Yulong's Written Tycoon is having a stellar run at the Magic Millions Gold Coast sale (Yulong)

Written Tycoon enjoyed another sensational day at the Magic Millions Gold Coast Sale, with his eight yearlings selling for just under $3.5 million.

The progeny of Yulong’s superstar stallion were in high demand throughout another action-packed day in Bundall, with Lot 583 – a filly out of Stakes-placed mare Supara – knocked down for $800,000.

The buyer was none other than David Ellis of Te Akau Racing fame, who seems certain to take the bay filly – who is both VOBIS nominated and VOBIS Sires eligible – back to New Zealand with him.

The China Horse Club / Newgate Bloodstock / Trilogy Racing partnership have been amongst the biggest spenders so far this week and the powerful trio put their hand up for another Written Tycoon, paying $775,000 for Lot 536, an athletic colt out of Slumber Party.

Not to be outdone, renowned bloodstock supremo James Harron paid $750,000 for an equally striking Written Tycoon colt, whose dam Rose Ahead was producing her first foal.

Other notable Written Tycoons included a handsome colt out of Ready to Rule, sold to Bennett Racing for $300,000; and a well-built colt out of Secret Liaison, knocked down for $375,000 to George Moore Bloodstock.