Thursday, January 10, 2013


Boom first season sire, Wanted, has capped off another remarkable day with his three yearlings offered at today’s second session of the Gold Coast Magic Millions accruing $500,000 and leaving him with an overall sale average of $187,142.
Having snapped up the Wanted colt from Royal Singer earlier in the day for $130,000 from Musk Creek, Gai Waterhouse/James Harron Bloodstock weighed in again late in the session with $320,000 for the Wanted colt from With Love (above), consigned by Three Bridges.
The $320k youngster entered the ring directly after the Wanted colt from With Fervour (offered by Kulani Park) was picked up by John Sargent for $150,000.
Overall, Wanted has now had seven youngsters sold for a gross of $1,310,000 – not a bad return for a stallion that stood for just $33,000 in 2012.

Speaking of return on investment, other Eliza Park stallions have fared well at the Gold Coast Magic Millions with Statue of Liberty half brother to Diamond Glow (by Bel Esprit) selling for $200,000 to the Hong Kong Jockey Club in yesterday’s session, while the Bel Esprit filly from White Diamonds found a new home today with Denise Martin’s Star Thoroughbreds when the hammer fell on $165,000.

Denise Martin with Gai Waterhouse

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