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Lot 453 I rather like given his sire Ifraaj was mentioned here only last wek (I think) & love Kitchwin's rearing/environment. He has a beautiful intelligent head/eye, lovely athleticism & well balanced. I do hope he goes to someone capable tho' LOL


Lot 453 - Iffraaj (GB) / La Souvenir (NZ)
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Passed in at $140k Gay.
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Not impressed with Lot 510 Fastnet Rock - Maglissa half-brother to s/w Unite and Conquer.  Let's see what he brings.
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Interested in lot 804 I think it is.  Just because it has local connections who did very well out of the mare , Slots, when racing.  Going thru Torryburn .  Havnt even looked at it so will some of you smart ones have a look and give me an opinion please ? 
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Re lot 453, the fansite being nuclear freeze must have put people off as the dam is a half sister to so you think. Was there a problem physically? Photo looks good.
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Originally posted by TJMitchell TJMitchell wrote:

Any lots perk people's interest today?


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And Lot 510 brings $300k.

Tony Fung/Phoenix continue to pay overs.

Lot 470 a nice type, but hardly an $800k page, best of luck Ultra T'breds/Baystone.  Lot 483 appears to lack bone and substance but brings $800k to a James Harron bid.
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Can't believe someone paid $1m for Lot 529.

be interested to see if it's one of the usual suspects: Fung, Bester, Harron...
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Picked it in three.  Big smile

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Thanks SC & certainly agree re 510! Whilst immaturity can always be forgiven, badly tied in below the knee is imo, a major conformation fault Angry I thought someone said they handpick with conformation as a priority selection criteria Confused Bull...............!!!!

Originally posted by acacia alba acacia alba wrote:

Interested in lot 804 I think it is.  Just because it has local connections who did very well out of the mare , Slots, when racing.  Going thru Torryburn .  Havnt even looked at it so will some of you smart ones have a look and give me an opinion please ? 


Looks a nice enough type overall without a stunning head LOL which I doubt will deter many Big smile


Lot 804 - So You Think (NZ) / Slots (AUS)


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Lot 453 very yummy Gay 3, not unlike Ayrton to look at , lovely disposition too , take him in your list.Wink
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If memory serves I think someone claimed a couple of Iffraaj yearlings in the 2020 comp.
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Gawd!!! Why would you even bid on him at this time of year with so much more choice to come thru'?  Confused PI for 60k. I know they could just need time to resolve &/or the pic angle might be wrong but................!!

Lot 560 - Better Than Ready (AUS) / Monte Bella (AUS)
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Lot 200 I Am Invincible - Custard filly sold for $500k to Sheamus Mills Bloodstock (FBAA.  From a stakes- winner who's already produced two stakes-winners and a similar number of stakes-place-getters herself.

Maybe walks a bit short but otherwise appears fine, and really thought she would bring double that price.  Will follow her with interest.




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Originally posted by Shrunk in the Wash Shrunk in the Wash wrote:

Originally posted by TJMitchell TJMitchell wrote:

Any lots perk people's interest today?


For what it’s worth 542,545,636Thumbs Up

Reckon you might've got outbid on those first 2.

HKJC $450k for 542 and China Horse Club $780k for 545
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Yes, once again, even my thoughts of snaffling  a 10% share are gone. It’s Dirty Work all overOuch
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Ok it's generally been a vibrant sale for vendors.

However as Day 3 concludes it's hard to imagine more than a few buyers got value for money, many lots selling for much more than their real value imho.
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$1,800,000 for 612...have a look at the pedigree Dead
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Originally posted by TJMitchell TJMitchell wrote:

Originally posted by Shrunk in the Wash Shrunk in the Wash wrote:

Originally posted by TJMitchell TJMitchell wrote:

Any lots perk people's interest today?


For what it’s worth 542,545,636Thumbs Up

Reckon you might've got outbid on those first 2.

HKJC $450k for 542 and China Horse Club $780k for 545

I might have to lower my sights. LOLLOL 950k

I’ve only got  these left to spend my money on 714,720,831, 895,934,
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Originally posted by Shrunk in the Wash Shrunk in the Wash wrote:

Originally posted by TJMitchell TJMitchell wrote:

Originally posted by Shrunk in the Wash Shrunk in the Wash wrote:

Originally posted by TJMitchell TJMitchell wrote:

Any lots perk people's interest today?


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Reckon you might've got outbid on those first 2.

HKJC $450k for 542 and China Horse Club $780k for 545

I might have to lower my sights. LOLLOL 950k

I’ve only got  these left to spend my money on 714,720,831, 895,934,

I like that page on 714. 

831 & 895 you better reach real deep in those pockets LOL
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Originally posted by Glencoe Glencoe wrote:

Also looks like market has woken up to Rubick & I'd be worried if I paid $50K for Deep F service in 2020


Deep Field seems to be tracking OK?
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$1,800,000 for 612...have a look at the pedigree Dead

Fung/Phoenix paying overs yet again.  This is a recording beep beep.
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Too much work today so didn't get to watch.  Like SC I liked the Custard pedigree but most of my picks so far on the pedigree page have been all over the shot but I have been liking the Pariah's and following three from yesterday the Belscencia, Astophysical Jet and Astral Miss.  Don't have a clue if the legs are out but look ok to me.  He seems to have served plenty of nice if not spectacular mares.  I've had luck with the Lundi and Fly Me family also but didn't get to see them today.  
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Oh and Gay love the dapples on the yearling above.  Reminds me to seeing Anabaa.  He always had that dappled up coat.
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It appears that way Antlowes but REMEMBER these are the best of this years crop. A further 42 have to find homes at Classic and ditto 17 at Melb Prem and thats only part of the crop. There are many still to find there way into a lesser catalogue
With 200+ vying for a catalogue spot unless you crack MM or he starts producing class Spring Autumn Syd/ Melb stakeswinners at better than his current pedestrian rate of 3% I'd say most future vendors are cooked
COLD HEARTED ECONOMIC FACT   Buyers move on to new fashion especially this current crop of First Season Stallions even given that DF is well marketed
It is doubtful his average sale price will increase greatly but in 2023 you will need to factor in $100K costs just to break even.  That is what I'd be worried about and that is what I was alluding to. DO THE SUMS
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I think Mick Price has bought a nice Merchant Navy colt, lot 269 from a long, long line of stakes and city-class winners (despite mum not getting anywhere near that level, or her $750k price tag). In any case, $170k looks like a nice buy. Not too expensive to geld (should the need arise), not too cheap to syndicate to his better clients.

Also like the potential of lot 615, the Highland Reel 1/2 brother to Doctor Doom. Mum is 6/6 for runners to winners. $180k might be a little hard to sell, but the finished product might go alright.... $76k pinhook, so there's been a couple of nice drinks in him already.

James Bester has bought the pick of the Flying Arties sold to date (imo), lot 444 out of a Scat Daddy mare. American listed level is, admittedly, a touchy subject, but we can all agree that it is at least city class. So, $180k for a nice size filly with a reasonable maternal line is good business for both sides of the table... probably ends up with Gai?
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I had a shortlist of 15 i liked in this sale. 11 have sold so far. Most of those sold went for what i consider overs in price, and one went for too much unders.

One that i loved and who went for imo a bit unders was Lot 293 a grey SYT filly. 220K. It was bought by Big Red Farm in Japan. Does anyone know if they get them trained here by anyone or do they take them to Japan straight away?

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831 must have something wrong with it. $500k seems unders 
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Originally posted by TJMitchell TJMitchell wrote:

831 must have something wrong with it. $500k seems unders 

I sent out a few rumours hoping to be able to buy in.
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