Canford Cliffs Finds Favour at Inglis Premier

Canford Cliffs ex Tempest Tost conformation shot

The first progeny of Royal Ascot hero Canford Cliffs found favour at the 2015 Inglis Premier Yearling Sale with a colt and filly by the five-time Group I winner selling for $150,000.

A strongly built grey colt from stakes-winner Tempest Tost made $150,000 for Ampulla Lodge when secured by astute Newcastle trainer Paul Perry, who prepared his close Group I winning relation Notoire.

Huntworth Stud were well pleased with the sale of their filly from unraced Redoute’s Choice mare Lady of Choice that also made $150,000. She was bought by Inglis as agent and is a half-sister to stakes-winner Direct Charge.

Among the mares covered in Australia last spring at Blue Gum Farm by Canford Cliffs was Black Caviar’s dam Helsinge, so he;s not been lacking for quality partners on his Southern Hemisphere shuttle trips.

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