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Magic Millions National Sale Review

Three Bridges had an exceptional sale at this year's Magic Millions National Sale, securing third place on both the Vendors By Aggregate and Vendors By Average (three or more) tables. They sold eight weanlings for an impressive average of $144,312.


Lot 138 Toronado x Just A Blur (Image: Magic Millions/Three Bridges)


Swettenham’s Toronado (IRE) contributed significantly to their success. Lot 138, a standout, fetched $200,000 from Sheamus Mills Bloodstock. Another Toronado colt, Lot 157—a half-brother to the stakes-placed, multiple city winner Malahide (Shamus Award)—also sold for $200,000. These strong results elevated Toronado to second place on the Sires By Average (three or more) table, with six sold at an average of $127,500.


The sale also introduced us to the progeny of Extreme Warrior, with a top lot selling for $80,000, which is a promising debut for the son of Extreme Choice standing at Rosemont Stud.


The Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale on the Gold Coast has gone to new heights when Imperatriz sold for an astonishing $6.6 million to Zhijun Zhao (a partner of Yulong), setting a record for a broodmare in Australia. The 10-time Group 1 winner will now head to Nagambie, significantly boosting Victoria’s breeding industry.


Imperatriz set a broodmare record (Image: Magic Millions)


Another highlight was G1 TJ Smith Stakes winner, Chain of Lightning, fetching $2.5 million. She will also begin her broodmare career in Victoria, adding her impressive genetics to the local pool.


The final day saw Rubisaki (Rubick) top the charts, selling for $1.4 million under the Morningside draft. Their draft also included G2 winner Glistening, who was sold for $950,000. Morningside's total sales reached 15 lots at an average of $251,000.


Rosemont Stud enjoyed a fruitful sale, moving several top mares and involving numerous Victorian buyers. Their top lot was the Listed winner Legacies, sold for $1.4 million. Other notable sales included La Dragontea for $900,000 to Baystone Farm and Butter Blonde to Merricks Station, Group 1 Bloodstock, and Matt Houldsworth. In total, Rosemont sold nine lots for an impressive average of $478,333.


For the sires, Swettenham's Rubick had a strong showing, with five horses sold at an average of $461,000, headlined by Rubisaki. Woodside's Foxwedge also made a mark, finishing eighth on the Sires By Average Table (with three or more sold) at $313,333, highlighted by a $600,000 sale for Whatafox, a half-sister to Group 1 winner Benedetta, in foal to Victorian-based shuttle stallion, Blue Point (IRE).

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