Yabby Dam Farms to offer export freight rebate

New Zealand buyers who purchase a yearling from Yabby Dam Farms' draft at the Nutrien Standardardbred Yearling Sale can receive up to $5000 to get the horse home thanks to a generous rebate being offered by YDF.

“Yabby Dam Farms (YDF) are pleased to announce a freight rebate for any YDF yearling purchase at the 2021 Nutrien Standardbred 2021 yearling sale, where the yearling is exported to New Zealand within 60 days following the Nutrient 2021 sale,” says Yabby Dam Farms proprietor Pat Driscoll.

“The export freight rebate will be A$500 per A$10,000 spend or part thereof, to a maximum of A$5,000, payable on receipt of a paid freight invoice.”

Yabby Dam Farms will present a world class draft of 33 yearlings to the Nutrien Standardardbred Yearling Sale, including 21 fillies, many from imported or outstanding local mares, many whose offspring are being offered for sale for the first time. The sale will be held in Melbourne on April 10 and 11. 

“These fillies in particular not only offer excellent racing prospects but will also represent outstanding broodmares opportunities, once their racing careers are finished,” Driscoll says.

The yearlings represent the cutting edge of breeding, with some superbly bred individuals for offer with pedigrees that would not look out of place on any international stage.

Yabby Dam Farms has assembled a wonderful band of trotting broodmares representing some of the finest families in the world from France, North America, Italy and also from the best colonial families, who are seeing a resurgence thanks to the world class stallions now available.

Stallions such as Father Patrick, Love You and Orlando Vici, whose progeny are constantly in the international headlines, are represented in the sale, as are the likes of Yabby Dam Farms boom resident French sire Used To Me, and Woodlands exciting resident sire What The Hill.

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