Woodside Park Stud’s Rich Enuff is continuing to prove popular with buying benches all over Australia with strong results from the Magic Millions March Yearling sale on the Gold Coast.

Lot 24, the Glenlogan consigned bay filly, out of the Danzero mare Personal Guarantee, made $110,000 and was sold to Anderson Heathcote Racing. She was very closely related to Group 2 Phar Lap Stakes winner Verry Elleegant, and from the same family as listed placegetter Jonker and listed Flemington winners She’s So high and Mockery.

While the Rich Enuff out of Churchill Downs mare, Only Amother Could on account of Lyndhurst Stud Farm was knocked down to Victorian based Slade Bloodstock.

At Melbourne Premier, Rich Enuff was represented by six yearlings, with Tommy Hughes Racing going to $75,000 for the Woodside Park Stud-bred and Noorilim Park-sold lot 625, the three-quarter-sister to Written Tycoon’s seven-time winner Written selling for $75,000 from an exciting international Group 1 family.

Earlier in the year, first-crop sire Rich Enuff achieved fantastic results with seven yearlings selling at an average price of $150,000, almost eleven times his $13,750 service fee, Woodside Park Stud could not be more excited about the way his yearlings impressed everyone.

Achieving a top price of $300,000 for the Glenlogan Park-consigned lot 131, the strapping colt was knocked down to B K Racing & Breeding and Andrew Williams Bloodstock on day 1 of the sale.

And those results continued at Classic where the top lot by Written Tycoon’s emerging sire son reached $210,000 for Glenlogan Park, out of the Red Ransom mare Smile of Desire to Denise Martin’s Star Thoroughbreds and Randwick Bloodstock (FBAA).

Rich Enuff is joined by Bel Esprit and Love Conquers All on the coast, with a strong representation of progeny entered in the sale, as all three stallions stood in Queensland, before relocating to Victoria.

The top lot for day 1 from Bel Esprit was the filly out of Noble Quality offered by Kenmore Lodge purchased for $55,000 by Kesinda Pty Ltd, while Roona Lodge sold the Love Conquers All out of Dubai Destination mare Biggietupac for $50,000 and Dandine Stud sold the Love Conquers All Chestnut colt out of Schipper purchased by Tom Button for $45,000.

Day 2 of the sale, commencing today at 10am, will see eight lots by Rich Enuff go under the hammer, while there are six remaining Love Conquers All yearlings and four Bel Esprits to enter the ring.

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