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The Inglis Premier sale proved again this sales season that leading trainers love Fierce Impact's progeny.

On completion of the Premier Sale, Fierce Impact had five yearlings go through the ring in Book 1 at an average of $132,500 - nearly 10x his service fee - with a top price of $310,000 for Lot 22 ex Tinga.

Three more yearlings were offered in the Showcase session with two sold for an aggregate of $82,500 and an average of $41,250 - another healthy return on investment for breeders that supported the stallion.

Overall across both books of the sale, eight Fierce Impact yearlings were offered and six sold at an average of $102,000!

Trainers that have supported Fierce Impact so far include Ciaron Maher, Lindsay Park, Michael Freedman, Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young, Nick Ryan, Andrew Noblet and Donna Logan; with his first crop in such good hands Fierce Impact's first crop will have every chance to make a big noise on the race track. If you haven't purchased a yearling by Fierce Impact yet don't worry! Eight yearlings will be offered at the Adelaide Magic Millions Sale starting March 18, with a highlight colt confirmed for the revered Inglis Easter Yearling Sale starting April 7th.

More information can be found via our 2024 Buyer's Pack below.

Leneva Park buyer's guide 2024 LR
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