Grenville Stud, a renowned Tasmanian-based thoroughbred breeding operation, has emerged as the leading vendor by average sale price (min. 3 lots sold) at the Inglis Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale, with an impressive average sale price of $233,333 across three lots sold.
This is a significant achievement for Grenville Stud and a testament to the quality of their breeding program.
The Inglis Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale is one of the most important events on the Australian thoroughbred sales calendar, attracting buyers from around the world. The sale is a showcase for the best yearlings from Australia and New Zealand, and vendors compete fiercely to secure top prices for their offerings.
Grenville Stud’s success at the sale is a result of its long-standing commitment to breeding top-class thoroughbreds. The stud has been producing high-quality horses for over 30 years, and their success at the Inglis Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale is a reflection of the expertise and dedication of the stud’s team.
What is particularly exciting about Grenville Stud’s success at the sale is the boost it provides to Tasmanian racing and breeding. Tasmanian-bred horses have a long and proud history in Australian racing, with champions such as Mystic Journey, who won the Group One Australian Guineas in 2019.
The quality of the horses produced by Grenville Stud and other Tasmanian breeders is evident in the prices achieved at the Inglis Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale, and buyers can be confident in the pedigree and potential of these horses.
Congratulations to Graeme & Bart McCulloch along with the whole Grenville team, their success again highlights the quality of horses produced by Tasmanian breeders and encourages buyers to consider Tasbred horses for their racing or breeding programs.