Yearling buyers have a range of different criteria they use to select their purchases but most buyers put a high emphasis on breeding and type.
Other buyers look for bonus scheme eligibility like BOBS, or an early 2yo that will hit the ground running.
If you want a good mix of all of the above, you can’t go wrong inspecting Lot 5 at the Scone Select Yearling sale on Sunday 18th May 2014.
This attractive colt by Beneteau out of the Invincible Spirit mare La Petite Coquette ticks all the boxes. Not only does he look athletic, but he has a sound temperament and gives every indication he will be lining up in the early season 2yo races. Abbey Thoroughbreds is a big fan of the ill fated sire Beneteau, so if you want to secure one of his progeny from the first of only two crops, we strongly recommend you inspect this colt (Lot 5). For more information contact Jason Gleeson at Abbey Thoroughbreds on 0418 429 630.
Lot00005 – pedigree information
The sale will be conducted on Sunday following the Scone Race Club’s two-day carnival on Friday 16 and Saturday 17 May. All yearlings offered at the 2014 Inglis HTBA Scone Yearling Sale will be eligible for nomination into the $5 million Inglis Race Series including the $100,000 Inglis 2YO Scone Challenge.