Above: El Dorado Dreaming (white cap)

The G1 ATC Sires’ Produce S. winner El Dorado Dreaming (Ilovethiscity) is among the latest high-profile entries in the Inglis Chairman’s Sale.

The latest intake also includes Group 1 producer Scarletini (Bernardini {USA}), Group winners Sweet Deal (Casino Prince) and Savanna Amour (Love Conquers All), who is in foal to Fastnet RockMeuse (Snitzel), who is in foal to Dundeel (NZ) as well as siblings to Group 1-winning sprinters Sunlight (Zoustar) and Forbidden Love (All Too Hard).

The catalogue will also include mares in foal to leading sires I Am Invincible, Fastnet Rock, Written Tycoon and Zoustar, as well as a rare Southern Hemisphere-time pregnancy to young sire Night Of Thunder (Ire).

Other confirmed entries including the dam of star $1 million earner Aim (Star Witness), speedy mare From Within (Not A Single Doubt), G2 Fillies’ Classic winner La Falaise (Canford Cliffs {Ire}), multiple Group winner Pinmedown (NZ) (Pins) and G3 Blue Diamond Preview (Fillies) winner A Beautiful Night (Night Of Thunder {Ire}).

“We have worked hard to collate what we believe is a world-class catalogue of fillies and mares. We are extremely humbled that so many breeders, trainers and owners have entrusted Inglis to sell their best stock,” Inglis’ Bloodstock Consultant, Harry Bailey, said.

“We have worked hard to collate what we believe is a world-class catalogue of fillies and mares.” – Harry Bailey

“The marketing that has already been done, and will continue to be done, in the coming seven weeks leading to the Sale will ensure every breeder in the world is aware of this Sale and the extreme quality on offer.

“We have big plans for the Sale night, it’s going to be a hell of a lot of fun, and I think it’s going to be a sale that no one will want to miss.”

In the past two editions of the Chairman’s Sale, the average price for race fillies and race mares has been over $545,000, while three of the four highest-priced pregnant mares sold at public auction in Australasia in 2019 and 2020 were sold at the Chairman’s Sale.

Eight fillies or mares have sold for $1 million or more in that same time including Maastricht (NZ) (Mastercraftsman {Ire}), who sold for $2.25 million in 2019.

The Chairman’s Sale will this year be held as a live auction at Riverside on the evening of Friday, May 7. Wildcard entries for the Chairman’s Sale, as well as the Australian Weanling Sale and the Australian Broodmare Sale will close on April 23. To enter, contact a member of the Inglis bloodstock team.

Article courtesy of TDN