Victorian Vendors Dominate
Tara Madgwick - Wednesday, 1 March 2017
Victorian vendors dominated at the 2017 Inglis Premier Yearling Sale with Supreme Thoroughbreds leading vendor by aggregate and Gilgai Farm the leaders by average with the only NSW farm listed in the Top 10 by aggregate being Yarraman Park.

$500,000 All Too Hard filly from FuhrnaticSupreme Thoroughbreds sold the most expensive filly of the sale when their All Too Hard filly from Fuhrnatic sold for $500,000.

A half-sister to Group III MRC Kevin Hayes Stakes winner Fuhryk, the stylish bay was bought by Little Kwok Hing Hung / Bahen Bloodstock.

Also fetching $500,000 was their Written Tycoon colt from Octangle that was snapped up by the Hong Kong Jockey Club.

Gilgai Farm made history when selling the first seven figure yearling in Victoria after their I Am Invincible colt from Soorena fetched $1.4 million. They also had good results with a Fastnet Rock colt from She's Got Gears selling for $340,000, while a Sebring colt from Miss Keepsake made $300,000.

Notably absent from the Premier vendors index this year was Hunter Valley giant Arrowfield Stud, who have in the past supported this sale with good numbers and had consistently been in the Top 5 vendors by aggregate.

Click here for all the vendor statistics on the Breednet Sales Centre.

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