Four Secured At Inglis Scone Yearling Sale

After an exciting two days of racing at the Scone Race Club, attention turned to the 2017 Inglis Scone yearling Sale at White Park, conducted on Sunday and Monday where Payne Racing were fortunate enough to secure four lots – two colts and two fillies.

The first yearling secured was from the draft of Bruce McHugh’s Tamalee Farm.

A colt by Arlington, a Group 1 performed half-brother to multiple Champion Sire Savabeel, the colt is out of the imported Danehill Dancer mare Dangerous Dancer, a three-quarter-sister to the Group 3 winning, Group 2 placed Amigoni.

The mare has had three foals to the races for The Sunbelt, an impressive winner in Malaysia as well as the Star Witness filly Sanasana who has been placed during her two-year-old season.

Pedigree for Lot 49: Arlington x Dangerous Dancer colt (pictured below), click here.


With opportunities available in this colt as well as the next mentioned colt, anyone who would like any further information should contact David on the below information.

Waiting till near the end of the first day of selling to purchase the second yearling, the bay colt from the draft of Group 1-producing vendor Sledmere Stud.

By Lope de Vega, a sire the Payne stable have had much luck with in the past, the colt is out of the Flying Spur mare Uneasy Silence, herself a three-quarter-sister to Group 2 winner Star Rolling, from the family of multiple stakes winners Frenetic, Tall Poppy and Fun On The Run.

Pedigree for Lot 191: Lope de Vega x Uneasy Silence colt (pictured below), click here.


Just two lots later, David purchased another yearling by Lope de Vega, this time a filly selling as Lot 193 from the draft of Amarina Farm.

Out of speedy Jetball mare Up’n’doing from the family of Group 1 winners Popsy and Rock’n’Pop, the impressive chestnut filly was a bargain purchase!

Pedigree for Lot 193: Lope de Vega x Up’n’doing filly, click here.

The final yearliung secured from the sale was another Lope de Vega filly, who was purchased only a few lots from the end of the two day sale.

Sold through the draft of Tareena Bloodstock, the filly is the first foal of the unraced Clangalang mare The Dark Heavens.

From an impressive black-type family which includes stakes winners in Australia and Hong Kong, the filly was also secured for an outstanding price.

Pedigree for Lot 256: Lope de Vega x The Dark Heavens filly, click here.

For further information on Lots 49 and 191, which have opportunities available in them, please contact the David Payne Racing stable via email [email protected] or calling 0412 651 505.

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