G1X Racing has moved to assist trainers by partnering to help them find owners for yearlings purchased from the Inglis Premier yearling sales this week.
The G1X Racing name was alongside trainers and syndicators on 11 yearlings across the three main days of Premier, with horses bought for prices from $65,000 to $260,000.
If interested in any of the G1X associated yearlings, prospective owners or interested parties can go to the www.G1x.com.au website to request more details on any of the available lots.
Lot 7: Pins-Flowerdrum filly bought for $120,000, half sister to listed race performer Sang Choi Bao. Bought by Jason Warren.
Lot 76: Bel Esprit-Jezeera Rose filly bought for $75,000, closely related to Clevadude and Tollesprit on a breeding cross similar to champion Black Caviar. Bought by Sam Pritchard-Gordon.
Lot 189: High Chaparral-Merryvale colt bought for $80,000, out of a Zabeel mare related to Spottswoode, Sixty Seconds and Australian Guineas favourite Xtravagant. Bought by Michael Hickmott Bloodstock.
Lot 219: Helmet-Munchie colt bought for $100,000, half brother to Autumn Stakes winner San Nicasio. Bought by Steve Brown. Only 40% available.
Lot 226: Choisir-National Anthem colt bought for $220,000 a three-quarter brother to champion Group 1 performer and sire Starspangledbanner. Bought by Brad Spicer thoroughbreds. S...