First look at APG Sale via Facebook Live

18 January 2021 | RQ Media

With a breathtaking line-up of 53 lots (49 pacers and 4 trotters) showcasing the finest quality yearlings Queensland has to offer, The Creek will be the place to be on Sunday, January 31.   

The opportunities for investors in Harness acing right now with APG’s massive $350,00 in local prize money, has never been better. This is the sale where insightful and shrewd buyers understand the unmatched combination of ownership bonus’s and incentives that APG / QBRED yearlings bring to the track.

This acclaimed race series not only has $350,000 of local prize money on offer, but in addition an incentive scheme for QBRED-eligible horses sees a first-win bonus set at $12,000 at any age, regardless of how many interstate wins they may have had.

A further $7,500 cash bonus is also on offer for their first Queensland win in a subsequent season, meaning the opportunities for investors in harness racing right now have never been better than in Queensland.

To celebrate the wonderful efforts the Queensland breeders have done compiling this quality line up, we invite you to join us on Monday the January 18 at 7pm for the very first Facebook live look at these very special yearlings in the draft for APG Brisbane 2021.

These outstanding yearlings have been filmed for the benefit of those looking to get an early start on working out their selections. 

As a result of the $350, 000 in local prize money, we are expecting unprecedented levels of interest from both local and interstate followers of the sport.

This exceptional catalogue, and the sire power used, indicates breeders willingness to invest in the sports leading sires, with progeny by:

  • American Ideal (Lots 18, 32, 51)
  • Always B Miki (Lots 15,40,44)
  • Art Major (Lots 2,5,29,33,35,46)
  • Betting Line (Lots 1,4,27,38,45,49)
  • Bettors Delight (Lot 25)
  • Captaintreacherous (Lots 3,10a,39)
  • Roll With Joe (8,14,16)

Please come and celebrate the exciting opportunities now available in Queensland with us and support the efforts of the breeders and consignors in this state. 

We invite you to join us at Albion Park on Sunday January 31 from 8am for a complimentary breakfast, followed by free beverages from 11am to 12:05pm.

We will have online and telephone bidding options available if you are unable to attend.

John Coffey will be inspecting all of the Brisbane yearlings on sales day, and will be pleased to answer any questions that you may have on the individuals featuring in the sale, or to bid on your behalf.  John can be contacted on 0418 500 211.

Please contact Linda Graham on 0428 955 998 via email and she’ll be pleased to assist you with your online registrations, pre- bidding sale approvals or to answer any other questions that you may have on your travel and accommodation needs.


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