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INGLIS EASTER YEARLINGS 2017 Concludes on Massive Highs

07 Apr 17

The final day of action saw seven Lots sell for $1 million or more, resulting in the 2017 Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale ending as the "second greatest" in the company’s 150 year history.

Upon the sale’s conclusion the average was $355,875 (a 26% year-on-year increase) with the median at $260,000 (a 30% year-on-year increase) and clearance rate at an extremely healthy 85%.

In a stunning three days which saw a buying bench gather from all corners of the globe, records were set across the board including:

• Arrowfield Stud’s $20,040,000 gross is the highest ever for a vendor at an Australian Yearling Sale, beating the previous record set in 2008

• There have been 22 yearlings sell in Australasia in 2017 for $1 million or more, of which 18 have come at Inglis and 17 at this Easter Sale alone

• 17 Yearlings selling for $1 million or more in one sale is the third highest, behind 2008 Easter (28 Lots) and 2007 Easter (23)

• Record prices have been set for the progeny of Medaglia d’Oro ($2.4m), I Am Invincible ($1.6m), Sebring ($1.4m), Not A Single Doubt ($1.25m), Exceed And Excel ($1.2m), Written Tycoon ($1m) and Zoustar ($1m)

• The sale average of $356,755 is second-highest Easter average ever

Vendors were again the big winners, with almost half enjoying a 100% clearance rate.

Record-setters Arrowfield topped the Gross figures by more than $11 million, while Segenhoe Stud were leaders by average, selling 10 Lots at an average of $650,000.

On Day 3 alone Arrowfield sold five Lots for $1 million or more, including the overall sale-topper Lot 333, a Redoute’s Choice x Secluded brother to Blue Diamond runner-up Pariah, which Sheikh Mohammed bin Khalifa Al Maktoum paid $2.5 million.

Arrowfield sold seven Lots in total for $1 million or more from their 34 sales over the three days, ending with a 92% clearance rate.

“Inglis put together a very strong buying bench so all credit must go to them in all honesty,’’ Arrowfield’s John Messara said.

“We bought a very strong product to market but Inglis bought the market together from all around the world and when you get a strong product and a strong market, you get maximum results.

“We had the product that was in demand and the market was there for it. We’re very fortunate.’’

On the $2.5 million sale-topper, Messara wasn’t surprised the colt attracted significant attention from the buying bench.

“I was expecting a big price but I didn’t know what that price would be,’’ he said.

“It’s fitting that Redoute’s should top the sale too because he’s been leading sire here for so long now.’’

Leading buyer by Lots purchased was Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott with 14 Lots, while by aggregate was Shadwell Stud with $5,755,000.

The leading sire by aggregate was Snitzel ($20,425,000 – average $537,500) with a remarkable 38 of his 39 progeny offered selling, while by average was Not A Single Doubt at $750,000 from three sales.

Inglis Managing Director Mark Webster stated:

“There has never been a stronger message to vendors that Inglis is the clear market leader and continuing to increase that lead, and that’s something all of us here work very hard toward achieving and are extremely proud of.”

“Easter has always been one of the world’s top sales and it’s never been more evident than this year.

“With buyers from all around the world including Japan, North America, Hong Kong, China, New Zealand, South Africa, the Middle East and of course Australia, it’s created an unbelievably strong marketplace and the results have been evident.’’

Webster made special mention of the vendors, all of whom provided an exceptional catalogue of yearlings.

“I would like to thank all the vendors who supported this sale with an outstanding group of young horses,’’

“There is no doubt we will see the graduates of this sale go onto great things all over the world when they hit the racetrack.''

From Dynamic Syndications position, we were unable to add to our stable at this sale as the prices on the lots we were interested in were well beyond our valuation of each lot. We simply were not prepared to chase yearlings once their value had been reached.



Lots Sold: 303 (349) down 46 yearlings

Clearance Rate: 85% (84%) up 1.18%

Average Price: $355,875 ($283,489) up $72,386 : up 25.53%

Median Price: $260,000 ($200,000) up $60,000 : up 30%

Top Price: $2.5 million ($2.3 million) up $200,000

Gross: $107,830,000 ($98,937,500) up $8,892,500 : up 8.88% (less 46 yearlings sold)

SESSION 2 (non-select / ungraded)

Lots Sold: 49 (91) down 42

Clearance Rate: 74% (80%) down 7.5%

Average Price: $121,122 ($88,407) up $32,715 : up 37%

Median Price: $90,000 ($75,000) up $15,000 : up 20%

Top Price: $640,000 ($300,000)

Gross: $5,935,000 ($8,045,000) down $2,110,000 : down 26.2% (less 42 yearlings sold)

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5 starts for 2 wins is impressive no matter how you look at it. However what is remarkable about our mare ALWAYS FLUSHED efforts is that she was long odds that she would ever race after suffering major bone chips in both knees but good horse husbandry and management set about resurrecting our horse that had shown ability in training but was off too the surgeon before her first race start.

With the vet at the time not prepared to give any encouragement of a positive return, the prognosis for the future was guarded to poor.

After many months of rehab, the team at Dynamic convinced the owners to send ALWAYS FLUSHED to Barbara Joseph & Paul Jones at Canberra based on their excellent attention to detail and horse care.

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A Day With Gai Waterhouse Episode 31

24 Mar 17

Autumn is well and truly upon us with jackets and vests required for the first time in a long time at trackwork this week.

On Thursday morning 23 March, we filmed Episode 31 in our Dynamic series “A DAY WITH GAI”.

Attending at 5:30am for the start of the morning trackwork session, Adam Watt was there to watch half a dozen of our Dynamic Syndications horses go through their paces and at the same time, we identify some of the “flash” workers from Gai’s stables.

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3yo Filly SAVAPINSKI Sparkles for Dynamic Owners in Debut Win

13 Mar 17

We've all heard that saying "Patience is a Virtue" however in racing, it's more often a truism.

Patience is the easiest thing to have and ..... the most cost effective. When the time comes, the rewards can be spectacular.

The "old hard heads" of racing understand this position however it's not as simple for owners (especially new owners) to understand why it's often a requirement to give a horse time to mature and "grow into themselves."

It simply just sounds like racing jargon to many, as excitement and anticipation in the early days wanes, because the horse comes in and out of training but doesn’t make it to raceday.

Dynamic Syndications sincerely thank our Top Team of Owners of SAVAPINSKI who never lost sight of the big game and were patient and tolerant, as we molded SAVAPINSKI into a racing prospect. They have been well rewarded for their faith in the system.

Such was the case on Saturday at Newcastle. Exciting 3yo filly SAVAPINSKI (by Savabeel ex Swarovski by Pins) gave her owners a thrilling debut on the racetrack when scoring with a determined display of courage, strength and natural talent.

A filly purchased to run up to 2000m as an autumn 3yo and spring 4yo, SAVAPINSKI headed up the highway from Randwick to Newcastle to debut over 1200m. This event was considered a nice stepping stone for the filly to give her exposure to travelling to the races and raceday rituals. On the strength of her two trials including a recent trial win, the stable was confident the filly would run well however we all acknowledged that as the race distances increase the filly will be better placed.

We had trailed at Randwick over 739m mid-February but then changed tact and elected to trial the horse again 11 days later on 27/2 at Wyong over the shorter 845m rather than at Randwick over 1200m. The decision was made to give the filly a trip away and help the education process. Also by only trialling over the 845m it made a natural progression to a 1200m debut rather than a 1400m.

We had identified this race at Newcastle along with another race 4 days later at Gosford, however despite believing the upcoming Wednesday race may be a better technical placement, early forecasts of heavy rain ahead of the race, swayed our decision to run at Newcastle.

This Newcastle race also had some interesting form lines coming into the event, based upon previous starts and trials of her peers. With an obvious favourite in the race, we were confident that our filly would run well but realistically, a placing would be a good result over this short 1200m.

Did we dare to dream? We honestly knew our filly had ability - but how much?

Well now we know - she seems to have the level we always thought she had, evidenced by what she has shown at training, now living up to raceday.

This was a tough win by a courageous filly. It certainly wasn't the win of a "princess."

It was the win of a "street fighter". It was a tough, grinding, bash 'em up and break their hearts win, from a filly already wanting further than this 1200m trip.

SAVAPINSKI looked a class above them in the pre-parade ring. However whenever a race has multiple runners from one stable, including the short priced favourite, connections of other runners have to be wary of how the pattern of the race may unfold.

Not only did we have this threat to contend with, we also had to deal with an awkward barrier 6 in a field of 12, we were a 3yo filly, on debut, taking on older race experienced mares and raced 3yo's.

KEAGAN LATHAM - Rode our filly to victory at his first day riding in Australia

Then there was another question mark. Our rider Keagan Latham who has been riding work at Tulloch Lodge for several months since coming from South Africa, was having his first raceday rides in Australia. However we were all comfortable with Keagan as he has ridden hundreds of winners back home including a Gr1 winner.

As the field was loaded and were ready to go, SAVAPINSKI was sitting back in the barrier and was a fraction slow to jump away. Riding to be positive in the first 200m, Keagan drove SAVAPINSKI into forward spot but from barrier 6 was in an awkward spot 4 deep on pace. Keagan showed his years of experience and decided to go forward and find the fence.

At the 1000m, Keagan pushed the accelerator and SAVAPINSKI landed across on the paint. Controlling the tempo nicely from up front with the favourite, one pair back the fence on our back, getting a dream run.

The field ran along without change until starting the swing into the home straight. SAVAPINSKI lead for home but Keagan steered the filly one off the fence. This was risky because it allowed the gap for the favourite to sneak through on the fence. Noire hadn't spent a penny and when the gap came, it moved up strongly to SAVAPINSKI and seemed to get its head in front.

With 200m to run, the favourite Noire was eyeballing SAVAPINSKI in a driving, take no prisoners attitude between the pair.

However SAVAPINSKI and Keagan would not be denied. Under vigorous riding our filly took control and held out a determined Noire to score by a short neck with one and three quarter lengths back to third.

Post-race, Adam from Dynamic spoke with Keagan who reported how well the filly went, how courageous she was and how strong she was through the line. Keagan was confident the further the trip, the stronger she will be.

SAVAPINSKI is a 1/2 sister to Gr2 placed 4yo MULTIFACETS (by O'Reilly), a winner of 4 races from 1550m to 2000m.

Dynamic purchased SAVAPINSKI from the NZ Bloodstock Karaka Yearling Sale in 2015. At that stage MULTIFACETS was unraced.

Whatever the future holds for this filly, our owners look like they could have some fun times ahead.

Well done and thanks to GAI, ADRIAN and all the Team at Tulloch Lodge.

Congratulations to SAVAPINSKI’s Team of Owners:

Dynamic Syndications Racing Syndicate (Mr D W Watt (Mgr)), Mr D C Batchelor, Mrs K P Batchelor, Mr M C Davey, Mr D L Wilton, Triquetra Spirit Syndicate (Mr S O'Shea (Mgr), Mrs L O'Shea, Mr C J Sheehan, Mr E Fuller, Mr R B McKay, Mr I J Middleton, Ms A A Bradley, Dr M G Purcell, Mrs M A Stocks, Mr L S Oades, Tiding Syndicate (Mr T W Buckley (Mgr)) , Mr R G Bravington, Mr B K Miles, Mr J Naumovski, Mr N K Earl, Mr R W Wray.


Race 4, Prosperity Health 3yo and Upwards, Fillies & Mares 1200m Maiden Handicap.

Number 4, Barrier 6/12, 57.5kgs, Soft 7, Time: 1:10.46, Last 600m: 0:34.01

Margin 0.21 Len x 1.76 Len

Track Soft 7 was upgraded from Heavy 8 @ 2:15pm.

SAVAPINSKI was Dynamic Syndications 165th Individual Winner from 182 Individual Runners (90.7%).

This was also our 16th Win for this season and our 479th Win since 2005.
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LONHRO Yearlings are in DEMAND

06 Mar 17

Champion sire Lonhro finished Book One of the Inglis Premier Yearling Sale in Melbourne as the leading stallion by average. Highlighted by a $440,000 colt, Lonhro led the way with a healthy average of $300,000 for his four lots sold over the three-day session.

Lonhro’s success continued on day two with lot 167, a colt from the Blue Gum Farm draft who was a brother to Gr3-placed Brockhoff for $440,000.
This was followed by lot 283, a colt out of Tahnee Tango from Milburn Creek selling for $260,000.

Lonhro’s first yearling to go through the ring on day three was a filly from Blue Gum Farm out of unraced mare Chalonne, a three-parts sister to Gr2 winner Innovation Girl and dam of Group winner Incumbent, who sold for $250,000.
Lonhro’s final lot of the day went for $250,000, a filly out of Five Star Belle who is a half-sister to Gr1 winner Aragen, catalogued as lot 481 from Lauriston Thoroughbred Farm.

These results follow on from 4 yearlings being offered in the Magic Millions for an average of $185,000 and Dynamic Syndications buying the only LONHRO offered in the Inglis Classic.

Whilst 7 lots are catalogued for the upcoming Inglis Easter Yearling Sale.
That’s only 16 yearling in Australia and 1 in NZ available from a foal crop of only 57 live foals. The balance being retained by their breeders.

There have been no other LONHRO progeny being offered in Australia in 2017. They are as rare as hen’s teeth.

DYNAMIC SYNDICATIONS purchased lot 538 at the Inglis Classic from NEWGATE FARM.

This was our only purchase at the sale. We went to the sale to only add a yearling if it was a top type with a top pedigree.

LONHRO needs no introduction with 706 winners, 66 Stakes Winners and 55 Stakes placed horses on his resume.

Our colt is from the Gr1 Winning sprinter IMANANABAA. She won 5 races 1 at 2 at 1200m to 1400m including the AuRC Railway Hcp. Gr1 and was multiple Gr1 placed.

As a broodmare our colt is IMANANABAA’s 5th foal, with 4 to race, 2 winners, 2 placed.

Such is the quality of this individual that NEWGATE FARM have purchased back into the colt to race as a co-owner with Dynamic Syndications, in the hope that with Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott, he may polish into a Stallion Prospect.

5% Shares in this quality colt are $7,650 inc GST and all costs to 31 July 2017.

To find out more contact Adam Watt on 02 9587 1511 or 0409 464 378 or visit

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Dynamic Syndications Purchase 2 Awesome Yearlings on Day 1 in Melbourne

26 Feb 17

It was a tough sale to be a buyer on Day 1 of the Inglis Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale. Prices were hot on the lots that were standouts, and they were subject to very competitive bidding.

With 7 yearlings for Day 1 which had passed a full vet inspection to bid upon, we were hopeful of being able to VALUE ADD to an already awesome book of yearlings we have secured in 2017.

By the close of the first day, from the 150 yearlings catalogued, we had purchased two (2) new yearlings to add to our Dynamic Team and are thrilled with what we secured.

Day 1 ended with a strong clearance rate of 81%, an average of $124,414 and a gross of $13,685,500.

The Blue Riband session was again a success, averaging $134,692 with a clearance rate of 84%.


Lots Sold: 110 (84)

Clearance Rate: 81% (89%)

Average Price: $124,414 ($106,190)

Median Price: $115,000 ($80,000)

Top Price: $620,000 ($675,000)

Gross: $13,685,500

BLUE RIBAND Section Lots 101 - 150

Lots: 50 (48)

Clearance Rate: 84% (91%)

Average Price: $134,692 ($183,410)

Median Price: $120,000 ($160,000)

Top Price: $300,000 ($460,000)

LOT 84) I AM INVINCIBLE x MOULIN ROUGE Bay Colt foaled 24 October 2015
$145,000 + GST = $159,500

A big, strong, well balanced individual with an excellent conformation, a loose walk and terrific overstep.

We had been looking to add a quality colt by the Hottest Sire in Australia but those that we had found of interest earlier in the year, had all sold well over our ceiling prices.

As for this individual, our vet Dr Tim Roberts advised us to make this colt “a high priority purchase” as it was arguably one of the best of 38 yearlings we had asked him to inspect on our behalf, at this sale.

With clean x-rays and clean endoscope and encouragement from our veterinarian, we made this colt our number 1 yearling to attack at the sale. We were delighted to secure him.

Our colt is both BOBS and SUPER VOBIS eligible, which is ideal for the GAI WATERHOUSE & ADRIAN BOTT Team as they have stables at Randwick and Flemington.

By the hottest sire in Australia: I AM INVINCIBLE – already with 18 stakes winners including Brazen Beau and this seasons 7 stakes winners - I AM A STAR, ILLUSTRIOUS LAD, VOODOO LAD, MOST IMPORTANT, INVINCIBLE STAR, INVINCIBLE GEM, ECKSTEIN and stakes placed HELLBENT, INVINCEBELLA.

He is currently in the top sires of Australia.

From MOULIN ROUGE (by Commands), 8 wins 1 at 2 from 990m to 1100m and twice stakes placed.

Our colt is her 3rd foal. She has had 2 foals to race, including GOLDEN PATCH (g by Sebring), winner at 1350m and since the catalogue was printed - recent 2yo black type performer CHATEAU GRIFFO (f by Sebring) – 3rd Blue Diamond Preview Gr3.

MOULIN ROUGE is a daughter of stakes-placed DANCE CLASS – 2 wins a 2 and stakes placed.

Bred on the I AM INVINCIBLE x DANZIG cross which has produced 6 of the 18 stakes winners (33%) including: BRAZEN BEAU Gr1, INVINCIBLE STAR Gr3, VINNIE EAGLE Gr3 BASSILLIQUE, ECKSTEIN, SUNDANCE.

LOT 117) AMERICAIN x PARIS TRYST Brown Colt foaled 20 August 2016
$85,000 + GST = $93,500

Wow what a colt ! By a Melbourne Cup Winner from the daughter of a Melbourne Cup Winner !

What are you doing on the first Tuesday in November in 2019-20-21? If you own a share in this colt you could well be trackside at Flemington. In the meantime, you may have won the VRC or ATC Derbies.

This colt is a stayer through and through, so it you are dreaming about the Golden Slipper this colt wouldn’t suit you – but if you want to win a Classics or the Cup, give this boy your full consideration.

Last year we purchased his Full-Brother which is named HOTEL AMOUR. He SOLD OUT in just 3 Days after he was released and this colt is expected to be just as quick to sell out.

Naturally he is unraced at this stage of his career but on his training and development we are convinced he has the ability to be an absolute superstar and wouldn’t swap him for any other.

So, when his younger full brother appeared in the 2017 catalogue we were “as keen as mustard” to inspect him. HOTEL AMOUR was one of the most expensive yearlings by AMERICAIN in 2016. We certainly appear to have received what we have paid for with HOTEL AMOUR.

When we saw this colt parade for us at the sale, he was “as good a sought” as his brother was the year before. We decided then and there we wanted him to join his brother and be Dynamic.

This colt has the pedigree to match his awesome looks.

He’s the seventh foal of the mare PARIS TRYST – she is the unraced daughter of LET’S ELOPE.

She has produced 5 foals to race, 3 winners and 2 placed to date including:

YULONG BABY - 5 wins and a stakes placed, Gr2 performer.

PARIS TRYST is a half-sister to Stakes Winners OUTBACK JOE, USTINOV, and to stakes-placed CAUGHT CAUGHTING, YES I WILL and to the dam of Stakes Winner LET’S MAKE A DEAL.

PARIS TRYST is a daughter of LET’S ELOPE 1991-92 Australian Horse Of The Year with 11 wins including the MELBOURNE CUP Gr1, AUSTRALIAN CUP Gr1, LKS MACKINNON STAKES Gr1, VRC TURNBULL STAKES Gr1, VATC CAULFIELD CUP Gr1, etc.

LET’S ELOPE produced 6 to race = 6 winners.

Bred on the DYNAFORMER x MR. PROSPECTOR cross which has produced 38 Stakes Winners including 13 Group 1 Winners.

Prices will be established in the next few days and documents will be submitted to Racing NSW for Approval. Once approval is granted the prices will appear online. Stay Tuned !
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A Day with Gai Episode 30

Today - Tuesday 21/2 we filmed Episode 30 in our Dynamic series "A DAY WITH GAI".

It was a lovely morning at Randwick and you can really start to feel the Autumn weather in the air.

Hall Of Fame Trainer Gai Waterhouse was once again more than generous with her time this morning as she discussed the team of Dynamic horses in work at Tulloch Lodge.

We welcome you to Episode 30 of "A Day With Gai"

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Dual Group 1 winner Global Glamour is back in the winner’s stall following a bold front running ride from Josh Parr in the Group 2 $200,000 Light Fingers Stakes (1200m) at Randwick on Monday.

Global Glamour was the star filly of the 2016 Spring Carnival with back to back Group 1 wins in the $500,000 Sydney Airport Flight Stakes (1600m) at Randwick and the $500,000 Schweppes Thousand Guineas (1600m) at Caulfield.

Co-trainer Gai Waterhouse, who trains in partnership with Adrian Bott, was pleased to see Global Glamour back in the winner’s circle and she is now on track to take on the older mares in the Group 1 $600,000 Coolmore Classic (1500m) at Rosehill on March 11.

“She looks set for a big campaign this Autumn with her main target being the Group 1 Coolmore Classic on the 11th of March,” Waterhouse said.

Parr had no hesitation it pushing Global Glamour ($2.25 favourite) forward from barrier twelve in the fourteen horse field and even thou the filly used plenty of energy to find the front at the 900m, she still had enough in reserve to hold off the fast finishing Foxplay ($12) by a nose in the shadows of the post.

The hot pace Global Glamour set up front also suited third placegetter Spright ($7) who was also making up plenty of ground in the run to the line.

Today’s win was Global Glamour’s fourth from eight starts and the first prizemoney cheque of $115,000 took her overall earnings to $1,135,500.

Dynamic Syndications has shares available in a range of High Quality Yearlings with the Gai Waterhouse Racing Stable.

For more info call Adam Watt on 0409 464 378 or visit
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