The build-up to the 2021 Inglis Sales Season continues today with the launch of the annual Preview Magazine.

With 52 days remaining until Inglis’ first live auction of the new year – the Classic Yearling Sale at Riverside from February 7-9 – the 136-page coffee table-style magazine highlights all there is to offer through Inglis Sales in 2021.

With the Classic and Premier catalogues already released and the jewel in the crown – the Australian Easter Yearling Sale – only weeks away from being finalised, Inglis’ 2021 offering is again shaping as a phenomenal collection of outstanding yearlings by the world’s best stallions and prepared by the southern hemisphere’s best horse people.

With Inglis auctions having produced 53 individual G1 winners since 2018, including 27 who could have been bought for $100,000 or less, the 2021 Inglis Yearling Sale Series is eagerly awaited by bloodstock professionals, investors and enthusiasts alike.

The Inglis 2021 Preview Magazine features stories by some of the world’s most experienced and respected bloodstock journalists including Andrew Rule, Bill Oppenheim, Leo Schlink, John Berry, Alan Carasso, Richard Edmunds, John Holloway and Tara Madgwick to name just a few.

Stories include features on Arrowfield Stud’s John Messara, Matthew Sandblom, Philip Campbell of Blue Gum Farm, Spendthrift Farm’s B. Wayne Hughes, the Ferguson Family of Bell River Thoroughbreds, Northern Farm, predictions by industry experts on which stallions – both proven and fresh – will be the most sought after in 2021 as well as an in-depth read on a group of female stud masters leading the way for the industry.

There is also a selection of 100 pedigrees for next year’s Easter Yearling Sale to give buyers a taste of what is to come at Riverside in April.

The completed Easter Yearling Sale catalogue will be available in late-January.

To view the Inglis 2021 Sales Season Preview Magazine, CLICK HERE.

To request a copy of the Inglis 2021 Sales Season Preview Magazine, email catalogue@inglis.com.au or call Inglis’ Sydney office on +61 2 9399 7999.