It was a case of deja vu in the G1 Centenary Sprint Cup at Sha Tin, with Inglis Premier Yearling Sale graduate Beat The Clock (Hinchinbrook x Flion Fenena) triumphing for the second consecutive year in the 1200m feature.
Powerful Easter colt Wild Ruler – a juvenile which Newgate Farm’s Henry Field believes can be “the next Russian Revolution’’ – scored a dominant debut win in today’s $500,000 Listed Inglis Nursery at Randwick.
The Inglis Easter star Loving Gaby (I Am Invincible) gave Phoenix Thoroughbreds their first Australian G1 victory in tonight’s Manikato Stakes at The Valley.
For Blake Ryan, it was “the best day of my life. My working life, that is’’.
For Damian Lane, it was “huge, unheard of to be honest. Stupid even’’.
And for Prima Park’s Kelly Van Dyk, it was “definitely something we didn’t expect’’.
The next stage of the Inglis Ready2Race Sale was completed with breeze up sessions at Eagle Farm and Taupo today.
The 2019 renewal of the Inglis Ready2Race Sale, to be held at Riverside Stables on Tuesday October 22, has attracted a strong catalogue of 191 2YOs.