The introduction of an exciting new concept in thoroughbred sales either side of the Australian Easter Yearling Sale is set to create the biggest fortnight of horse auctions in Australasian history.
Inglis has unveiled The Chairman’s Sale, an opportunity for leading horse owners, trainers and breeders to offer their high class thoroughbreds to arguably the strongest buying bench ever assembled in Australia.
Positioned either side of the time-honoured Easter Yearling Sale and The Championships, The Chairman’s Sale will be held over two sessions, a week apart, in the middle of what is already a thriving Sydney autumn carnival.
The inaugural Chairman’s Sale Session I – Elite Racing Prospects – will be held at the Inglis Newmarket complex on Thursday night, March 30, just prior to Day 1 of The Championships.
The Chairman’s Sale Session II – Elite Breeding Prospects – will be held on Friday night, April 7, the day after the conclusion of the Australian Easter Yearling Sale.
The primary offering of the Elite Breeding Prospect session will be top class breeding prospects on or off the track, broodmares in foal to Australasia’s finest sires, as well as stallion shares or breeding rights in the country’s leading stallions and select, highly-credentialed weanlings.
William Inglis & Son Ltd was founded on the basic principles of honesty and integrity, its great success and longevity attributed directly to these simple but all-important ideals.
This is a company where every detail matters and superior client service is of the utmost importance.
The Inglis family are still involved in the day to day running of this business, with both Jamie and Arthur Inglis, within the firm.
Managing Director Mark Webster brings an extensive knowledge of print and digital media to the firm, having held a senior position with News Limited for the past eight years.