Star-Studded National Weanling & Broodmare Catalogues Online

Media Release - Wednesday April 20

The Southern Hemisphere's finest line up of bloodstock will converge on the Gold Coast in late May with stunning catalogues released today for the Magic Millions National Weanling and Broodmare Sales.

The best Australian and international bloodlines come together for the breed shaping auction to commence with the first day of weanlings on May 19.
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The National Weanling Sale, comprising 393 outstanding youngsters, is the premier source of pin-hook success stories and racetrack stars.

An impressive line up of 24 young stallions will be represented by members of their first crop at the sale which boasts graduates including champion sires Pierro and Zoustar and last year's Golden Slipper winner Stay Inside.

To view the online catalogue for the 2022 Magic Millions National Weanling Sale click here.

The National Broodmare Sale, with 696 catalogued lots, will present Australasia's finest racefillies, maiden mares, young broodmares as well as proven producers from May 24. It's the youngest catalogue of all time with 56% of the catalogue either a maiden mare or carrying their first cover.

Day One of the National Broodmare Sale will feature an incredible line up of racefillies and maiden mares - 31% of all lots have already achieved black type.

The second and third days of the National Broodmare Sale features a catalogue covered by not only Australia's best, but also those from the Northern Hemisphere - with the likes of Camelot, Frankel, Kingman, Lope de Vega and Lord Kanaloa represented.

To view the online catalogue for the 2022 Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale click here.

"The National Sale has established itself as one of the world's great breeding stock sales and the catalogue for 2022 delivers again - it's a world class line up," Magic Millions Managing Director Barry Bowditch said.

"The support from owners, breeders and vendors across Australasia has enabled us to assemble a spectacular catalogue. Prospective buyers will be spoilt for choice across all levels of the market."
"World class bloodstock at Australia's holiday playground, there's no better place to be across May and June than the Gold Coast," Bowditch added.

Supplementary entries for the National Broodmare and Weanling Sales close on Friday 6 May.

The catalogue for the 2022 National Yearling Sale (31 May-1 June) will be released online soon.


National Weanling Sale - Book 1
Thursday 19 May (Lots 1-195) - 10am
Friday 20 May (Lots 196-390) - 10am
Friday 20 May (Lots 391 onwards)  - Book 1 supplementary
National Weanling Sale - Book 2
Friday 20 May (Lots 421-423) - follows Book 1 supplementary

National Broodmare Sale - Book 1
Tuesday 24 May (Lots 501-717) - racefillies - 10am
Tuesday 24 May (Lots 718 onwards) - racefillies supplementary
Tuesday 24 May (Lots 771-774) - stallion shares
Wednesday 25 May (Lots 801-1040) - broodmares - 10am
Thursday 26 May (Lots 1041-1267) - broodmares - 10am
Thursday 26 May (Lots 1268 onwards) - supplementary
National Broodmare Sale - Book 2
Thursday 26 May (Lots 1321-1323) - racefillies - follows Book 1
Thursday 26 May (Lots 1324 onwards) - racefillies Book 2 supplementary
Thursday 26 May (Lots 1331-1335) - broodmares
Thursday 26 May (Lots 1336 onwards) - Book 2 supplementary 

National Yearling Sale - Book 1
Tuesday 31 May - 10am
Wednesday 1 June - 10am
National Yearling Sale - Book 2
Wednesday 1 June - follows Book 1
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