Inglis Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale
Maluka Thoroughbreds will offer seven of Waikato Stud’s yearlings in their consignment at the Inglis Melbourne Premier yearling sale
which kicks off on Sunday.
By champion sire Pins, Lot 44 is from the unraced O’Reilly mare Romancing. This colt’s dam is a sister or half-sister to three Stakes winners including Salsa, Rule of Engagement and Somepin Anypin and this colt is a half-brother to promising 4-time winning Savabeel mare Love Affair
By award-sweeping sire Savabeel, Lot 144 is the second foal from the four-time winning Pins mare Frankly. This filly’s dam is a sister to Stakes winner Keano and is a half-sister to Stakes-placed Danasinga mare Be Delicious. Hunza, Our Pompeii and Courtza are also prominent features in her pedigree.
Lot 145 is a Savabeel colt from an eight-time metropolitan-winning half-sister to the Singapore Horse Of The Year in Currency.
Lot 146 is another Savabeel colt, this one being the first foal from a Pins mare who descends from some of the turf greats in Xtravagant and Sixty Seconds.
Lot 157 is a Savabeel colt inbred 3×4 to Sir Tristram – a half-brother to the stakes-winning NZ mare Ray’s Girl who was 4th in the NZ Oaks.
An Ocean Park filly from Stakes winning Danasinga mare Bird will feature as Lot 272. The well-related filly is a half-sister to Stakes performers Flamingo and Preditor.
A Sacred Falls colt from the two-time winning Centaine mare Lowland will be the last of the Waikato Stud yearlings through the ring at this sale. The beautifully related colt is a half-brother to smart Stakes performed Pins mare Splitsecond and his dam has had three to the races with all being winners.
If you’re at the sale, please feel free to head to Maluka Thoroughbreds in Barn C.
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