X-Ray Repository

Repository Locations

Gold Coast: Behind Sales Day Office
Adelaide: Auditorium Building
Perth: Auditorium Building
Tasmania: Remote viewing recommended

SaleDateX-Raying May CommenceLodge BeforeAccession PrefixAccession Example
2021 Gold Coast Yearling Sale (Book 1)13 – 16 January 20215 December 20209 January 202121GPR21GPR-0144
2021 Gold Coast Yearling Sale (Book 2)17 - 18 January 2027 December 202013 January 202121GPR21GPR-1056
2021 Perth Yearling Sale15 – 16 February 20214 January 202111 February 202121PPR21PPR-0225
2021 Tasmanian Yearling Sale22 February 202111 January 202118 February 202121TSY21TSY-0056
2021 Adelaide Yearling Sale9 – 10 March 202126 January 20215 March 202121APR21APR-0133
2021 Gold Coast March Yearling Sale15 - 16 March 20211 February 202111 March 202121GQR21GQR-0397

New Users

Viewing: Please complete the Registration Form only registered Vets will be accepted.

Submitting a Study: Please Register online here.

Repository Access

Access is restricted to registered vets for the purpose of examining a set of X-Rays for a potential buyer or submitting X-Rays taken on behalf of a vendor for a horse in the sale.

Screen when logged in for viewing

Details will be provided upon registration for repository access. A username is required for viewings X-Rays and a different username to submit a study.

Remote Access Link

If you have forgotten your password, Asteris has options online for recovery to the registered email address. Otherwise contact the repository staff via phone or email [email protected]

Magic Millions Repository Terms & Conditions

In order to use our repository systems, you must abide by the terms and conditions.

 Full Terms and Conditions

Technical Information

A modern HTML5 compatible web browser such as Google Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge or Safari is required.  Most mobile devices are able to view the X-Rays remote.  Keep in mind viewing X-Rays is far better on devices with a larger, high quality screen for diagnostic purposes.

It is possible, to submit a study from a tablet or phone, but due to limited access to USB ports it’s hard to get the large files into those devices from your X-Ray equipment.

Submitting a study

Screen when logged in for submitting

To submit a study online please login to the Keystone Community Website.  If you have not submitted X-Rays before you will need to to register.  You can queue many studies via the DICOM Service and then submit them as appropriate to each lot.

A study of 36 or more DICOM images are required for a sale. Some buyers from certain countries may require more than 36 shots. We do not accept JPEG images uploads, the quality is not high enough.

If you are using Asteris Keystone at your veterinary practice you may skip this step and find an option in the Asteris Clinic management software to upload instead.  For further information please contact Asteris about using this feature.

NOTE: A manual processing fees of $50 per study applies if Magic Millions uploads studies on your behalf from a USB device.

To submit a study via a USB Stick or USB Hard Drive please place each study in it’s own folder/directory named as per the accession number labelling eg: x:\19GPR-0005, x:\19GPT-0012 etc..  assuming X: is the letter of the USB device.

Send your media into this addresses and include a return address and contact number.

Please include a completed copy of our Repository Lodgement Check  In Form it will assist us in uploading.  Please include the cheque payable to Magic Millions Sales Pty Ltd for processing uploads at $50 per study.

Kylie Adair
Magic Millions
PO Box 5246


It is important to label your study as accurately and completely as possible. When submitting a set of x-rays please be sure to complete the following in your software.

Accession Number – A combination of the sale code and the lot number in 4 digit format as per the following examples.

Example: 18GPR-0012

Example: 18GPR-0123

Example: 18GPT-1234

Patient Name if named – Horse’s Name followed by apostrophe and the Year of Birth (YOB)

Example: Atlantic Jewel’08

Patient Name if unnamed – Horse’s Dam Name follow by an underscore then Horse’s Sire Name followed by apostrophe and the Year of Birth (YOB)

Example: Regard_FastnetRock’08

Patient ID – The microchip number of the horse

Example: 985100010251805

The name of the veterinarian or clinic, date, sex and brands (where Microchip unavailable) are also required in the study however no specific format is defined.


Please export your studies without burnt in overlays on images.  Our DICOM viewing software has the option toggle the most relevant tags on/off when viewing.  In addition there is a button to view all tags.

Surgery Reports

If a surgery report is submitted it must be in PDF format, please email surgery reports to [email protected] or submit online and notify repository staff.  They should be submitted along with the X-Rays where possible and at least 4 days prior to the start of the sale.

Scoping Videos

Scoping videos are optional and need to be made onsite at our sales venue. They are best provided on usb to our repository staff. There is no fee for submitting a scoping video.

The videos can be viewed Onsite and Remotely. We recommend Onsite viewing since the Internet speed will affect the remote performance.

Hanging Protocols

Our system is hanging protocol aware and can be customised depending on how effectively the anatomy of the horse can identified during uploading of the study.  If you want the viewing vet to be able to adjust the hanging protocol used we recommend you upload your study and match any images which can’t be automatically identified.

Uploading your own studies online allows the submitting vet full control over the process and more accuracy as the automatic options do not always match perfectly.

If you have an X-Ray machine that is new to market or recently updated please encourage your machine vendor to contact Asteris so they can work with the vendor to automate the hanging protocol detection system in their software.  It is advisable to submit a sample set of X-Rays before a sale to help eliminate potential problems.