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Scone Select Yearling Sale moves to Sunday
19th Jan 2012
Entries are now being received for the 2012 Inglis H.T.B.A Scone Yearling Sale, which will be conducted over one select day on Sunday May 20 this year.
With the two day Scone Cup and Inglis Guineas meeting held by the Scone Race Club growing in stature each and every year, the updated single session format of the 2012 Scone Yearling Sale will allow visiting Sydney and interstate trainers the opportunity to inspect yearlings at White Park on Saturday prior to the select sale the next day.
“Inglis will be supplying transport to and from the sales ground at White Park and the racetrack at Scone throughout Saturday May 19 to assist buyers who wish to inspect yearlings at White Park as well as attend Inglis Guineas day”, said Inglis Director Jonathan D’Arcy.
“With racing at Hawkesbury on the Thursday before the Scone Carnival buyers were finding it difficult to attend the Select Session of the Scone Sale, but now buyers will have several opportunities to inspect those yearlings up to the start of the sale on Sunday,” D’Arcy added.
The Inglis H.T.B.A Scone Yearling Sale has become an integral part of the Australian yearling sales calendar, allowing Hunter Valley Breeders to market their yearlings successfully without having to travel interstate.
Buyers will have several hours to inspect Scone Yearlings on Saturday morning and for those who wish to inspect horses all day at White Park this will be possible with vendors having staff on site to facilitate inspections all afternoon.
Always well patronised the Scone Sale is building a formidable record of producing high quality gallopers for its loyal buyers, such as Hot Danish, Small Minds, Star Of Octagonal, Welkom Gold, Torah and Macau star Happy Gladiator.
Yearling’s not selected for the Scone Sale will be able to be placed in the yearling section of the Australian Weanling and Bloodstock Sale on Friday June 29 for a reduced entry fee of just $350 plus GST.
“Yearlings sold up to $31,000 at the Australian Bloodstock Sale in June last year, proving it an attractive option for buyers and vendors alike”, D’Arcy said.
Entries for the 2012 Inglis H.T.B.A Scone Yearling Sale close Friday February 10 and Entry Forms can be downloaded HERE