Sire: I'm All the Talk

Colour: Chestnut

Dam: Jester Ferrari

Sex: Filly

Age: 2

Foaled: Oct 03, 2021

Country: Australia

Just 25% REMAINS in this speedy looking filly by I’M ALL THE TALK out of 3-time winning TESTA ROSSA mare, Jester Ferrari.

In his short time at stud and from limited opportunities, I’m All The Talk was making the most of his chances, siring Stakes winners such as Watch Me Dance, All Banter, and our very own multiple metropolitan winner, WALKIN’TALKIN.

I’M ALL THE TALK was actually purchased as a yearling and syndicated by ELITE THOROUGHBREDS before being sold to stud. He won the Group 2 Skyline Stakes which qualified him for the Golden Slipper. He also ran 2nd in the Group 2 Shorts behind Group 1 winner, Terravista, and ran 4th in races like the Group 2 Silver Slipper Stakes and the Group 3 Concorde Stakes. Unfortunately, he passed away a short while ago and as a result, this is the last crop of his progeny being sold at sale.

We paid just $40,000 for I’m All The Talk at the Inglis Classic Sale.

Testa Rossa mare, JESTER FERRARI, was a handy mare who won three races. She hails from the family of 15 time winner and victor of the Group 1 Oakleigh Plate, SHEIDEL.

This filly will be nominated for the Magic Millions race series and Golden Slipper.

5% = $3,250 – 7.5% = $4,875 – 10% = $6,500

The above share prices include GST on purchase, sale expenses, Magic Millions race series & Golden Slipper nominations, breaking in & education, syndicate & registration fees until May 2023. Insurance is also included in the share price until January 2024.

This filly will be trainer by Multiple Group One winning trainer, Gary Portelli. Portelli has trained the likes of Golden Slipper winner She Will Reign, Rebel Dane & Gold Trail as well as Elite Thoroughbreds Stakes winners Testashadow, Sebring Sun, Straturbo & I’m All The Talk.

Dr Brett Warren conducted a physical, full x-ray review and scope pre-purchase. She was deemed as low risk.

We estimate that the following should be budgeted based on upkeep of the horse, being approximately $50k per year. This budget considers training fees, spelling fees, stable vet visits, floating cost & management fees. To ensure transparency, owners will be billed directly by suppliers according to shareholding. Figures provided below are overestimated:

2.5% = $30 per week over the course of the year

5% = $60 per week over the course of the year

7.5% = $90 per week over the course of the year

10% = $120 per week over the course of the year

Sale Comments: A very attractive filly. She looks like a filly that could possibly go early. A great example of an I’m All The Talk.

Current Status: She will head out for a short break after the sales before heading off to the breakers.

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