Coolmore Stud & Goodwood Farm Top Group 1 Vendors List For 2011/12
Coolmore Stud and Goodwood Farm have finished at the top of Inglis’ Group 1 Vendors List for the 2011/12 Australian racing season, having sold two individual Group 1 winners each.
In all, 17 individual Group 1 winners of 24 Group 1 races during the 2011/12 Australian racing season were sold at Inglis sales, by 15 different vendors.
“On behalf of Inglis I just want to pass on a big congratulations to all breeders and sellers of Group 1 winners in Australia this season,” said Inglis Managing Director Mark Webster.
“Coolmore Stud, led by Michael Kirwan, Peter O’Brien and Tom Magnier, are always bringing well-credentialed and superbly prepared yearlings to sale, a major reason why they appear on the Group 1 vendors list, not just this season with Niwot and Invest, but for a number of seasons with other Easter graduates such as Musir, Dariana and Absolutely.
“Kerrie Tibbie and her Goodwood Farm operation are one of many smaller studs that are growing a strong reputation for breeding quality racehorses, and it is great to see buyers from their drafts being rewarded on the track with gallopers such as Manawanui and Luckygray.
“Showcasing the depth and range of stock presented by breeders and vendors at Inglis’ sales, the 17 Group 1 winners sold by Inglis were by 16 different sires, were from ages two to seven, won over 1000m to 3200m, were victorious across every state that conducts Group 1 racing and encompasses colts, fillies, mares, geldings and entires.
“The list includes a Blue Diamond winner, Guineas winner, Oaks winner, Derby winner, World Champion Sprinter, Milers, Cox Plate winner and a Sydney Cup winner.
“We have received plenty of positive feedback for all our new Select Yearling Sale initiatives launched in the last fortnight, and with the continued support of breeders and vendors we look forward to presenting a world class range of yearlings to buyers again in 2013,” Webster said.
Inglis’ Group 1 Vendors For 2011/12 In Australia
Goodwood Farm, Murrurundi NSW
Manawanui ($45,000 2010 Classic, 3g Oratorio(IRE)-Lady Remlap) – G1 ATC Golden Rose, 1400m
Luckygray ($31,000 2008 Aust Weanling, 4g Bradbury’s Luck-Damah Lady) – G1 WATC Railway Stakes, 1600m
Swettenham Stud, Nagambie VIC
Black Caviar ($210,000 2008 Premier, 5m Bel Esprit-Helsinge) – G1 VRC Patinack Farm Classic, 1200m / MRC C.F. Orr Stakes, 1400m / VRC Lightning Stakes, 1000m / SAJC Sportingbet Classic, 1200m / SAJC The Goodwood, 1200m
Bylong Park Thoroughbreds, Bylong NSW
Mosheen ($250,000 2010 Easter, 3f Fastnet Rock-Sumehra) – G1 VRC Oaks, 2500m / G1 VRC Australian Guineas, 1600m / G1 ATC Randwick Guineas, 1600m / G1 ATC Vinery Stud Stakes, 2000m
Luskin Park Stud, Luskintyre NSW
Foxwedge ($925,000 2010 Easter, 3c Fastnet Rock-Forest Native) – G1 MVRC William Reid Stakes, 1200m
Yarraman Park Stud, Scone NSW
Zabeelionaire ($250,000 2010 Easter, 3c Zabeel-Kisumu) – G1 SAJC South Australian Derby, 2500m
Arrowfield Stud, Scone NSW
Master Of Design ($2,100,000 2007 Easter, 6h Redoute’s Choice-Urge To Merge) – G1 ATC TJ Smith Stakes, 1200m
Waikato Stud, Matamata, New Zealand
Metal Bender ($160,000 2007 Easter, 6g Danasinga-Jacqwin) – G1 ATC George Ryder Stakes, 1500m
Vinery Stud, Scone NSW
Samaready ($150,000 2011 Easter, 2f More Than Ready-Samar) – G1 MRC Blue Diamond Stakes, 1200m
Millford Thoroughbreds, Nagambie VIC
Pinker Pinker ($120,000 2009 Premier, 4m Reset-Miss Marion) – G1 MVRC WS Cox Plate, 2040m
Riverside Stud, Corowa NSW
Ortensia ($50,000 2007 Premier, 6m Testa Rossa-Aerate’s Pick) – G1 WATC Winterbottom Stakes, 1200m
Kitchwin Hills, Scone NSW
Hurtle Myrtle ($55,000 2008 Classic, 5m Dane Shadow-Ravenswood) – G1 VRC Myer Classic, 1600m
Nerreman Stud, Forbes NSW
Sincero ($8,000 2009 Classic, 4g Umatilla-Yours As Always) – G1 ATC George Main Stakes, 1500m
Rothwell Park Thoroughbreds, Murrurundi NSW
Secret Admirer ($38,000 2008 Aust Weanling, 4m Dubawi-Secret Illusion) – G1 ATC Epsom Handicap, 1600m
Lindsay Park Stud, Angaston SA
The Verminator ($17,000 2007 GS Weanling, 5g Jeune-Fraar Side) – G1 ATC Metropolitan, 2400m