Magic Millions National Yearling Catalogue Online

Media Release - Wednesday May 1
The quality packed catalogue for the 2019 Magic Millions Gold Coast National Yearling Sale is now online.

It can be viewed here online.

With 553 lots, the auction will boast progeny by 126 individual stallions including 20 exciting first season sires.

The National Yearling Sale has established itself as one of the best performing in the region with graduates having won races including the Golden Slipper, Victoria Derby, KrisFlyer International Sprint, Kelt Capital Stakes, Oakleigh Plate, Australian Oaks, Dubai Golden Shaheen, Queensland Oaks,Rosehill Guineas and New Zealand's feature sprint the Telegraph Handicap.

Buyers will race for more with a National Yearling Sale purchase as almost all of the catalogued lots are eligible to be paid up for the $11m+ Magic Millions Race Series.

In a further boost the majority of yearlings catalogued are eligible for rich state based bonus schemes and they include:

  • BOBS Eligible: 392 lots
  • QTIS 1st Payment or Fully Paid: 87 lots
  • Super VOBIS Nominated: 36 lots
Book One of the sale will be held on June 5 and 6 with Book Two on June 7, followed on the final day by the National Racehorse Sale.

The catalogue for the 2019Magic Millions Gold Coast National Yearling Sale is now available for download via the Equineline iPad app and can also be viewed online by clicking here. Printed copies of the National Yearling catalogue will be distributed from the end of next week.

All catalogues for the 2019Gold Coast National Sale, aside from the Racehorse Sale, are available to view on the Magic Millions website. Entries for the National Racehorse Sale close on Monday, May 27
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