2021 Magic Millions National Yearling Sale Online

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Progeny by Australia's leading sires will feature in an outstanding catalogue unveiled online today for the 2021 Magic Millions Gold Coast National Yearling Sale which includes a smorgasbord of siblings to stakes horses and youngsters out of stakes performed mares.

No fewer than 125 individual sires, including the top 10 on the Australian Sires Premiership, are represented in a quality line up of 596 lots to go under the hammer from June 1 to 3.

Represented sires in 2021 include Written Tycoon, Not a Single Doubt, I Am Invincible, So You Think, Snitzel, Zoustar, Fastnet Rock, Exceed and Excel, Sebring, All Too Hard, Pierro, Savabeel, Nicconi, Redoute's Choice, Frankel, Capitalist, Flying Artie, Shalaa, Extreme Choice as well as progeny by 20 exciting first season sires.

No fewer than 89 youngsters catalogued are products of black type mares - including 27 from Group winners as listed below including dual Group I winner Srikandi, whose second foal is exciting I Am Invincible filly Billiondollarbaby, who made it two wins in as many starts when saluting at Warwick Farm on Wednesday, read about her here.

 
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Grade

Stakes winner

Description

Sire

Lot

G1

Allez Wonder

Chestnut filly

More Than Ready

1654

G1

Rena's Lady

Bay or brown filly

American Pharoah (USA)

1524

G1

Serious Speed

Chestnut filly

Snitzel

1548

G1

Soriano (NZ)

Bay filly

Snitzel

1573

G1

Srikandi

Bay filly

American Pharoah (USA)

1577

G2

Chintz (NZ)

Brown filly

Invader

1970

G2

Doremifasollatido (USA)

Bay colt

Capitalist

1742

G2

French Emotion

Bay colt

Zoustar

1777

G2

Legless Veuve (NZ)

Bay or brown colt

Fastnet Rock

1411

G2

Miss Pelear (NZ)

Brown colt

Spirit of Boom

1449

G2

Serena Miss (NZ)

Brown colt

I Am Invincible

1547

G2

Tiamo Grace

Bay filly

Impending

1601

G2

Wawail

Bay colt

Spirit of Boom

1624

G3

Almighty Girl

Bay filly

Shalaa (IRE)

1655

G3

Augusta Proud

Bay or brown colt

Russian Revolution

1680

G3

Beethog

Bay filly

Zoustar

1688

G3

Beirut

Brown colt

Written Tycoon

1689

G3

Estonian Princess

Bay colt

Flying Artie

1760

G3

Fillydelphia

Chestnut colt

The Mission

1772

G3

Jazz Song

Chestnut colt

American Pharoah (USA)

1823

G3

Leveller

Chestnut colt

Maurice (JPN)

1414

G3

Marheta

Chestnut filly

Spieth (NZ)

1436

G3

Maslins Beach

Chestnut colt

Star Witness

1438

G3

Murjana

Bay colt

Sooboog

1460

G3

Neena Rock

Bay filly

Spirit of Boom

1465

G3

Reilly Lincoln

Bay filly

Merchant Navy

1521

G3

Royal Tithe

Bay filly

Snitzel

1538



There are also siblings to 69 stakes-winners including 17 Group I and II winners as listed below highlighted by the half-brother to 2021 ATC George Ryder Stakes winner Think It Over.

2021 G1 George Ryder Stakes winner Think It Over has a half-brother catalogued for sale.

Grade

 

Stakes winner

Relation

Sire

Lot

G1

 

Think it Over

Half brother

Exosphere

1494

G2

 

Cosmic Force

Three quarter sister

Deep Field

1822

G2

 

Frolic

Half brother

Maurice (JPN)

1414

G2

 

Glistening

Full sister

Zoustar

1688

G2

 

Gold Standard

Three quarter brother

Sebring

1819

G2

 

Hypnos

Full brother

Reliable Man (GB)

1508

G2

 

Majestic Music

Half sister

Divine Prophet

1520

G2

 

Miss Rose de Lago

Half brother

Merchant Navy

1723

G2

 

Mount Pleasant

Half brother

Sebring

1415

G2

 

Not an Option

Half sister

Invader

1970

G2

 

Paradee

Half brother

Pride of Dubai

2009

G2

 

Pretty Brazen

Half sister

American Pharoah (USA)

1502

G2

 

Quantum Mechanic

Half brother

Sebring

1415

G2

 

Riva de Lago

Half sister

Star Turn

1676

G2

 

Sedanzer

Three quarter brother

Sebring

1609

G2

 

Sertorius

Half sister

American Pharoah (USA)

1502



The sale will provide buyers with an incredible opportunity to buy a youngster eligible for the $12.895 million Magic Millions Race Series. 

Many lucrative bonus opportunities will be available to buyers with 413 lots being BOBS eligible. 

"This sale has produced stars all around the world," Magic Millions Managing Director Barry Bowditch said. "The highest rated horse to have ever raced in Singapore, a New Zealand Horse of the Year and winners of races like the Golden Slipper, Australian Oaks and Victoria Derby have all been purchased from the National Yearling Sale."

To view the online catalogue for the 2021 Magic Millions Gold Coast National Yearling Sale click here.
 

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