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Feek Racing, Racehorse Training in Mornington. David and Coral Feek.

Fancy something in the Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale Catalogue?


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Fancy something in the Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale Catalogue?

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Inspections are well underway for this weekends Inglis Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale and Team Feek will be actively covering the grounds at Oaklands Junction in search of their next stable acquisition. 

Fancy something in the Catalogue? (Link left) Take a look through the 770 lots on offer and touch base with David Feek to arrange an inspection on anything that catches your eye. The work has been done shortlisting throughout the catalogue and it's now time to hit the grounds and start physical inspections. The first session of the Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale commences at 12noon on Sunday 4th of March. Be sure to contact David or Coral directly (0403 883 377 and 0435 649 709) to arrange an appointment with something that catches your eye.

'I tend to target the Melbourne Premier Sale more than the other sales as you have a great selection of yearlings with many of them already Super Vobis Qualified. The Vobis money in Victoria is such an advantage to have'. Said David from his Mornington base.

'We purchased Magnorum who was a talented 3yo who is unfortunately no longer with us. His sister goes through the sales (Lot 770) on the last day so I will be looking at her and a few others closely over the coming days'. 

'We were lucky enough to secure a nice Brazen Beau filly for $100,000 at the Classic Sale in Sydney (below), so I am hoping we can secure something as promising as she was on type and pedigree. She is a beautiful type out of a Sale that is generally regarded a level below the Melbourne Premier Sale, so the market is expected to be highly competitive and it will come down to what represents the best value for money'.