Entries Open for Gold Coast 2YO's in Training Sale

Media Release - Friday July 10

Entries are now open for the 2020 edition of the most popular breeze up style auction in Australasia, the Magic Millions Gold Coast 2YOs in Training Sale.

 
The sale will be held at the Gold Coast on November 9 and 10 after four breeze up sessions at three venues around Australia.

Last year's sale was a resounding success with a record 36 lots selling for $100,000 or more as buyers returned to the auction where the graduates record real success.

Again the sale was the Australasian industry leader producing the highest clearance rate of 84%. The top price was $525,000 for a colt by No Nay Never.
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In 2019 the sale boasted an outstanding depth to the buying bench with successful bidders from six states and nine countries. All up there were 121 individual buyers for 191 lots sold.

Buyers love getting involved at the Queensland based breeze up auction following years of success with graduates winning at the elite level across Australia and abroad.

To nominate for the 2020 Magic Millions Gold Coast 2YOs in Training Sale click here. Entries close on August 21.

IMPORTANT DATES

Friday 9 October - Seymour Breeze Ups
Monday 12 October - Warwick Farm Breeze Ups
Tuesday 13 October - Gold Coast Breeze Ups
Friday 16 October - Breeze Up footage available online
Friday 6 November - Gold Coast Breeze Ups
 
Monday 9 November - Gold Coast 2YOs in Training Sale - Day One
Tuesday 10 November - Gold Coast 2YOs in Training Sale - Day Two
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