First Foal for Inference

Media Release - Friday August 23
Chatswood Stud proudly report the first foal of So You Think's $1 Million Earner, Inference.

Bred by Mangalore Park's Steve Hinchcliffe, the well stamped filly out of Von Maestro was born at Hollylodge and is pictured below at one day old.

 



Due to the well conformed, attractive filly, Steve Hinchcliffe has opted to send Von Maestro back to Inference in 2019. Inference covered 106 mares at good fertilityin his first season at Stud and remains at a fee of just $8,800 inc GST. There are 38 mares at Chatswood alone who are in-foal to Inference.


Inference was one of Australia's best 3YO's as seen in an unbelievable victory from last in the stallion making Randwick Guineas Replay. Recent winners of this race include The Autumn Sun, Kementari, Hallowed Crown, Dissident and Dundeel who have all retired to Stud.

 

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