Opportunities Abound In Adelaide
Gr1 2YO winner Capital Gain was passed in at MM Adelaide

Dreams await to be unveiled at the Magic Millions Adelaide Yearling Sale. This sale continues to be a great source of wonderful gallopers at value prices.

Gr1 sprinter Viddora was a $40,000 yearling in 2014 by I Am Invincible. Can you imagine being able to buy one his stock for such a low price now? Perhaps not, but you can imagine finding the next star stallion at this sale. Viddora has now earned over $2 million, thanks to her sensational Gr1 Winterbottom Stakes victory, and her most recent win in the Magic Millions Snippets Plate. Viddora is the type of tough sprinter any trainer would like to have in their stable.

Hucklebuck (Elvstroem) had a sensational spring in 2014, winning three stakes races in succession, including the Gr1 Emirates Stakes over a mile. Sold at Adelaide for $50,000, he has earnt over $1million, while more recently Capital Gain (Ad Valorem) won the 2017 Gr1 JJ Atkins Stakes. Capital Gain was passed in at the Magic Millions Adelaide sale, and later sold at the Magic Millions 2YO Sale. A missed opportunity for buyers...

Among other recent graduates of the Adelaide sale are group winners Time Awaits, Rocket Commander, The Grey Flash, Benz, Mahuta, and Ocean Embers. Stakes winners include the promising All Too Huiying, South Africa’s consistent galloper Sir Frenchie, Falcool, Balf’s Choice, Beluga Blue, Karlovasi, Lope de Capio, and many others.

The 2018 Magic Millions Adelaide Yearlings Sale gives buyers 454 chances to find the next Viddora, Capital Gain or Hucklebuck, including close relations to group winners such as Sirmione (Lot 257 a filly by Epaulette), Viddora (Lot 199 a filly by Magnus), Riva de Lago (Lot 281 a filly by All Too Hard), Arabian Gold (Lot 322 a filly by Zebedee), Carrara (Lot 330 a colt by Fiorente), Waging War (Lot 30 a colt by Master of Design), Vinnie Eagle (Lot 219 a filly by Deep Field), Concealer (Lot 291 a filly by Zariz), Cartaya (Lot 297 a colt by Starcraft), Moment in Time (Lot 324 a colt by Adelaide), and Vain Queen (Lot 146 a colt by Toronado). Over 120 different sires are represented, and much of the catalogue are nominated for various bonus schemes, including 193 BOBS eligible, 136 Super VOBIS nominated, 144 SABOIS Breeder Paid yearlings.

First season sires have sold incredibly well this year to date, and some twenty five freshman sires have progeny represented. Spirit of Boom is flying as the leading first season sire of 2YOs with four stakes winners already, and he has eight lots catalogued for the Magic Millions Adelaide Sale, including Lot 127 out of stakes winner Moulin Lady, and Lot 157 out of stakes winner Polynesian Kitty, the dam of stakes placed Tokelau.

The Morphettville based auction will now be held over two days, on Tuesday 13 and Wednesday 14 March, and promises to be another renewal where opportunities abound for budget conscious, savvy, investors to reap rewards.