Magic Millions Book 3: The Hot Lots
It has been a spectacular sale on Australia’s Gold Coast and Book 3 will finish off a record breaking run for Magic Millions.
Now it’s bargain time but given the strength of the sale it is unlikely you will be stealing anything.
Bullet Train feature heavily in Book 3, Bullet Train’s heralded three-quarter brother Frankel can not be dismissed but he has yet to produce a Group horse, but, he has produced some winners and the yearlings will not bring the many hundreds of thousands paid for horses in Book 1 and 2 but he looks to be on an upswing. The other benefit is he is throwing horses that are winning young and over various distances. We think Bullet Train will produce some good horses, we even own a Bullet Train foal out of a winning Dubawi mare.
Our favourite Bullet Train Yearlings are as follows:
This colt is from a fairly speedy family on the Dam side, not full of Black Type but he certainly looks the business.
Another colt, again not loaded with Black Type but a good match to Lonhro, a cross that should prodcude a quality horse.
A little more Black Type in this Filly and plenty of speed in the family.
Moving on from Bullet Train there is 1 and only 1 Wandjina in Book 3 Lot 1069, Wandjina had a great reception in Book 1 and 2 and we expect this yearling to bring good money.
Lot 1082 is an interesting one Profit in Style (USA) with lots of Black Type on the Dam side. While the USA pedigree does not excite the local Aussies this is a good looking horse and might be a good buy for Singapore or Dubai.
Lot 1087 is from the underrated Bon Hoffa, this could be a very nice filly for the Magic Millions race series.
Lot 1099 is a very nice colt by hot sire UNENCUMBERED, he will be one of the more expensive lots in Book 3 but should make a good 2yo.
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