FBAA Members buy 18% at Inglis Classic

The 2022 yearling sales season may have moved down the coast to the Inglis Riverside complex in Sydney, but the results and strength of the market remained the same. Records were once again smashed, including not one but two colts surpassing the sale’s previous highwater mark.

Book 1 Statistics

YearOfferedClearance RateAverageMedianTop LotLots over $300,000Lots over $100,000

The top lot was a colt from Mane Lodge by the coveted Extreme Choice. The colt was out of To Dubawi Go, a winning daughter of international super-sire Dubawi. A partnership of China Horse Club/Newgate/Trilogy went to a record setting $850,000 to secure him. China Horse Club and Newgate raced and stand the colt’s sire.

Deep Field led the sire title by aggregate, with 29 of his 34 yearlings on offer selling for a gross $4.35 million. Of horses with three or more sold, Lean Mean Machine led by median at $230,000. Extreme Choice led by average with three or more sold at $353,000.

The FBAA was represented by 19 individual agents. They purchased 79 yearlings for a cumulative $12.2 million, accounting for 15% of the catalogue and 18% of the gross. Randwick Bloodstock was responsible for the most expensive purchase, securing an I Am Invincible filly from Yarraman Park for $320k.