Magic Millions – National Weanling Sale Catalogue Online

Southern Hemisphere's best producing sale

The quality packed 2024 edition of the Magic Millions Gold Coast National Weanling Sale is now online.

The Southern Hemisphere’s best producing sale of its kind has attracted an outstanding line up of 377 youngsters by 94 individual sires.

National Weanling Sale (Pic – Magic Millions)

Among those sires represented are 15 with first crop members led in numbers by Home Affairs (20 lots), Stay Inside (14), St Mark’s Basilica (14) and Wild Ruler (14).

“There are more horses across more levels than any sale of its type,” Magic Millions Managing Director Barry Bowditch said. “All buyers will be able to participate on exceptional prospects across all sections of the market.”

“More than 25 per cent of Book One offerings are from a black type mare – by sires including Frankel, Snitzel, Pierro, The Autumn Sun, Zoustar, Stay Inside, Written Tycoon, So You Think, Toronado, St Mark’s Basilica, I Am Invincible, Exceed and Excel, Extreme Choice, Capitalist, Home Affairs and Farnan.”

“We are incredibly proud of the success of graduates of the sale – from current Group One stars like Tropical Squall and Veight to world class stallions Stay Inside, Pierro and Zoustar.”

“Whether prospective buyers are seeking a future star of the sales ring as a yearling or a life changing galloper on the track this is the sale that delivers more success.”

Group winning mares with progeny catalogued include Amicus, Miss Mossman, Amelia’s Dream, Atlantis Dream, El Daana, Fursa, I’ll Have a Bit, Villa Verde, Delectation Girl, Shared Reflections, Long Time Ago, Shazee Lee, Agent Pippa, Te Akau Rose, Wawail, La Mexicana, Vergara, Vinicunca and Vulpine.

To view the online catalogue for the 2024 Magic Millions Gold Coast National Weanling Sale click here or download it via the Equineline Catalog app for iPad.

The Weanling Sale kicks off the seven-day National Sale selling extravaganza on Sunday 26 and Monday 27 May, with the fillies and broodmares to take centre stage from 28 to 30 May and the yearlings on 4 to 5 June.

This year’s sale has been enhanced with the addition of the new A$1 million Magic Millions National 2YO Classic, restricted to Magic Millions Race Series nominated horses, to be run over 1000 metres under lights at the Gold Coast Turf Club on Friday 24 May.

The catalogues for the National Broodmare and Yearling Sales will be released online over the coming days.

National Sale Dates

  • Wednesday, 22 May – National Weanling Sale inspections from 8am
  • Thursday, 23 May – National Weanling Sale inspections from 8am
  • Friday, 24 May – National Weanling & Broodmare Sale inspections from 8am
  • Friday, 24 May – A$1M Magic Millions National 2YO Classic under lights at GC Turf Club
  • Saturday, 25 May – National Weanling & Broodmare Sale inspections from 9am
  • Sunday, 26 May – National Weanling Sale – Day One – 11am
  • Monday, 27 May – National Weanling Sale – Day Two – 11am
  • Tuesday, 28 May – National Broodmare Sale – Day One – 11am
  • Wednesday, 29 May – National Broodmare Sale – Day Two – 10am
  • Thursday, 30 May – National Broodmare Sale – Day Three – 10am
  • Friday, 31 May – arrival of yearlings
  • Saturday, 1 June – National Yearling Sale inspections from 8am
  • Sunday, 2 June – National Yearling Sale inspections from 8am
  • Monday, 3 June – National Yearling Sale inspections from 8am
  • Tuesday, 4 June – National Yearling Sale – Day One – 10am
  • Wednesday, 5 June – National Yearling Sale – Day Two – 10am

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