alex Wiltshire - Commercial / Editorial

and, after a turbulent 2020 as

will be felt long beyond the conclusion of this

James Oldring - Director

the impacts of the Coronavirus

sale.

Aaron Davies-Jones - Design

pandemic took their hold, the

In this supplement, a preview dedicated

bloodstock world looked on with uncertainty,

to the stallion, Jo Mckinnon pens a moving

pessimism in some instances, as to how we

feature with the man who knew ‘Doutsey’ best,

might respond and limit the damage to results

Arrowfield stallion manager Joe Hickey, while

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at the upcoming auctions for the yearling sales

we profile five of his best yearlings to have

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season in the southern hemisphere.

passed through the Inglis Easter sales ring.

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The response has been there for all to see.

Furthermore, we look into the fine-tuned

Records have tumbled, in many instances

process that goes into the preparation of an

with turnover and averages soaring as buyers

Easter sale yearling, as Jo speaks to one of the

and vendors reacted to adversity with optimism

best in the business, Vinery Stud’s Adam White.

and now, with the ‘best of the best’ Australasia

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Good luck to buyers and vendors as

has to offer set to head through the Riverside

the most prominent figures in bloodstock

All care has been taken in the compilation of

sales ring, this is one of the most eagerly

congregate to secure the champions of

this supplement but no responsibility can be

anticipated Inglis Australian Easter Yearling

tomorrow. As always, ANZ Bloodstock News

accepted for any errors or omissions. No part

Sales in recent years.

will be on hand to provide leading coverage of

of this publication may be reproduced without

the two-day showpiece.

the permission of the publishers.

It is a most poignant one too. Redoute’s

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The unbreakable Bond

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“Everyone had that with Redoute’s because

BY JO MCKINNON

O

he was so quiet and easy to deal with.”

charged thoroughbred worth tens of millions

he was also a tough nut

of dollars every day is as high pressure a job as

and sat at the top of the

it gets, but you would never know it watching

stallion pecking order at

Hickey go about his daily work.

Arrowfield.

bserving Joe Hickey with the

‘Doutsy’ had his quirks. He really

stallions at Arrowfield Stud and

enjoyed being around people and

you see a man who melds with

often famously stuck

horses and they with him.

his tongue out.

Handling 500 or more kilos of testosterone-

A

friendly

soul,

Relaxed and calm, Hickey’s cool energy

“There was no malice

transmits to these valuable equine assets. There’s

in him, he was always very

an unbreakable, mutual trust between them.

quiet but he was always the

Unquestionably, the greatest and most

boss of the horses too.

enduring bond of all during the Irishman’s 13

“When you have ten-12 stallions there’s

years as stallion manager at Arrowfield, was

always a pecking order. Dundeel is boss here

with the late, great Redoute’s Choice (Danehill).

now but Redoute’s Choice in his time, he was

“He was one of a kind. When you think how good a racehorse he was, how good a stallion he was, all the personality he had and he was

always the boss.” Hickey distinctly remembers the horse’s unparalleled intelligence.

such a clever horse, that’s what made him so

“He had a long memory too. If you did

special. All those things put together. He was a

something he didn’t like, he wouldn’t forget it.”

once-off,” said Hickey.

With Redoute’s Choice a fond memory,

Hickey’s love for the horse he called

Hickey now has four of his sons to look after

“Doutsy” around the barn still runs deep. Two

at Arrowfield - champion sire Snitzel, Pariah,

years after the champion stallion’s passing, he’s

The Autumn Sun and the recently retired Not A

barely able to bring himself to set foot in the

Single Doubt.

special stable that the personable, pretty big bay once lived in. “I have been in there. But it was tough though.”

his final crop of yearlings will go through the ring at the upcoming Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale. “It’s sad because it’s the end of an era. It’s tough to see it end. “But we have plenty of them coming back (to stud), so that’s good.” Hickey won’t be in attendance at the

He’s proud of the mark his favourite horse

Easter sale at Riverside. Instead, he will be

has left on the racetrack and also on the

busy looking after his barns of stallions back at

Australian stallion ranks.

Arrowfield.

These days the famous stable is sacred

“I’m very proud. I like watching all his sons

ground at Arrowfield. Wood shavings and all,

and grandsons, and we have a grandson here at

it’s been left as though he still lives there.

feeling a little melancholy about the fact that

Arrowfield now which is pretty cool.

It serves as a shrine for the many visitors to

“They are all different personalities but

the farm each year to go and pay their respects

they all have the same attributes. They are very

to the horse that has left an indelible legacy on

straightforward, calm and easy to deal with and

Australasian breeding and racing.

that’s one thing he passes on; a great nature.”

It’s been a daily ritual that’s been working wonders for many years now. “Their whole life is based on routine. They do the same thing every day. Everything is based on routine. “The horses thrive on it. They come in at the same time and go out at the same time and

air

He admits he’s developed a soft spot for

they go out in order. We keep it simple and

conditioning and all the sawdust. He just loved

Redoute’s Choice’s five-time Group 1-winning

safe. We have a way of doing things here and it

it down there.

son, The Autumn Sun, and believes he carries

works well, so we stick to it.”

“He

loved

the

stable

with

the

“We maintain it very well, still. It’s a showpiece area for people to look at.” It’s evident Hickey is still affected by Redoute’s Choice’s death in 2019 at the age of 22. It was akin to losing a best friend. “You always have a horse that you have a special bond with, I guess,” he said. “It’s very special, that’s what the stallion business is. You build trust with the horses you look after.

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many of the same attributes as his super sire. “He’s a beautiful horse. He’s the most like Redoute’s in personality. “Snitzel is his own man and a pro. He goes about his business without any fuss and the others are lovely to deal with but The Autumn Sun has a little something special about him, like Redoute’s did.”

While Redoute’s Choice is no longer part of that drill, the fact that his sons and grandson - the Arrowfield 3YO Sprint (Gr 2, 1200m) winner Showtime - are is some consolation for Hickey. “I’ve got Tas (The Autumn Sun) to look after now and I’m happy with that. “He’s not the exact same personality as

Having had such a close affinity with Redoute’s Choice for more than a decade, he’s

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Redoute’s Choice but there’s a kindness about him that’s special,” he said.

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1, 1600m) and Rosehill Guineas (Gr 1, 2000m) in an extraordinary three-year-old year. The air apparent to his sire, The Autumn Sun took up stallion duties at Arrowfield in 2019, and there is much anticipation surrounding his first foals, which will first pass through a yearling ring next year.

MISS FINLAND (ex Forest Pearl by Woodman) Sale: 2005 Inglis Easter Yearling Sale Price: $450,000 Purchaser: Badgers Bloodstock Vendor: Arrowfield Stud The darling of Arrowfield Stud principal John Messara, Miss Finland claimed five Group 1 wins through her career, from the Golden Slipper (Gr 1, 1200m) at two, through to the Arrowfield Stud Stakes (Gr 1, 2000m) at three, with a Thousand Guineas (Gr 1, 1600m), VRC Oaks (Gr 1, 2500m) and Caulfield Guineas (Gr 1, 1600m) sandwiched between, all representing the famed yellow and black Arrowfield silks, as she was named champion two- and three-year-old. A $450,000 purchase, she was part of the 2005 crop of Redoute’s Choice yearlings that sold at an average of over $600,000 at the Inglis Easter Sale that year, siring six yearlings that sold for $1 million or more. Residing at Arrowfield Stud as a broodmare, she

THE AUTUMN SUN

Yearling Sale, selling for $700,000 to Hermitage

produced 2015 Thousand Guineas winner Stay

(ex Azmiyna by Galileo)

Thoroughbreds and Chris Waller. Out of the

With Me (Street Cry).

Sale: 2017 Inglis Easter Yearling Sale

Aga Khan Galileo (Sadler’s Wells) Azmiyna, his

Price: $700,000

international family caught the eye of his suitors,

SAMANTHA MISS

Purchaser: Hermitage Thoroughbreds

with his dam a half-sister to Champion three-

(ex Milliyet by Zabeel)

/Chris Waller

year-old in Ireland, Azamour (Night Shift).

Sale: 2007 Inglis Easter Yearling Sale

Vendor: Arrowfield Stud

Within a record that boasts eight wins from nine

Price: $1.5 million

The latest superstar from the three-time

starts, The Autumn Sun was a Group 1 winner

Purchaser: Kris Lees

Champion Sire and arguably his best colt to

at two when defeating Zousain (Zoustar) to win

Vendor: Willow Park

grace a racetrack. An extraordinary type, this

the JJ Atkins (Gr 1, 1600m). He would go on to

A Group 1 winner in the Champagne

is a horse that oozed class from the moment

win the Golden Rose (Gr 1, 1400m), Caulfield

Stakes (Gr 1, 1600m) at three, Samantha Miss

he took to the sales ring at the 2017 Easter

Guineas (Gr 1, 1600m), Randwick Guineas (Gr

excelled at three, justifying her hefty yearling

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price of $1.5 million at the 2007 Inglis Easter

operation, Nadeem led home a quinella for

sale by sweeping the Princess Series in 2008,

Redoute’s Choice in the juvenile feature, with

with wins in the Furious Stakes (Gr 2, 1400m),

Miss Finland running second. Out of New

Tea Rose Stakes (Gr 2, 1500m) and Flight

Zealand Oaks (Gr 1, 2400m) winning mare

Stakes (Gr 1, 1600m). She added a victory in

Candide (Sound Reason), it’s a case of what might

the VRC Oaks by three and a half lengths in a

have been for Nadeem, who was not seen again

spring campaign that saw her only defeat come

for more than 12 months after his Blue Diamond

when finishing third in the Cox Plate (Gr 1,

win due to injury and was never the same horse.

2040m). She returned in the autumn, however

He retired to Darley to stand the 2007 season

injured her tendon after a second in the Light

and now resides at Little Avondale Stud in New

Fingers Stakes (Gr 2, 1200m). Sent through the

Zealand, having produced two stakes winners.

a record of three wins from his first five starts, including a four-length win to break his maiden

broodmare ring, she sold for $3,850,000 to John Singleton. At stud she has produced talented

MASTER OF DESIGN

in May 2009, Master Of Design did not break

Group 2 winner Miss Fabulass (Frankel).

(ex Urge to Merge by Last Tycoon)

through at Group level until the autumn of

Sale: 2007 Inglis Easter Yearling Sale

2011 having been purchased by Australian

NADEEM

Price: $2.1 million

Bloodstock for $150,000 and transferred to the

(ex Candide by Sound Reason)

Purchaser: John Ferguson Bloodstock

stable of David Payne, winning the Theo Marks

Sale: 2005 Inglis Easter Yearling Sale

Vendor: Arrowfield

(Gr 2, 1300m) at Rosehill. However, he would

Price: $700,000

One of 16 Redoute’s Choice yearlings to

show his full potential in the TJ Smith Stakes

Purchaser: Shadwell

have sold for $2 million or more, Master Of

(Gr 1, 1200m) the following autumn, defeating

Vendor: Edinglassie Stud

Design had a hefty price tag on his shoulders

Rain Affair (Commands) to win at a $31 price.

One of three Blue Diamond (Gr 1, 1200m)

when selling to John Ferguson Bloodstock at

He was retired to stand at Swettenham Stud

winners for the late Sheikh Hamdan’s Shadwell

the 2007 Inglis Easter sale. Although setting

after the TJ Smith.

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Vinery Stud will offer one its biggest drafts ever at this year’s Inglis Easter Yearling Sale. The high-level success of their graduates in recent times will draw plenty of attention to their offering at Riverside. Jo Mckinnon caught up with Vinery’s long-time bloodstock manager Adam White to discuss some of the philosophies that sit behind their ability to rear such good horses year after year.

that our focus is not just generated towards juveniles. There are certainly other horses like Champion mare Atlantic Jewel and Rubick that also indicate there is a lot of diversity within our drafts. 3) It’s obviously a tried and true method

1) Vinery is one of leading vendors of

2) Horses such as Blue Diamond winner

that you apply to the preparation of these

Group 1 winners to graduate from the Inglis

Artorius and last year’s Golden Slipper

young horses. Can you take us through the

Easter Yearling Sale. This must be a very

winner Farnan are just two of the stars that

general process?

proud achievement for you and your team?

have come through your drafts in recent

I don’t think you can single it out with just

Absolutely. The farm itself has been

years. Is producing high class two-year-olds

the sale preparation. It is all part of a big picture

producing quality racehorses for generations.

a major focus or has it just unfolded that way?

beginning from when they are young foals. It

Under the Vinery banner our team has strived

Not necessarily. We and our clients breed

really is a team game. We are lucky we have a

to give each young horse the best start in life to

each particular mare to the stallion we feel

great group of people that take a lot of pride in

maximise their opportunity on the track. To see

will suit them best at the time. Not just for the

what they do, and that is from the foaling unit

the results continue year-in year-out gives us

racetrack but of course for the sale ring also.

right through to the yearling barn.

great satisfaction.

To have sold the winners of a Magic Millions,

The horses enter the barn for their sale

Golden Slipper and Blue Diamond within

preparation roughly nine to ten weeks prior to

the last three years is something that we are

the sale. When they do they already have had

very proud of and something that is not being

a good amount of handling a few times when

missed with buyers.

they were weanlings and this certainly helps for

I DON’T THINK YOU CAN SINGLE IT OUT WITH JUST THE SALE PREPARATION. IT IS ALL PART OF A BIG PICTURE BEGINNING FROM WHEN THEY ARE YOUNG FOALS. IT REALLY IS A TEAM GAME

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But I guess Easter graduates like Shamus

the work they do during the prep.

Award, who was an outstanding three-year-

The work they do and the preparation

old and a Cox Plate winner at that age, VRC

they have as a group is obviously part of a set

Oaks winner Aristia and Russian Revolution, a

routine. But it’s important to remember they

successful sprinter at the same age, demonstrate

are individuals and we monitor their progress

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GROUP 3 WINNER KOOWEERUP

as a group together and certain horses may need things changed a little from time-totime to help them benefit as much as possible, things like time on the walker, paddock time and feeding. 4) How different or unique is what you do with sales horses compared to other farms, would you say? I wouldn’t say a lot different. Each farm would have a very similar preparation program for their own drafts. I would say our biggest asset would be the property itself. It is just an outstanding property to rear young horses. From a selling point of view that is a great advantage for us, people can buy off us with a lot of confidence because of the farm’s tremendous record of producing good horses. 5) How much emphasis do you place on the handling of these young horses and how much do you believe it translates ultimately to their racing performance?

6) How much does the actual environment

the on-farm parades are important because

impact on this part of a yearling’s journey

it gets the horses used to people approaching

towards becoming a top racehorse?

them and walking all around them.

Also a lot. This is a real test for them as far

One thing I noticed with the majority of

as following a routine and a certain amount

the top horses we have sold is their attitudes

A great deal. Personally I think it helps

of workload goes. Certain horses handle the

during the preparation and certainly the sales.

horses to adapt to a working environment and

pressure of not just the preparation but the

Being asked to come in and out of their box

a routine. As mentioned, it certainly helps with

sales environment better than others.

sometimes up to 80 times a day to parade for

their sale preparation. Some need a little more

Our on-farm parades assist in getting them

work than others so, again, treating them as

used to coming out of their box and parading,

people is a lot for a young horse. The popular ones can do a lot in a short

individuals is important.

sometimes for large groups of people. I think

period of time as well. But the good ones seem to handle it so well. Horses like Atlantic Jewel, Samaready, Exhilarates, Russian Revolution etc, they all took it in their stride. 7) What are some of the fundamental skills and values that you instil in your yearling preparation staff? Mainly to be patient with them. They are young horses and need to be treated that way. Those staff that remain calm and patient with the horses during those busy days are a great asset to have. 8) Conditioning a yearling is key and can make a huge difference on their price when the hammer falls. What are your thoughts about how a young horse should ideally present to a buyer at this stage of its life? At the end of the day they need to look like an athlete. You can’t have them too big and heavy and you can’t have them too light.

LOT 5: EXCEED AND EXCEL - PEACE FORCE COLT

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bigger on movement than others, so to have the horses parading well and moving well is something that can make a big difference when the hammer falls. 9) How would you describe your management processes at the actual yearling sales? You want both the horses and staff happy. It translates to the buyers when they are inspecting the draft. We use the ThoroughWorks program to keep all owners aware of who is inspecting and vetting their horses. This is a great advantage as a lot of the time with a draft of 25-odd horses a lot of owners have an involvement. As part of the management team we have a system to keep each other up to speed with who has strong interest in each horse. We keep each other advised of who might be asking about X-rays or price range etc. As certain sale days approach I will use all

LOT 89: I AM INVINCIBLE - SNITZERLAND - COLT

this relative information to discuss with our

like to think the horses we sell remain happy

The colts are also a nice group of horses,

clients who I think is interested in their horses

horses and hold their condition wherever they

with the majority suiting the colts groups that

and we will discuss where we should place the

go. Some may need a little more time to get

will be there.

reserve. It’s then a matter of going to the box

over the long sales preparation than others,

when the horse is offered and hopefully coming

either physically or mentally. So it would

out happy with the result for everyone.

then be up to the property that has them to

12) What are some of the lots of note that we should keep a watch on?

manage their down time and decide when

Personally I love the Exceed And Excel

10) Sometimes a yearling can fall away in

the time is right to commence the breaking

colt from multiple Group-winning mare Peace

their appearance very quickly once its sales

in process. Early types will sometimes start

Force. I have seen people inspecting him

campaign is over, how do you manage or

straight away.

already on the farm and you can see by their

prevent that from potentially happening? Again each horse is different. I would

reaction that they are looking at a real athlete. 11) How would you describe your offering of horses at Easter this year?

THIS IS OUR LARGEST EASTER DRAFT FOR SOME TIME. I THINK MOST VENDORS WILL SAY IT ABOUT THEIR EASTER HORSES BUT I AM REALLY EXCITED ABOUT THE GROUP OF HORSES WE HAVE.

This is our largest Easter draft for some time. I think most vendors will say it about their Easter horses but I am really excited about the group of horses we have. The fillies are a nice even group and they have some very nice families behind them

The I Am Invincible colt from top-class mare Snitzerland is also an eyecatcher. Of the fillies, the Snitzel from Miss Gunpowder is an outstanding first foal and is a real early-looking type. The I Am Invincible from Miles Of Krishan is also a real early-looking runner and has a deep page. Her granddam is a sister to the outstanding producing mare Parfore.

which will be a big advantage, as I think there

I also like the Not A Single Doubt filly from

will be a lot of buyers looking for good residual

Downtown Manhattan and Deep Field filly from

fillies.

Second Time Lucky, they are real racehorses.

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INGLIS AUSTRALIAN EASTER YEARLING SALE - PINHOOKERS

Lot 16

Type Sire B or Br So You Think (NZ) colt

Dam Placement (NZ)

on a/c of Attunga Stud

120

Br colt

Written Tycoon

Taraji

Newgate Farm

135

B colt

Deep Field

Touch of Greatness Newgate Farm

152

B colt

Exceed and Excel

Vicennalia (USA)

Kitchwin Hills

262

Br colt

So You Think (NZ)

Dancer's Tale (NZ)

Riversdale

308

B colt

Churchill (IRE)

Flying Strike

Tyreel Stud

355

B colt

Zoustar

Irish Sea

Attunga Stud

356

B or Br Menari colt

Iseemagic (NZ)

Milburn Creek

366

Ch filly Extreme Choice

Keysbrook

385

Bay colt

Legible (NZ )

Vancouver

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Sold by Sledmere Stud

Sold to James Bester B/stock

Price $130,000

Woodside Park Stud

Binalong B/stock

$185,000

Fairhill Farm

Binalong B/stock

$105,000

Arlington Park Racing

$170,000

Glastonbury Farms

Lion Rock B/stock / Bevan Smith B/stock

$90,000

Fairhill Farm

James Bester B/stock

$42,000

Sledmere Stud

James Bester B/stock

$15,000

Rothwell Park Thoroughbreds

James Bester B/stock

$77,500

Willow Park Stud

2020 WI Inglis Digital June Sale 2

Aquis Farm

One Plus Investments

$32,500

KBL Thoroughbreds

2020 WI Sydney Weanling Sale

Fairhill Farm

Platinum Breeding And Racing / Pinhook B/stock FBA

$40,000

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FIRST SEASON SIRES - YEARLING SALES 2021 Almanzor

2020

2019

2018

Service Fee

NZ$30,000

NZ$30,000

NZ$30,000

NZB Karaka

Inglis Classic

Magic Millions Gold Coast

Inglis Melbourne Premier

Lots Sold

43

6

3

4

Aggregate

$8,200,000

$1,330,000

$1,520,000

$730,000

Average

$190,698

$221,667

$506,667

$182,500

Caravaggio

2020

2019

2018

Service Fee

N/A

$27,500

$33,000

NZB Karaka

Inglis Classic

Magic Millions Gold Coast

Inglis Melbourne Premier

Lots Sold

4

10

16

8

Aggregate

$310,000

$760,000

$1,500,000

$715,000

Average

$77,500

$76,000

$93,750

$89,375

Churchill

2020

2019

2018

Service Fee

N/A

$22,000

$27,500

NZB Karaka

Inglis Classic

Magic Millions Gold Coast

Inglis Melbourne Premier

Lots Sold

5

11

9

4

Aggregate

$630,000

$960,000

$1,162,500

$650,000

Average

$126,000

$87,273

$129,167

$162,500

Hellbent

2020

2019

2018

Service Fee

$22,000

$27,500

$27,500

NZB Karaka

Inglis Classic

Magic Millions Gold Coast

Inglis Melbourne Premier

Lots Sold

1

25

35

8

Aggregate

$30,000

$2,570,000

$5,560,000

$750,000

Average

$30,000

$102,800

$168,143

$93,750

Highland Reel

2020

2019

2018

Service Fee

$16,500

$16,500

$16,500

NZB Karaka

Inglis Classic

Magic Millions Gold Coast

Inglis Melbourne Premier

Lots Sold

4

2

8

Aggregate

$150,000

$230,000

$720,000

Average

$37,500

$115,000

$90,000

Impending

2020

2019

2018

Service Fee

$19,800

$22,000

$22,000

NZB Karaka

Inglis Classic

Magic Millions Gold Coast

Inglis Melbourne Premier

Lots Sold

2

12

5

15

Aggregate

$215,000

$1,230,000

$635,000

$1,494,500

Average

$107,500

$102,500

$127,000

$99,633

Invader

2020

2019

2018

Service Fee

$22,000

$27,500

$27,500

NZB Karaka

Inglis Classic

Magic Millions Gold Coast

Inglis Melbourne Premier

Lots Sold

1

13

11

2

Aggregate

$35,000

$1,440,000

$2,055,000

$200,000

Average

$35,000

$110,769

$186,818

$100,000

Menari

2020

2019

2018

Service Fee

$16,000

$16,000

$27,500

NZB Karaka

Inglis Classic

Magic Millions Gold Coast

Inglis Melbourne Premier

Lots Sold

1

3

1

Aggregate

$28,000

$691,000

$100,000

Average

$28,000

$115,167

$100,000

Merchant Navy

2020

2019

2018

Service Fee

$44,000

$55,000

$55,000

NZB Karaka

Inglis Classic

Magic Millions Gold Coast

Inglis Melbourne Premier

Lots Sold

3

21

20

14

Aggregate

$195,000

$1,685,000

$4,150,000

$1,502,500

Average

$65,000

$80,238

$207,500

$107,321

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2020

2019

2018

Service Fee

$11,000

$11,000

$11,000

NZB Karaka

Inglis Classic

Magic Millions Gold Coast

Inglis Melbourne Premier

Lots Sold

1

1

Aggregate

$180,000

$30,000

Average

$180,000

$30,000

Pariah

2020

2019

2018

Service Fee

$16,500

$22,000

$22,000

NZB Karaka

Inglis Classic

Magic Millions Gold Coast

Inglis Melbourne Premier

Lots Sold

1

18

22

8

Aggregate

$85,000

$1,480,000

$2,467,000

$1,310,000

Average

$85,000

$82,222

$112,136

$163,750

Ribchester

2020

2019

2018

Service Fee

$15,000

$22,000

$24,740

NZB Karaka

Inglis Classic

Magic Millions Gold Coast

Lots Sold

2

1

3

Aggregate

$360,000

$110,000

$250,000

Average

$180,000

$110,000

$83,333

Russian Revolution

2020

2019

2018

Service Fee

$44,000

$55,000

$55,000

NZB Karaka

Inglis Classic

Magic Millions Gold Coast

Inglis Melbourne Premier

Lots Sold

3

17

28

15

Aggregate

$265,000

$1,470,000

$4,265,500

$1,625,000

Average

$88,333

$86,471

$152,339

$108,333

Spieth

2020

2019

2018

Service Fee

$11,000

$16,500

$16,500

NZB Karaka

Inglis Classic

Magic Millions Gold Coast

Inglis Melbourne Premier

Lots Sold

1

5

7

3

Aggregate

$120,000

$280,000

$287,000

$355,000

Average

$120,000

$56,000

$41,000

$118,333

Supido

2020

2019

2018

Service Fee

$8,800

$9,900

NZB Karaka

Inglis Classic

Magic Millions Gold Coast

Lots Sold

8

6

Aggregate

$145,000

$516,000

Average

$46,875

$86,000

Inglis Melbourne Premier

Inglis Melbourne Premier

Time Test

2020

2019

2018

Service Fee

NZ$6,000

NZ$10,000

NZ$10,000

NZB Karaka

Inglis Classic

Magic Millions Gold Coast

Lots Sold

17

2

3

Aggregate

$1,119,000

$180,000

$325,000

Average

$65,824

$90,000

$108,333

Tosen Stardom

2020

2019

2018

Service Fee

$12,100

$19,250

$19,250

NZB Karaka

Inglis Classic

Magic Millions Gold Coast

Inglis Melbourne Premier

Lots Sold

4

2

4

Aggregate

$194,000

$194,000

$285,000

Average

$48,500

$97,000

$71,250

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