Eliza Park International stallions Magnus and Shinzig topped two of the three sessions at the Adelaide Magic Millions yearling sale this week.
Magnus (pictured) sired the filly from Coniston Gem (Greig) that highlighted Day 1 when selling for $115,000 to Mornington trainer Mark Riley. Her dam was a Group 3 winner at Flemington and Caulfield.
Another Magnus filly, the sister to recent Moonee Valley Group 2 runner-up Miss Promiscuity, sold for second top price of $110,000 on Day 1. She is the fourth foal of the Melbourne winning Distant Music mare Zipstream and was purchased by the Victorian partnership of Bluegrass Bloodstock and trainer Wez Hunter.
Both Magnus fillies were presented by Eliza Park International, acting as agent for Robert Crabtree’s Dorrington Farm.
On Day 3, it was the turn of Shinzig to top proceedings with a $45,000 colt purchased by Singapore trainer Patrick Shaw. He is a half-brother to Super Kenny who has won five races at Kranji for Shaw and owners Mark & Emily Yong.
Super Kenny is by Swettenham Stud sire Host (Chi). He was a $30,000 buy at the 2011 Gold Coast Magic Millions and has earned the equivalent of AUD 239,670.