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.