Star Studded Stakes-winning Mares Added to MM National Sale

Media Release - Tuesday May 10

Exceedance's dual stakes winning half sister Mac 'n' Cheese is among seven new black type mares supplemented to the upcoming Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale on the Gold Coast.

G2 winner So You Assume has been added to the Mm National Sale.
Offered as an elite racing and breeding prospect through the Spendthrift Australia Dispersal draft, Mac 'n' Cheese is the only filly produced by her superstar producing dam, the ill fated Bonnie Mac.

With three multiple stakes winners from three to race, Bonnie Mac established herself as one of the country's most exciting broodmares before sadly passing away in 2020.

Aside from Mac 'n' Cheese (Sebring), Bonnie Mac is the dam of the Coolmore Stud Stakes winning sire Exceedance and explosive Group Two winning sprinter Oxley Road.

A winner of the Oaklands Plate at two and Clare Lindop Stakes at three, Mac 'n' Cheese has the scores on the board and a great racing future ahead before ultimately heading to stud.

The filly is likely to have a start in Queensland prior to heading to the National Sale on May 24.

Mac 'n' Cheese is joined in the star studded supplementary by new entries including stakes winning stars She's All Class (Listed winner at 2 by I Am Invincible), So You Assume (G2 winner this season by So You Think), Hard Rock Girl (Listed winner at 2 by All Too Hard), and Group winner Sookie - now the dam of G1 winner Shadow Hero.

Another highlight entry is untapped two-year-old Midnight in Tokyo, who from two starts was a debut winner before running a close second in the Group Three Ken Russell Memorial Classic at the Gold Coast on Saturday.

Other National Broodmare Sale bound supplementaries released today include mares covered last spring by Pierata and Zoustar.

Earlier announced National Broodmare Sale supplementary lots include Coolmore Classic winner Lighthouse and black type racefillies and mares Sweet Dolly, Violinist, Red Hot and Amica as well as stakes winning broodmares Catch a Fire, Grazia, Smart Coupe, Swing Note, Fine Bubbles and Members Joy.

The National Weanling Sale, now with over 400 catalogued lots, welcomes a Dubious colt from a multiple stakes winner (Lot 399) to the supplementary line up.
The 2022 Magic Millions National Sale commences on Thursday 19 May with the first day of the National Weanling Sale from 10am (AEST).

To view the PDF Supplementary Catalogue for the 2022 Gold Coast National Weanling Sale click here and for the National Broodmare Sale click here
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