2018 Melbourne Premier Yearlings


Mill Park stud is proud TO PRESENT OUR DRAFT


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SOLD - $150,000
Bay colt

Dawn Approach x Raja Lane

Bay colt by young sire Dawn Approach, a Group 1-winning son of New Approach whose Australian first-crop runners are just two, out of the Group 3 winner of seven races Raja Lane, already the dam of six winners to race for five winners highlighted by the Group 3 winner Dinkum Diamond.

Belt And Road, the half-brother by Wanted that races in Singapore was a narrow last start second for trainer Desmond Koh and looks to be ready to win.

Mill Park have provided the three highest priced yearlings by Dawn Approach so far, selling up to $450,000 earlier this year at the Magic Millions.

Devaraja as a broodmare sire has been represented by just four stakes performers so far, with the best being Dinkum Diamond, the Group 3-winning half-sister to our colt.
 


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Bay filly

tornado x
scarlet moretta

From the first Australian-bred crop of High Chaparral’s multiple Group 1 winner Toronado, a World Champion Miler who was unbeaten at two. Our bay filly is the first foal of the dual winning Fastnet Rock mare Scarlet Moretta.

From an impressive Group 1 international black type family which includes winners in Hong Kong, France, USA, Great Britain and Ireland, Scarlet Moretta is by Champion Sire Fastnet Rock, who is also now starting to build his reputation as a broodmare sire, producing 20 stakes performers led by Group 1 winners Tivaci and Santa Ana Lane.

The similar High Chaparral x Fastnet Rock pedigree cross has produced six winners from just seven runners with the top runners being Group 1 winner Tivaci and the Group 2-winning, Group 1 placed Omei Sword.

 

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SOLD - $90,000
Bay colt

shamus award x eagles destiny

By the dual Group 1-winner Shamus Award, a Champion son of Snitzel, this colt is out of the Snippetson mare Eagles Destiny, a half-sister to the dams of Group 1 winner Go Go Indy, Group 3 winner Essay Raider and Group 1 winner Southern Speed – all stakes winners raised by Mill Park.

Too Tuff Tara, the current three-year-old from the mare was a last start second (on Boxing Day) to Grunt, with that horse winning the Group 2 CS Hayes Stakes recently.

Mares by Snippetson have had 13 winners to date from limited numbers led by Group 3 winner Niccanova, Listed winner Zigwig and the Group 1 placed O’Rachael, while the similar Snitzel x Snippetson pedigrees cross has one winner from two runners.

 

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SOLD - $210,000
Chestnut colt

sebring x
madame flurry

Here he is…the colt by Group 1 Golden Slipper winner Sebring, already the sire of a Horse of the Year in Dissident, the chestnut colt is out of the winning Perugino mare Madame Flurry, a three-quarter-sister to the dam of stakes winner Toluka – Power Of Khan (Mal) and a half-sister to Listed winner Lake Villa and to the dam of Group 3 winner Royal Sash, who is in turn the dam of the Group 2-winning, Group 1 placed Sabatini and the Group 3 winner Vivi Veloce.

Madame Flurry is the dam of six winners from seven runners, four of which are stakes performers; the multiple Group 1 winner and $3.2m earner Happy Trails, the Group 3-winning, Group 1 placed Danish Twist, the Listed-winning, Group 2 placed All Too Huiying and the Group 3 placed Heart Of Lion.

Arguably the best sire the mare has been to so far, this colt is out of a Perugino mare, who as a broodmare sire has produced 25 stakes performers led by this colt’s half-brother Happy Trails, Group 1 winner Gitano Hernando and the Australian-bred, but South African raced Tamaanee.

The Sebring x Perugino pedigree cross has had two winners from two runners, while the similar More Than Ready x Perugino pedigree cross has produced one winner from one runner.


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Bay colt

more than ready x
obsidian dragon

This bay colt is by Vinery Stud’s Champion Two-year-old sire More Than Ready, the sire of over 300 stakes performers led by 21 individual Group 1 winners including Sebring, Phelan Ready, More Joyous, Samaready, Entisaar and Eagle Way.

The third foal of the nine-time-winning, multiple stakes placed Hidden Dragon mare Obsidian Dragon, a half-sister to the Listed winner Danedina. The current two-year-old from the mare, a filly by I Am Invincible has been named Fire And Glory and is in the stable of Leon Macdonald and Andrew Gluyas.

Mares by Hidden Dragon have produced seven winners from 18 runners highlighted by the Listed winning juvenile Flamenco.
 

 

 


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SOLD - $340,000
chestnut colt

zoustar x
ravenous Lass

From the second crop of the exciting Zoustar, who has provided the winner of the Magic Millions 2YO Classic from his first crop, our chestnut colt is the first foal of the five-time-winning Stratum mare Ravenous Lass, a half-sister to the Group 2 winner San Nicasio.

Zoustar is currently the leading first season sire on prizemoney and sitting in equal third on winners.

Mares by Stratum have recorded just two stakes performers so far from little numbers with the best being the Stoker, himself a graduate of the Inglis Premier Yearling Sale.


 

 

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SOLD - $75,000
Chestnut colt

reset x Magic milady

Chestnut colt by one of the most underrated sires in the country, the mighty, unbeaten Reset. The sire of five Group 1 winners, with Mill Park graduates Rebel Raider ($1.4m) and Fawkner ($3.8m) being two of those, in fact Fawkner is the highest stakes-earning colt/gelding sold at the Inglis Premier yearling sale.

The colt is the third foal of the three-time-winner Magic Milady, a daughter of the Group 2 winner Buckle My Shoe, who is in turn a half-sister to the Listed-winning, Group 2 placed Princess Marizza.

The blood of Reset has shown to work with the family, as the dam of our colt is a half-sister to Ace Attack, a stakes placed son of Rebel Raider (Reset).

Starcraft as a broodmare sire has had 37 winners so far, including six stakes performers with the best being the Group 3 winner Sky Kingdom, while in Australia his best are the Listed winners Fox Swift and Caipirinha.


 


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SOLD - $80,000
Chestnut colt

dalakhani x khandallah

From the third Australian-bred crop of the Group 1 winner and Group 1 producer Dalakhani, whose Australian-bred yearlings have sold up to $620,000, with Mill Park providing the second top lot at $370,000.

The colt is the third foal of the dual Listed placed Kitten’s Joy mare Khandallah, whose unraced two-year-old Liberty Lover is in the stable of Leon Macdonald and Andrew Gluyas.

Mares by Kitten’s Joy have produced eight stakes performers so far from 75 runners, led by the Listed-winning, Group 2 placed Admiralty Pier.
 

 

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SOLD - $75,000
Bay filly

more than ready x
miss otto

Bay filly by Champion Two-year-old sire More Than Ready, the sire of over 300 stakes performers led by 21 individual Group 1 winners including Sebring, Phelan Ready, More Joyous, Samaready, Entisaar and Eagle Way.

The bay filly is the third foal of the winning Elusive Quality mare Miss Otto, a half-sister to the stakes placed pair of Miss With Attitude and Oui Si Attitude. The current two-year-old out of the mare has been named Chillaxing, with the daughter of High Chaparral purchased by Tony McEvoy at last year’s Inglis Premier sale from the draft of Mill Park for $90,000.

From an exciting international Group 1 family which includes Champion 3YO Shawanda and her son Encke – who headed the 2012 World Rankings, and the dual Group 1 Shareta.

Mares by Elusive Quality have produced 139 stakes performers highlighted by six Group 1 winners including Guelph and Shooting To Win, while the More Than Ready x Elusive Quality pedigree cross has nine winners from 15 runners with the best being the dual Group 1 winner Roy H.

 



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SOLD - $110,000
Bay colt

rebel raider x queen's kiss

The bay colt is the lone yearling in the sale by Mill Park Stud’s yearling sale graduate and dual Group 1 winner Rebel Raider, out of the four-time-winning French Deputy mare Queen’s Kiss.

The dam of four foals to race, all winners, Queen’s Kiss best to date is the New Approach gelding Royal Rumble, a Listed winner of seven races from 1250m to 1800m.

Mares by French Deputy have a great record to date, producing 146 stakes performers highlighted by 12 Group 1 winners, with the best Australian representatives being Royal Rumble, as well as the Listed-winning, Group 1 placed Sebring Sun.

The Rebel Raider x French Deputy pedigree cross has 100% runners to winners with the this colt’s full-brother Danger Deal, who has finished in the top four on seven occasions from his 11 starts, including a narrow fourth at Group 3 level.


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SOLD - $65,000
Chestnut colt

helMet x buckle my shoe

A flashy looking chestnut colt, very much in the mould of his multiple Group 1-winning sire Helmet, a son of Champion Sire Exceed And Excel. Helmet is the sire of 15 stakes winners including the multiple Group 1 winner Thunder Snow.

This colt is out of the Group 2-winning Rory’s Jester mare Buckle My Shoe, the dam of four winners from five foals to race highlighted by Rebel Raider’s stakes performer Ace Attack. Buckle My Shoe is a half-sister to the Listed-winning, Group 2 placed Princess Marizza from the family of the Group 2-winning, Group 1 placed Countess Marizza.

Rory’s Jester as a broodmare sire has produced 141 stakes performers, of which seven are Group 1 winners, with Reward For Effort, Southern Lord and The Heckler all by Danehill-line stallion, just like this colt. The similar Exceed And Excel x Rory’s Jester pedigree cross has had four winners from six runners with the previous mentioned Reward For Effort being the best, while another Essaouira, is in turn the dam of Group 1 winners Alizee and Astern.


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SOLD - $45,000
Bay filly

hallowed crown x
lassie mactavish

From the first crop of Street Sense’s Group 1 Randwick Guineas and Group 1 Golden Rose winner Hallowed Crown whose yearlings have sold up to $240,000 so far this year.

The bay filly is out of the winning More Than Ready mare Lassie Mactavish, with the current two-year-old out of the mare being the Inglis Premier - Mill Park sold Zoustar filly who made $165,000 and is in the stable of Mark Kavanagh, named Greetie, with the same trainer purchasing the I Am Invincible colt out of the mare in 2015 for $185,000.

From an international Group 1 family, Lassie Mactavish has had two winners from three runners, highlighted by the Group 1 performer Platinum Balos, who was also sold by Mill Park Stud.

More Than Ready as a broodmare sire has recorded 118 stakes performers, with five Group 1 winners – Miracles Of Life, Rebel Dane, Luna Rossa, Atlante and Delectation, with the similar Street Sense x More Than Ready pedigree cross having had three winners from four runners.


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SOLD - $450,000
Bay colt

snitzel x
miss with attitude

By Champion Sire Snitzel, who looks set to be crowned the Champion Sire once again this season, this bay colt is the third foal out of the multiple stakes-placed, winner of five Miss With Attitude, a Galileo half-sister to the stakes placed Oui Si Attitude.

The first foal of the mare was purchased by Mulcaster B’Stock for $370,00 and has been named Plagiarist, and although by Dalakhani and expected to need a bit of time, the colt has recorded two placed efforts from his two starts to date. The current two-year-old, by Camelot, is in the South African yard of Joey Ramsden and is yet to race.

Like Lot 519, this colt is from the international Group 1 family which includes Champion 3YO Shawanda and her son Encke – who headed the 2012 World Rankings, the dual Group 1 Shareta, Group 1 winner Sharaya and her Group 2-winning, Group 1 placed son Sans Adieu.

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 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.