What Does A Stakes Winning Weanling Look Like?

Breednet - Friday May 24

Between pinhookers and end users, the weanling market is a mature one these days so with the Magic Millions Gold Coast National Weanling Sale kicking off on Sunday, we’ve gathered a gallery of some stakes winners you could have bought at that stage of their life.

It includes three Group One winners this season in Blue Diamond winner Hayasugi, bought for $47,500 from Fairhill Farm, Australian Guineas winner Veight bought for $100,000 from Yulong and Flight Stakes winner Tropical Squall bought for $16,000 from Bhima Thoroughbreds.


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