$1.1million Written Tycoon Colt Sold by Kia Ora

Tara Madgwick - Wednesday April 7

Kia Ora Stud produced their second million dollar colt at Inglis Easter on Wednesday morning when the Written Tycoon colt from US Group II winner Dream Play (USA) fetched $1.1million.

The first seven figure result at this sale for Arrowfield Stud’s Written Tycoon, the colt was bought by Tom Magnier / James Bester Bloodstock and is a half-brother to Group II winner Zululand, who was sold at Inglis Easter in 2013 for $1.5million to Tom Magnier and China Horse Club.
 


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Dream Play has had no luck in her last two seasons at stud, but has left four foals to race and all are winners with stakes-placed Chicago Bull another of her offspring.

$1.1million Written Tycoon colt from Dream Play

This colt is the third Written Tycoon yearling to sell for $1million or more this year joining colts at Magic Millions (from Taqaseem for $1.2million ) and Inglis Premier (from Gybe for $1.1million)





 

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