2018 Adelaide Magic Millions


Mill Park stud is proud TO PRESENT OUR DRAFT


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SOLD - $75,000
Lot 30
Bay colt

MASTER OF DESIGN x Fartoo FLASHY

Lot 30, a bay colt by Redoute’s Choice’s Group 1 TJ Smith Stakes winner Master Of Design, the sire of 38 winners highlighted by four stakes performers.

The bay colt is out of the Galileo mare Fartoo Flashy, a half-sister to the stakes placed Lagerphone, as well as being the dam of Group 3 Chairman’s Stakes winner Waging War, who is himself a son of the Mill Park Stud’s yearling sale graduate Rebel Raider.

Mares by Galileo have recorded 170 stakes performers highlighted by 16 Group 1 winners including Hall Of Fame, Age Of Fire, Roly Poly and Magicool. Of the 16, seven are by Danehill-line stallions, just like this colt.

The similar Redoute’s Choice x Galileo pedigree cross, just as it appears in this colt has had 11 winners from 28 runners led by the Listed-winning, Group 3 placed Single Spice. Mill Park sold a colt bred on the exact Redoute’s Choice x Galileo pedigree cross at the recent Inglis Premier yearling sale for $450,000 the highest priced colt of the sale, and second highest overall.

 

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SOLD - $18,000
lot 78

Bay/BROWN COLT

dream ahead x
jungfrau

Bay or brown colt by Dream Ahead who has been represented by 35 stakes performers to date highlighted by the Group 1 Prix Jacques le Marois winner Al Wukair, with his best Australian-bred runner being Dream Aplenty, a winner of the Group 3 Gunsynd Classic.

The colt Is the third foal of the unraced Commands mare Jungfrau, a half-sister to Lonhro’s Listed Canberra Cup winner Court Connection, both out of the Listed winner Imperatrix, herself a half-sister to Group 1 Mercedes Classic winner Curata Storm and the Group 1 South Australian Oaks/Group 1 Western Australian Derby winner Voile D’Oro.

Commands as a broodmare sure has recorded 26 stakes performers including the Group 1 winners Contentment and Politeness, with the Dream Ahead x Commands pedigree cross having recorded three winners from four runners – colts being 100%.

 

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SOLD - $65,000
lot 101

Chestnut colt

DECLARATION of war x livia

From the second Australian crop of Declaration Of War, the Group 1-winning son of War Front, Lot 101 is out of the dual-winning Galileo mare Livia, who finished fourth at Group 2 level on the track.

A half-sister to the multiple stakes placed Halekulani – Express Horse (HK), Livia has had one to race, the six-time winner Galaxy Gazer.

The colt is from the family of the Listed-winning, Group 1 placed Chattanooga, Group 3 winner Real Stolle, dual Listed winner Nomothaj and the Listed winner Tindal.

Mares by Galileo have recorded 170 stakes performers highlighted by 16 Group 1 winners including Hall Of Fame, Age Of Fire, Roly Poly and Magicool. The Declaration Of War x Galileo pedigree cross has had one winner from three runners while the similar War Front x Galileo pedigree cross has had seven winners from 11 runners highlighted by five stakes performers which includes the triple Group 1 winner Roly Poly and the dual Group 1 winner US Navy Flag.


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SOLD - $90,000
lot 268

Chestnut colt

dalakhani x Amalgamate

As the sire of 84 stakes performers highlighted by nine Group 1 winners including Reliable Man, this colt is from the third Australian-bred crop of Dalakhani, the multiple Group 1-winning son of Darshaan.

Out of the four-time-winning Zenno Rob Roy mare Amalgamate, a half-sister to the multiple stakes performed Nikalapko, it is also the family of the Listed-winning, Group 3 placed pair of Mowgli and Kipling.

Zenno Rob Roy has recorded 57 winners as a broodmare sire with his stakes performer New York Minute having won of five occasions including six stakes placed efforts.

 

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SOLD - $20,000
lot 350

CHESTNUT/GREY FILLY

DALAKHANI x
KAIMANA

Filly by Cornerstone Stud’s Dalakhani, the sire of 84 stakes performers highlighted by nine Group 1 winners including Reliable Man, Lot 350 is out of the well-related Tale Of The Cat mare, a half-sister to the dam of Group 1 winner Irish Lights (dam of Group 2-winning, Group 1 placed Omei Sword), and to the dams of the Group 2-winning, Group 1 placed La Italia, Group 2 winner Shadowbdancing and Listed winner Backatem, who is the grand-dam of Champion 2YO Colt in Japan Asia Express.

Out of a dual-winning Tale Of The Cat mare, who as a broodmare sire has been represented by 158 stakes performers highlighted by six Group 1 winners including It’s Tricky and Dortmund. The best Australian-bred runners include the Group 2 winners Diamond Tathagata and Snitty Kitty.


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SOLD - $120,000
Lot 31

chestnut colt

EUROZONE x Fast and Loose

Lot 31 is a colt from the second crop of Northern Meteor’s Group 2-winning, Group 1 placed son Eurozone, who was represented by his first stakes winner recently when Krone was victorious in the Listed Cinderella Stakes. Zoustar, another son of Northern Meteor has kicked off his career in fine style highlighted by G1 Golden Slipper favourite Sunlight, while other sons Deep Field and Shooting To Win have current first crop yearlings that are selling extremely well.

The chestnut colt is the second foal of the winning, Listed fourth placed Fastnet Rock mare Fast And Loose, a half-sister to Mill Park Stud’s Adelaide Magic Millions graduate Catapulted, a winner of 12 races highlighted by seven black type victories and a G1 Goodwood Handicap second place.

From the family of Group 1 winner Ihtsahym, Group 3 winner Jukebox and the Listed winners Umatune and Jestatune, Fast And Loose is by Champion Sire Fastnet Rock, who is also now starting to build his reputation as a broodmare sire, producing 21 stakes performers led by Group 1 winners Tivaci and Santa Ana Lane.

 

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SOLD - $45,000
lot 82

Bay filly

Uncle mo x
kissable

Bay filly by Coolmore Stud’s Uncle Mo, the sire of five Group 1 winners as part of 57 stakes performers including Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist, while his best Australian-bred runner is the multiple stakes winner Man From Uncle.

She is the fourth foal of the four-time-winning Exceed And Excel mare Kissable, a daughter of the Group 2 Reisling Slipper Trial winner Regal Thunder, who is in turn a half-sister to the Magic Millions Adelaide – Mill Park graduate Undoubtedly, a winner of the Group 1 Blue Diamond.

Exceed And Excel as a broodmare sire has produced 40 stakes performers headlined by the Group 1 winners Bounding and the half-relations Alizee and Astern, as well as the recent Group 2 winner Prompt Response and the South African Group 3 winner Fish River.

 

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SOLD - $40,000
lot 126

Chestnut filly

street boss x
mother grace

By Darley’s Street Boss, the Group 1-winning son of Street Cry who is the sire of 55 stakes performers including five individual Group 1 winners, the chestnut filly is the first foal of the winning Snitzel mare Mother Grace.

From the family of Group 2 winners Chocante and Hadabeclorka, Group 3 winners Danebar and Red Chiffon, as well as the Listed winners Songs Of Vienna and City Of Song, the filly is out of a mare by Snitzel, who as a broodmare sire has produced 33 winners which includes four stakes winners highlighted by the Group 1 Golden Slipper winner Mossfun, while the Street Boss x Snitzel pedigree cross has one winner from two runners.

 

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SOLD - $90,000
lot 276

Bay filly

FOXWEDGE x
ANLEY

By Newgate Farm’s Foxwedge, who was a Group 1 winner on the track, and now a Group 1 producing sire with Foxplay and Volpe Veloce heading his 24 stakes performers. Interesting to note that six of his seven stakes winners are fillies, including his two Group 1 winners.

The filly is out of the winning Snaadee mare Anley, a half-sister to the dam of dual Group 3 winner Friday Creek. Anley is the dam of six runners, all winners, highlighted by the Macau Horse of the Year and multiple stakes winner Golden Star, a winner of 15 races.

Snaadee is the broodmare sire of 28 stakes performers led by Group 1 winners Brazen Beau and Fat Al, while the blood of Danehill has already shown it has worked in the family through stakes winner Candles being a son of Danehill, with Foxwedge being a grandson.


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SOLD - $35,000
lot 407

Bay FILLY

FIORENTE x Third Day

From the second Australian crop of Group 1 Melbourne Cup and Group 1 Australian Cup winner Fiorente who has only been represented by two runners as yet, the filly is out of the winning Zabeel mare Third Day, a half-sister to the stakes placed Girlsarebackintown.

From the family of Group 2 winners Regent Street, Sir Clive, Rizon and Dopff, this filly is out of a Zabeel mare, who as a broodmare sire is responsible for a mammoth 328 stakes performers which includes an impressive 35 Group 1 winners such as Pinot, Dundeel, Ocean Park, Atlantic Jewel and Humidor to name a few.

 

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SOLD - $30,000
lot 49

Bay OR BROWN colt

dalakhani x gossip guru

Bay or brown colt by Cornerstone Stud’s Dalakhani, whose oldest southern hemisphere crop are just three, out of the Group 3 placed Reset mare Gossip Guru, part of the famed, stakes-producing ‘Guru’ family.

The colt is the first foal of Gossip Guru, the six-time winner up to 3600m, and a half-sister to the Group 3 winner Gamblin’ Guru (New Approach), both out of Glory Guru, herself a half-sister to multiple Group 1 winner and Champion 3YO Gold Guru, the Group 2 winner Gallant Guru and the stakes placed pair of Glitzy Guru and Gazza Guru.

Reset as a broodmare sire has produced 78 winners, with the colt’s runners to winners ratio at 67%, clearly superior than that of his fillies at 50%. Group 3 winners Houtzen (also the Magic Millions 2YO Classic winner) and The Soultaker – Bulb Elite (HK) are the best of his seven stakes performers as a broodmare sire.

 

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SOLD - $35,000
Lot 95

bay filly

rebel raider x languid

Lot 95 is a bay by Mill Park Stud’s yearling graduate Rebel Raider, a dual Group 1-winning son of the unbeaten Reset. She is a full-sister to the 1600m winner Guns Loaded, out of the dual-winning Commands mare Languid, a sister to the Listed winner Moderate.

Commands as a broodmare sure has recorded 26 stakes performers including the Group 1 winners Contentment and Politeness, while the Rebel Raider x Commands pedigree cross has had one winner from three runners, with the similar Reset x Commands pedigree cross having recorded five winners from seven runners with the fillies having 75% winners to runners ratio.

 
 

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SOLD - $50,000
lot 174

Bay colt

REBEL RAIDER x RELIABILITY

This could be the Classic colt of the draft – by Rebel Raider, the dual Group 1-winning son of Reset who was sold by Mill Park Stud, Lot 174, is out of the winning Kurofone mare Reliability, making him a full-brother to the recent Group 3 Hobart Cup winner Pretty Punk, the winner of five races from 1400m to 2500m.

From the family of Group 1 Epsom Derby winner Pour Moi, also a Group 1 producing sire, this colt is out of a Kurofone mare, who as a broodmare sire has recorded 22 stakes performers including the Group 2-winning, multiple Group 1 placed Benzini.

The Rebel Raider x Kurofone pedigree cross has had two runners – both winners – and both full relations to our colt.

 

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P/I @ $45,000
lot 349

Bay COLT

REBEL RAIDER x
JUST SYBIL

By Rebel Raider, the dual Group 1-winning Mill Park yearling sale graduate who has already produced four stakes performers, three of which are also Mill Park graduates, this colt is the third foal of the 11-time-winning Alannan mare Just Sybil, a winner at Listed level.

From the family of Group 3 winner Solar Charged, who is in turn the dam of Magic Millions 2YO Classic, Group 2 Silver Slipper winner and Group 1 Golden Slipper favourite Sunlight, this colt also counts Group 3 winner King Of Acapulco and Listed winners Causeway Queen, Si Linford and Aretha as relations.

Alannan as a broodmare sire has produced 16 winners from just 32 runners to date.