World-Class Quality from Ready to Run Sale Vendors
Breednet - Wednesday October 30

The number one Sale of its kind, NZB’s Ready to Run Sale of Two-Year-Olds is the unrefuted source of Stakes winners and performers purchased from 2YO Sales in Australasia.

Once again, professional vendors have outstanding drafts on offer at the 2019 Ready to Run Sale.

Mr ClintRiversley Park

In both 2017 and 2018, the title of leading vendor by aggregate went to Riversley Park. Established in only 2015 by Sam Beatson, the Ohaupo based operation already boasts stakes successes.

Mr Clint (NZ) (Power), who was a $95,000 purchase at the 2016 Sale, has won four races and more than S$1.27 million. His wins include the S$1 million Singapore Guineas (1600m), while he has placed in five stakes races including the S$1.35 million Singapore Gold Cup (2000m) and the S$1 million Singapore Derby (1800m).

Watch Sam’s Ready to Run Sale overview here.

Vin De DanceOhukia Lodge

Jamie Beatson operated Ohukia Lodge has rapidly become another prominent name among Ready to Run Sale vendor list.

Ohukia’s headline act has been Vin de Dance (NZ) (Roc de Cambes), who was bought for $70,000 at the 2016 Sale. He has won three races and more than $800,000, headed by the $1 million Group One New Zealand Derby (2400m) and the Listed Kaimai Stakes (2000m).

Phoenix Park

Able OneJanine Dunlop’s Phoenix Park is a respected name across all Sales at Karaka and boasts three Group One winners among its Ready to Run Sale graduates.

Able One (NZ) (Cape Cross) was bought for $270,000 at the 2004 Sale. He won 11 races and more than $5 million in a glittering Hong Kong career, headed by the Group One Hong Kong Mile (1600m) in 2011 and the Group One Champions Mile (1600m) in 2007 and 2010.

View the full catalogue and Breeze Up clips here.


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