Snitzel Leads The Way at the Gold Coast

Mark Smith - Sunday November 15

Buyers and vendors alike will have to go into immediate training to survive seven consecutive days of the Magic Millions yearling sale at the Gold Coast in January, which has attracted a catalogue of 1273 lots.

Snitzel has the most catalogued followed by the perennial favourites Zoustar, I Am invincible and Deep Field.

Snitzel

The final crop by stalwarts Redoute’s Choice and Sebring will go under the hammer.

Hellbent is the most represented first season stallion edging out Russian Revolution, Pariah and Merchant Navy.

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Most represented:

62 by Snitzel

60 by Zoustar

55 by I Am Invincible

54 by Deep Field

48 by Capitalist

47 by Spirit of Boom

45 by Written Tycoon

43 by Pierro

Other popular stallions;

24 by American Pharoah (USA)

10 by Redoute’s Choice (final crop)

20 by Exceed And Excel

14 by Lonhro

17 Not A Single Doubt

35 by So You Think

 18 by Fastnet Rock

13 by Savabeel

38 by Sebring

23 by Rubick

21 by Pride Of Dubai

13 by Dundeel

15 by Nicconi

18 by Winning Rupert

14 by Smart Missile

16 by Better Than Ready

15 All Too Hard

11 by Vancouver

10 by Astern

10 by Extreme Choice

16 for Flying Artie

9 by Maurice (JPN)

7 by Brazen Beau

12 for Epaulette

30 by Shalaa (IRE)

11 by Sooboog

11 by Star Turn

10 by Headwater

First Season stallions;

39 by Hellbent

35 by Russian Revolution

28 by Pariah

25 by Merchant Navy

18 by Caravaggio (USA)

15 by Invader

10 by Churchill (IRE)

10 by Speith

7 by Supido

7 by Impending

4 by Highland Reel (IRE)

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