Sale Preparation looming

Jan 31, 2014

The 2014 Inglis Melbourne Vobis Gold Yearling Sale approaches – two days of selling at the end of April and Ridgeview Park Thoroughbred Stud intend to make their mark.

Whilst the stud itself is a relative newcomer to the Victorian breeding scene, its proprietors Phil and Fiona Sloane certainly aren’t with over two decades each in the thoroughbred industry.

Already impressing clients with their dedication to their equine charges, the Sloanes are looking forward to the Vobis Gold Yearling Sale and are seeking horses to add to their draft.

“We can assure breeders the best of individual attention to their horses,” said Fiona Sloane.

Describing Ridgeview Park’s policy as one of “a personalized, caring service,” Sloane noted that their yearling sale preparation $44 a day flat rate with no commissions is extremely competitive.

“We appreciate the challenges breeders face when selling yearlings and want to make it as easy as possible for them,” Fiona said.

Taking into account the individual personalities of horses under their care, the Sloanes aim to present the yearlings at their absolute peak on sales day.

Also heading to the Inglis Melbourne Premier, the Adelaide Magic Millions and the Dubbo Yearling Sale, Ridgeview Park is conveniently located just over an hour from Inglis’ Oakland Junctions sales complex at Muskerry East, site of historic Sanctuary Lodge.

The attractive 350 acre property is home to the well credentialled stallions Best Choice, Golden Snake, Dr Doute’s, Illustrious Blue and Scintillo.