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Wednesday, 16 January, 2019

Doncaster and Sydney the places to be on another hectic day

Lot 256 Born To Run outside her box before being sold to Newmarket trainer Hugo Palmer for 20,000 GuineasDoncaster Sales 1.9.11 Pic:Edward Whitaker
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The breeze-up season continues on Tuesday with Doncaster the place to be as a catalogue packed full of potential juvenile stars for the coming season goes under the hammer.

Yorkshire is far from the only focus though, with the second day of what has already been a blockbuster Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale taking place in Sydney.

Note that Doncaster's sale gets underway at 11am, not 10am as had previously been advertised.


Hereford (first race 1.40)

Southwell (2.00)

Hexham (2.20)

Dundalk (4.30)

Wolverhampton (5.45)

ANZ Bloodstock News

It is all about the Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale for our friends Down Under and ANZ Bloodstock News has everything you need to know about an explosive opening day that saw seven yearlings break the A$1 million barrier, including a son of Frankel.

Head to to download today's newsletter and subscribe to ensure you never miss out on your essential Australasian briefing. Make sure too to follow @anz_news on Twitter for the last updates from Sydney for the rest of the sale.

What to read

"It took me a while to get my eye in here, because I’ve just come from looking at those big American dirt horses and European types, but you know a racehorse when you see one."

Kerri Radcliffe teams up with Waterhouse to secure A$1.2m Snitzel colt

"The combination of breeze-up horses with older horses-in-training has proved to be a popular format and we are confident that we have a catalogue that will appeal to buyers from Britain, Ireland and further afield."

Tattersalls Guineas Breeze-Up and Horses in Training Sale catalogue out

What to watch

Racing returned to Longchamp this week. Take a look around the revamped course here.

If you missed any of the youngsters breezing at Doncaster yesterday, or want to take another look, you can catch up with everything here.

Final thought

As horses breezed at Doncaster on Monday, it was hard not to think of the amount of work that has gone into getting each of every one of them fit and ready to go for this week. The looked, as always, in tremendous condition, showcasing once again the dedication and professionalism of our stud and stable staff.

As horses breezed at Doncaster, it was hard not to think of the amount of work that has gone into getting each of every one of them fit and ready
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