A rare gem indeed is the offering, a share in the ‘world’s hottest young stallion’ Extreme Choice at the 2022 Inglis Chairmans Sale this Friday, 6 May at Riverside Stables.
Now the Leading Second Season Sire by Stakes Winners and Champion First Season Sire for 2021-22, he has a brilliant 18.4% stakes winner to runners, with his yearlings selling up to $825,000.
‘By every metric, he’s the best young stallion in the Southern Hemisphere,’ said Newgate Farm’s Henry Field, ‘and to have had four Gr1 performers, and to Golden Slipper winner Stay Inside.’
In following, Inglis’ Senior Bloodstock Consultant Harry Bailey stated ‘we’re fortunate to offer breeders great opportunities to be part of the extraordinary Extreme Choice success story.’
With Stay Inside being his first Gr1 winner, he had She’s Extreme recently win the Champagne Stakes, along with Tiger of Malay, Extreme Warrior, Espiona, Extreme Flight and Xtremetime.
Consider the best ever Blue Diamond Stakes winner, Extreme Choice also won the AJ Moir Stakes as a 3YO, and has generated the pre-potent Not a Single Doubt-Redout’s Choice-Danehill line.
The Extreme Choice story continues at Riverside on Friday, with She’s Extreme’s dam Keysbrook being managed by Brett Howard’s Randwick Bloodstock Agency for Glenesk Thoroughbreds.
Having missed to Astern, Keysbrook is a Gr2 placed winner up to 2100m, with both She’s Extreme and four-times winner Ruru sold for $275,000 for $250,000 at the Australian Easter Yearlings.
In addition, there’s the stakes Encosta de Lago mare Perfect Persuasion in-foal to Extreme Choice, in having two stakes performers, with her Russian Revolution filly making $420,000 at Easter.
Also in-foal to Extreme Choice is Geist’s Medaglia D’Oro half-sister Shadow on account of Coolmore, the stakes winner Skate To Paris and Triple Chelsea, the US Keeneland multi listed winner.
A rare offering is also from the world’s leading breeders Juddmonte, who are offering three top-line British mares in-foal to Frankel and Kingman, all under the management of Twin Hills Stud.
However, Lot 100 is the Gr2 winning Deep Field 5yo Quantum Mechanic, a half-sister to Gr2 winner Mount Pleasant, family of Nettoyer, Abbey Marie, Absolutely and Kinshasa No Kiseki.
Given the expansion of the Chairman’s catalogue from 66 last year to 100, Inglis Bloodstock CEO Sebastian Hutch was highly enthusiastic in expressing it’ll be ‘another memorable evening.’
‘The dams of the likes of Home Affairs, Loving Gaby, Stay Inside, Shout The Bar, Nettoyer were bought at the sale prior to their Gr 1 success, so in short it’s established a formidable reputation.’
‘The Gr1 winners Shout The Bar and Daysee Doom head some 53 fillies or mares that are black type performers or producers with a total of 24 mares also being totally free of Danehill blood.’
‘Our focus when putting the catalogue together is to consider carefully what the market wants, so there is tremendous variety across the book, with 85 of the mares under the age of 10.’
In addition, there’s the likes of Ellicazoom, Ms Catherine, Madam Legend, Yes Baby Yes, Vanna Girl, See You In Spring, Night Raid, More Prophets, Crack The Code, Hard Rock Girl, Only Words, Queen Of Dubai, Petition, Sheezdashing, Imposing Lass, Ecumenical, Flying Ice, Semari etc.
With mares carrying pregnancies to I Am Invincible, Snitzel, Exceed And Excel, Written Tycoon, Fastnet Rock, Zoustar, Pierro, Shamus Award, Street Boss, So You Think, Extreme Choice, Capitalist, Deep Field, Wootton Bassett, Farnan, Bivouac, plus Frankel, Kingman, Medaglia d’Oro, Lope de Vega, Mehmas.
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