Pedigree Boosters - Inglis Classic Sale

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In the build up to the Inglis Classic Sale at the Riverside Stables in Sydney, we will pick out three yearlings each day who have had substantial pedigree updates in the past couple of months.

Today, we focus on a pair of youngsters who have been done recent favours by stakes winning 2-year-olds and a filly that has benefitted from results farther afield.

Lot 86 Rubick x Immortalize (NZ) – Offered by Toolooganvale Farm

This colt is from a family that isn’t short on black type, but another update is always significant and Steal My Kisses (I Am Invincible) provided just that when the Mick Price-trained filly won the Listed Merson Cooper S. on debut.

The dam is out of a sister to the G1 Kelt Capital S. and G1 Captain Cook S. winner Cent Home (NZ) (Lord Ballina), who was also placed at the top flight in Australia, and to the G2 Turnbull S. winner Studebaker. A half-sister Ballet Society (Stravinsky {USA}) was a dual Group 2 winner.

Lot 86 Rubick x Immortalize (NZ)

Lot 107 Spirit Of Boom x Shezaprospect – Offered by Tamac Stud Farm

There is no shortage of Group 1 form on this colt’s pedigree page and that could be added to in the near future by the exciting filly Exhilarates (Snitzel). She has provided a major update already with her victory in the Magic Millions 2YO Classic and is now set for the Blue Diamond.

Tamac’s youngster is out of as half-sister to the G1 JJ Atkins S. winner Almalad (Al Maher) while the presence of the G1 Blue Diamond S. winner and G1 Moir S. winner Samaready (More Than Ready (USA) emphasises the precocity of this family.

Lot 107 Spirit Of Boom x Shezaprospect

Lot 198 Olympic Glory (Ire) x Chaplet – Offered by Arrowfield Stud

Significant updates have come in from afar with family member Fresnaye (SA) (Western Winter {SA}) winning the G3 Kenilworth Victress S. and twice running fourth in Group 1 events. This filly’s dam is by Street Cry (Ire) and she has an impressive international pedigree.

She is out of a sister to the G1 Racing Post Trophy winner and sire Medaaly (GB) (Highest Honor {Fr}) and a half-sister to the Multiple Group 2 winner and sire Charnwood Forest (IRE) (Warning {GB}). Timber Country (USA) has enjoyed success as a Group 1 producer in Australia and he also features in the pedigree.

Lot 198 Olympic Glory (Ire) x Chaplet