Bidding Open for MM Online

Media Release - Tuesday June 2

Bidding is now open for the Magic Millions Online Sale (2-4 June) with an outstanding line up of stock up for sale including G1 winning mares Bel Mer and Linky Dink.

Comprising over 130 lots the online auction includes a reduction sale from Goldin Farms featuring a quality line up of weanlings and broodmares to be offered without reserve.

Among those lots are Group One winners Bel Mer and Linky Dink and group performers Insurgent, Flying Success, Marchelle Belle and Mayneda Strategy as well as the dams of Group One winner Amphitrite, stakes winner All Too Royal and Hong Kong's rising star Like That. 

The Goldin Farms draft will include 13 unreserved weanlings, 11 by outstanding sire Akeed Mofeed as well youngsters by Pierro and Zebedee. 
French multiple Group winner Spinning Memories is in the sale.

Multiple group winning French mare Spinning Memories and group performed local Lunar Light are being offered as racing and breeding propositions and look incredible opportunities for prospective buyers.

Bhima Thoroughbreds have consigned 22 lots to the sale - 17 of which are unreserved. The draft comprises 16 weanlings, four broodmares and two yearlings.

The Bhima weanlings include youngsters by All Too Hard, Capitalist, Dissident, Dundeel, Exosphere, Impending, Rubick, Russian Revolution, Sebring, Spieth and Written Tycoon.

Other horses up for the sale at the Magic Millions Online (2-4 June) Sale include stakes winning broodmares Lucha Libre and Judged and a yearling half sister to unbeaten Melbourne juvenile sensation Aidensfield.

The lots will begin selling from 12pm (AEST) on Thursday while the closing time for bids for Spinning Memories will be from 10pm (AEST), 1pm (BST), 2pm (CEST), 8am (EDT).

To view the catalogue, register and bid please click here
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