G2 Winning Racemare Supplemented to Perth Winter Sale

Media Release - Wednesday June 22

Outstanding racemare Watch Me Dance has been supplemented to the racehorse section of Sunday's Magic Millions Perth Winter Sale in the Swan Valley.

Watch Me Dance is for sale.

A winner of almost $900,000, Watch Me Dance holds the rare distinction of being crowned Western Australia's Champion Two-Year-Old and Champion Three-Year-Old in her first two racing seasons.

As a juvenile she progressed from a maiden win at Bunbury to become the state's premier performer. Placing in the Magic Millions WA 2YO Classic, Gimcrack Stakes and Karrakatta Plate before a stirring victory in the Group Three WA Sires' Produce Stakes.


At three she was again the state's best with a Group Three Champion Fillies Stakes win before backing up seven days later for an outstanding win against the boys in the Group Two Western Australian Guineas.

"Whilst still being a racing proposition, Watch Me Dance would be a standout addition to any broodmare band in the country," Magic Millions WA Manager David Houston noted. "A Champion Two and Three-Year-Old with her whole breeding life ahead of her."

Across her 26 starts for trainer Steve Wolfe and her all female ownership group, Watch Me Dance has notched five wins - three at group level. She was placed on 13 other occasions and her earnings currently sit at $899,570.

As well as being a high class racehorse, Watch Me Dance has a wonderful pedigree. The daughter of the ill fated I'm All the Talk, she is a full sister to the triple stakes placed Hear Me Sing and is from the stakes performed Oratorio mare Coventry to Rio.

Already 13 supplementary lots have been received for the sale - pushing the number of catalogued lots to 153. The absolute deadline for supplementary lots is 10am (WA time) tomorrow (Thursday). 

To view the online catalogues for the relevant sections of the sale click the following links:

The 2022 Perth Winter Sale will commence at 12 noon (WA time) on Sunday at the Magic Millions Sales Complex, Dale Road, Middle Swan.

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