Gooree Park Stud Reduction for MM National Sale

Media Release - Tuesday July 7

One of Australia's most successful thoroughbred nurseries will hold a quality packed unreserved reduction sale at the upcoming Magic Millions National Sale at the Gold Coast.

Gooree Park Stud will present an almost 40 lot draft across the National Broodmare, Yearling and Racehorse Sale with race fillies to kick away the action on July 20.

The Mudgee based farm had originally catalogued a select draft for the sale but has now added 23 lots to boost their overall representation at the Southern Hemisphere's premier breeding stock auction.

Among the supplementary lots are six race fillies by sires including I Am Invincible, Snitzel, Lonhro and Smart Missile and six broodmares - five of them in foal to US Triple Crown winning champion American Pharoah.
Five Gooree mares are in foal to Triple Crown winner American Pharoah
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The yearling supplementary lots include colts by Exceed and Excel and Written Tycoon as well as half or full relations to stars including Your Song, Rock Sturdy, Romantic Touch and Burning Passion.

Racehorses include Group winner Gem Song, exciting gelding Rule the World and the lightly raced winners Awesome Lad and Mandirigma. Significant Rule, who was beaten a nose at its only start, is another exciting prospect.

Also featuring in the unraced racehorses are juvenile trial winners Noble Privilege (Lonhro) and Proximate Cause (More Than Ready).

The latest supplementary entries for the National Sale from Gooree Park Stud enhance what is shaping as a stunning line up of additional nominations for the important Gold Coast auction.
 
Aquis Farm have entered 22 supplementary lots including stakes mares in foal to sires including Lord Kanaloa, I Am Invincible, Written Tycoon and Lope de Vega and weanlings by Zoustar and Merchant Navy.

Other recent supplementary lots released include stakes performed race mares Teleplay, Jedaffair, Dyslexic, Schilldora, Selica and Seewhatshebrings and a half sister to Sharing in foal to Dundeel. 
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