Inglis has relocated 8 horses from BC3 Thoroughbreds which entered voluntary administration earlier this week.
Inglis CEO Mark Webster confirmed the $5 million half-brother to Black Caviar, which topped the 2013 Inglis Easter Yearling Sale, had not been fully paid for by BC3.
Apart from the record-breaking Redoute’s Choice colt, which was offered on account of Three Bridges Thoroughbreds (as agent), Inglis records show BC3 purchased the following yearlings at the Sydney Easter and Melbourne Premier Sales:
F Fastnet Rock – Gambei V-Coolmore Stud $710,000
C Encosta de Lago – Bella Maddelena V-Middlebrook Valley $200,000
F Shamardal – More Chickens V-Bell View Park $150,000
C Choisir – Fairchild V-Bell View Park $240,000
C Wanted – Dushanbe V-Kornong Stud $220,000
C Charge Forward – Julietiquette V-Woodside Park $80,000
C Manhattan Rain – Redoute’s Fever V-Arrowfield Stud $60,000
F Starcraft – Debra’s Joy Arrowfield Stud $40,000