Yulong general manager Vin Cox has revealed that the burgeoning Victorian breeding outfit will reduce its broodmare band significantly this year.

Yulong has made a heavy splash in Australia since it purchased its Nagambie farm in February 2018, to the point where its principal, Yuesheng Zhang, is the biggest bloodstock investor in the world.

For the past five years, Yulong has increased its presence in Australia to the point, where it stands seven stallions and houses a broodmare band that numbers around 650 on four farms. 

Prolific southern hemisphere mare purchases have included the multimillion-dollar acquisitions Melody Belle, Isotope and Baggy Green, In Her Time, Unforgotten and Viddora.

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