BLOODSTOCK DESK: Galileo filly top lot on day one of Inglis Yearling Sale.Byline: Rachel Pagones & Amy Bennett
A FILLY filly
young female horse up to first breeding or 4 years, then a maiden mare. Called filly foal up to weaning, then weanling filly to 1 year, then yearling filly to 2 years. by Coolmore's dual Derby winner Galileo attracted a top bid of A$200,000 (pounds 84,551) on a strong first day of the Inglis Classic Yearling Sale in Newmarket, Australia yesterday.
The second foal foal
a junior horse from birth to one year. May be filly foal, colt foal.
see enzootic equine incoordination. out of the Marauding ma·raud
v. ma·raud·ed, ma·raud·ing, ma·rauds
To rove and raid in search of plunder.
To raid or pillage for spoils. mare Queen's Suite, a half-sister to Group 2 winner and stakes producer Regal Chamber, the filly was knocked down to owner-breeder Dr Edmund Bateman from long-time vendor Fred Peisah's Lomar Park Stud. A total of seven horses fetched six-figure sums, four of them by Coolmore sires: one each by Galileo and Danehill Dancer and two by Choisir.
While an aggregate of A$7,302,500 (pounds 3,087,157) was down, with fewer horses sold compared to last year, the average price of A$39,261 (pounds 16,598) for 186 horses sold was up by 9.8 per cent. The sale continues today.