First Season Favourites –Magic Millions Weanlings

Tara Madgwick - Monday May 27

The Magic Millions National Weanling Sale showcased the progeny of many of our new first season sires and five of them had weanlings sell for $100,000 or more so let’s take a look at their top sellers.

Coolmore young gun Home Affairs was always tipped to impress and the dual Group I winning son of I Am Invincible did so with 16 weanlings averaging $189,688 and 12 of them sold for $100,000 or more with the star performer a filly from well related mare Witherspoon that made $430,000 for Newgate when bought by renowned pinhookers Silverdale Farm.

$430,000 Hime Affairs filly from Witherspoon

She is the second foal of Group III placed Exceed and Excel mare Witherspoon, a sibling to Group I winner Manuel and Group III winners Sun Patch and Taking Aim.

Home Affairs enjoyed 100% clearance and was the leading sire overall by aggregate with his weanlings selling for $3,035,000 and by average of the sires with three or more sold he was second to only Zoustar.

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Newgate Farm’s Golden Slipper winner Stay Inside had eight weanlings sell at an average $151,688 and had five sell for $100,000 or more with the best of them a filly from Pasar Silbano (IRE) that made $400,000 for Element Hill when knocked down to Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott/Kestrel Thoroughbreds.

$400,000 Stay Inside filly from Pasar Silbano (IRE).

She is a half-sister to Group II winner and budding young sire Zousain and is the last foal of the mare.

 

Darley’s Pinatubo (IRE) had four weanlings average $98,125 and did best with a colt from Group II winning Redoute’s Choice mare El Daana that made $200,000 for Three Bridges Thoroughbreds when bought by James Bester Bloodstock.

$200,000 Pinatubo (IRE) colt from El Daana.

The colt is a half-brother to two time South African Group I winner Al Muthana and Group II winner Wawail.

 

Newgate Farm’s Wild Ruler had eight weanlings average $75,375 and his top seller was a colt from Katie’s Eyes (USA) that made $130,000 for Newgate when bought by Alma Vale Thoroughbreds.

$130,000 Wild Ruler colt from Katie's Eyes (USA).

He is the fourth foal of an imported stakes-winner that has already produced two winners.

 

Coolmore based St Mark’s Basilica (Fr) had eight weanlings average $54,563 and posted his best result with a filly from Kookie Gal (USA) that made $105,000 for Milburn Creek when bought by Glenvale Stud.

$105,000 St Mar's Basilica (Fr) filly from Kookie Gal (USA).

She is the first living foal of a stakes-winning import from a US Black Type family.

 

 

 

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