Entries Open for 2022 Magic Millions Yearling Sale Series

Media Release - Thursday July 15

Magic Millions is excited to announce entries are now open for the 2022 Yearling Sales Series around Australia.

 
With six yearling sales across four states, the Magic Millions Yearling Sale Series is complemented by the world’s richest Race Series featuring the annual $10.25 million Gold Coast Raceday.

"We are extremely proud of the records achieved by all of our select yearling sales this year and we are excited about what 2022 could bring," Magic Millions Managing Director Barry Bowditch said.

"Unparalleled growth has seen the number of yearlings selling for $500,000 plus at the Gold Coast Yearling Sale increase by more than 42% in the last three years. No other yearling auction can boast such growth and no other sale can boast a 90% clearance rate from the largest Book 1 yearling catalogue in the Southern Hemisphere."
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"It's not just about the Gold Coast, the Magic Millions team brings that same infectious energy and expertise to selling yearlings at every level of the market around the country. Our yearling sales series is your yearling sales series," Bowditch added.

Entries are now open for the following auctions:

Gold Coast Yearling Sale – 11-17 January
Perth Yearling Sale – 14-15 February
Tasmanian Yearling Sale – 21 February
Adelaide Yearling Sale – 15-16 March
Gold Coast March Yearling Sale – 21-22 March
Gold Coast National Yearling Sale – 31 May-2 June

 
View the brochure for the 2022 Magic Millions Yearling Sales Series here. Nominations can be submitted now via the Online Entry Facility.

Entries close on Friday, August 13 for all sales except the National Yearling Sale which closes on March 11. For further information contact Magic Millions' Bloodstock Department on (07) 5504 1200 or email bloodstock@magicmillions.com.au.
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