Star Studded MM National Sale Supplementary Boosted Again

Media Release - Thursday May 6

Star studded supplementary catalogues for the Magic Millions National Weanling and Broodmare Sales have been boosted again with a further 24 lots joining the Southern Hemisphere's leading breeding stock auction.

 
Group One winners Faint Perfume (served by I Am Invincible) and Yosei (served by Snitzel) are among seven outstanding supplementary entries joining the Widden Stud draft, as agent for Sun Stud. 
Group winning 3YO filly Chica Fuerte has been added to the MM National Sale - image Grant Courtney.

Other highlight supplementary lots for the National Broodmare Sale include this season's group winning three-year-old filly Chica Fuerte, group winner Divine Quality (served by Written Tycoon) and fellow stakes performers Cabernet (dam of Madam Rouge, served by Zoustar), Serenade (Exceed and Excel), Denpurr (Zoustar) and Prairie Star (Exceed and Excel).

Six of the mares from Sun Stud are proven stakes producers. Among them are the dams of Group One winner Politeness and fellow group winners Good Idea, Madam Rouge, Chains of Honour and Hawkshot.

Two outstanding stallion prospects Johannes Vermeer and Orderofthegarter, both sons of champion international sire Galileo, will go under the hammer as part of the Newgate Consignment while a share in Sooboog will join the catalogue.

The National Weanling Sale welcomes five new supplementary lots for the Coolmore Stud draft - by sires No Nay Never, Saxon Warrior and Vancouver. 

Final supplementary entries for the National Weanling and Broodmare Sales will close at 10am on Monday 10 May.
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