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South Korean stallion buy tops Inglis finale

FLEMINGTON Group 1 winner Delago Brom will stand in South Korea after being sold at the Inglis Great Southern Sale in Melbourne, Australia, on Friday. The former Eliza Park stallion made A$80,000 (£52,500, €59,900).

Clangalang, who has been based at Eliza Park since 2004, was also catalogued but was withdrawn prior to the sale.

Top price among the breeding stock was seven year-old mare Docalady sold in foal to Magnus for A$36,000. The US-bred daughter of Stravinsky was purchased by Lauriston Thoroughbreds from Eliza Park acting as agent for Dorrington Farm's Rob Crabtree.

Blue Gum Farm sold Elusive Doll for A$33,000 to Oakford Thoroughbreds. TheBellotto mare is a winning sister to Reputed Groom (winner of the Group 3 Qld Tatts Cup) and a half-sister to South Australian Derby winner Hard To Get (by Geiger Counter). She was sold in foal to Astronomer Royal.

Friday's fourth and final session at Oaklands Junction grossed A$685,550 at a A$5,910 average. The clearance rate was 82 per cent.

The supplementary session grossed A$329,200 at a A$5,397 average.





Galileo £10,249,746
Dubawi £2,719,609
Dark Angel £2,638,817
Kodiac £1,983,476
Acclamation £1,974,593
Nathaniel £1,804,891
Sea The Stars £1,795,580
Frankel £1,761,713
Iffraaj £1,605,906
Invincible Spirit £1,578,791