The Magic Millions promise to breeders is to continue to keep it real in 2017 in pursuing the very best sale ring outcome for yearling vendors.As a result of the support of breeders in Australia and New Zealand, Magic Millions had the distinction of delivering the largest and highest grossing yearling sale in Australasia in 2016.
“Our success begins with the real support of our vendors. We consider our achievements this year a direct outcome of their support,” Magic Millions Managing Director Vin Cox said.
Whether it be the Gold Coast in January, March or June, Perth or Launceston in February or Adelaide in March, the Magic Millions Yearling Sale Series has a market for every level of yearling.
“A growth of almost $34 million (24%) in overall yearling sales gross illustrates the depth of the buying bench we are able to assemble across the board, and therefore bring real competition to the sale ring,” Cox added.
Conducting six yearling sales across four states of Australia, the Sale Series offers the world’s richest and most innovative Race Series featuring an annual $10 million raceday, as a real marketing benefit for selling yearlings through Magic Millions.
Breeders are invited to participate in the Southern Hemisphere’s most progressive and fastest growing yearling sale series. View the brochure for the 2017 Magic Millions Yearling Sale Series here. Nominations can now be submitted using the Online Entry facility.
The Magic Millions Bloodstock team looks forward to working alongside breeders, inspecting yearlings and having the privilege of recommending the market to realise their best sale ring outcome in 2017.
Entries close on Friday 12 August 2016. For further information contact Magic Millions Bloodstock on 07 5504 1200 or email [email protected]gicmillions.com.au
2017 Magic Millions Yearling Sale Series
Gold Coast Yearling Sale
11-17 JanuaryTasmanian Yearling Sale
Perth Yearling Sale
Adelaide Yearling Sale
Gold Coast March Yearling Sale
Gold Coast National Yearling Sale*
*Entries for this sale will close in early March 2017