Bonus Yearlings In Gold Coast Sale
The 400 lots catalogued for the Magic Millions Gold Coast March Yearling Sale on March 20 and 21 includes 118 eligible for lucrative rewards flowing from two bonus schemes.
While all lots are covered by Queensland’s popular QTIS, in addition 110 are in NSW BOBS and eight are nominated for Victoria’s Super VOBIS.
All consigned by Queensland vendors, the double bonus yearlings qualify for two as their dams have been bred back to Queensland sires.
Most of those registered for BOBS are by Hunter Valley used sires.
The eight QTIS – Super VOBIS yearlings comprise two by Magnus and one each by Bel Esprit, Reward for Effort, Written Tycoon, Stryker, Kuroshio and Fighting Sun.
Eureka Stud (50 lots), Glenlogan Park (44), Lyndhurst Stud (26) and Rahgeenm Stud (25) have the biggest drafts.
Other Queensland drafts come from Oaklands (17), Aquis Farm (17), Wattle Brae (16), Yarramalong Park (14), Oakwood Farm (14), Sun Stud (14), Gainsborough Lodge (9), Jorson Farm (9), Kenmore Lodge (9), Clear , Mountain Fairview (8), Alexia Fraser Bloodstock (8), Ardour Stud and Stables (7), Gleeson Thoroughbreds (7), Grandview (7), JD Thoroughbreds (6) and Waylon J (6),
Queensland sires with the biggest representation are Spirit Of Boom (44), Rothesay (31), Love Conquers All (29). Golden Archer (24), Mahisara (16), Real Saga (13), Drumbeats (12), Show a Heart (11), Jet Spur (10), Falvelon (9), Red Dazzler (8), Sidereus (7), Top Echelon (7), Wicked Style (USA) (7), Bradbury’s Luck (6) and Monashee Mountain (6).
Every one of the 400 yearlings in the Gold Coast March Sale catalogue is eligible for the Magic Millions $11million race series, one embracing 19 races across six states and highlighted by a $10million race day at the Gold Coast in January each year. Only graduates of Magic Millions races are eligible.
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