I Am Invincible Leads Covering Sires at MM National

Tara Madgwick - Thursday May 27

The record breaking Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale highlighted the demand for mares in foal to Yarraman Park’s champion sire I Am Invincible with the two highest priced mares on the final day of trade on Thursday both selling in foal to him.

Group I winning Foxwedge mare Volpe Veloce made $1.9million for the Newgate Consignment when snapped up by Sheamus Mills B'stock/Longwood T'bred Farm/Peter Morgan, while Yarraman Park consigned Taste of Heaven made $1.6million for her US based owners when bought by Mitchell Bloodstock.

Mares in foal to I Am Invincible were a hot commodity at the Gold Coast - click for more information.

In total, there were nine mares offered that were covered by I Am Invincible and eight were sold at an average $1,142,500.

I Am Invincible stands this spring at a fee of $220,000 making him the most expensive sire in Australia.

Top 20 Covering Sires (3 or more sold)
 

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Sire

2021 Fee

Sold

Average

I Am Invincible

$220,000

8

$1,142,500

Dundeel

$66,000

7

$672,857

Lonhro

$66,000

3

$620,000

Exceed and Excel

$165,000

9

$588,333

Too Darn Hot (GB)

$44,000

7

$547,143

Snitzel

$165,000

3

$476,667

Zoustar

$154,000

7

$412,857

Fastnet Rock

$165,000

3

$411,667

Deep Field

$88,000

15

$390,667

Blue Point (IRE)

$44,000

8

$328,125

Written Tycoon

$165,000

35

$286,429

So You Think

$77,000

10

$270,500

Brazen Beau

$49,500

5

$267,000

Trapeze Artist

$66,000

7

$251,429

Frosted (USA)

$44,000

7

$239,286

Epaulette

$16,500

8

$231,125

Pierata

$44,000

29

$230,069

Capitalist

$99,000

17

$194,412

The Autumn Sun

$66,000

4

$185,625

Shalaa (IRE)

$44,000

9

$181,111



 
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