Cornerstone Annual Reduction for Magic Millions Online

Media Release - Thursday April 22

Magic Millions Online is set to once again feature a quality unreserved reduction from one of South Australia's leading farms.

Following last year's inaugural online reduction, Cornerstone Stud will present a quality 43 lot draft - comprising 13 weanlings, seven yearlings and 23 broodmares without reserve, among their 2021 Cornerstone Stud Annual Unreserved Reduction Sale.

"Last year's sale was a great success for Cornerstone Stud and a number of our loyal clients who participated," Cornerstone Stud Managing Director Sam Hayes said. "We are looking forward to presenting another quality line up in 2021 via the Magic Millions Online platform."

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"A number of our buyers in 2020 have already had great success with their purchases, whether they were weanlings, racehorses or broodmares and those opportunities will be here again."

Sir Prancealot

Featured in the sale are eight weanlings by resident Sir Prancelot as well as others by Grunt, Magnus, Rich Enuff, Needs Further and Ambidexter. Broodmares to be offered include those in foal to sires including Vino Rosso, Castelvecchio, Lean Mean Machine, Strasbourg, Valentia, Sir Prancelot and Ambidexter.

Videos, photos and independent assessments will be provided online for all lots and Cornerstone will throw open their door for on site inspections of lots on May 2, 3 and 4. To book an inspection please contact Cornerstone Stud on (08) 8561 0000.

Bidding for the sale will open on May 3 and close on May 5. Entries will close for all sellers on April 28 and in a great boost there will be no entry free or passed in commission on lots offered.

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