Eliza Park is consigning six yearlings to the Perth Magic Millions (19-20 February), providing the west with the opportunity to pick up youngsters by Wanted, Bel Esprit, Magnus, Shinzig and Domesday.
However, the presence steps up 10 fold on home turf with 60 yearlings entered for the Melbourne Premier (3-6 March) including full relations to exciting 2YO, Clevadude, Peach Tree, recent Magnus winners Magnaro (from Group winning 2YO Vita) and How Swede It Is; half relations to the brilliant Buffering, 2013 Perth Cup winner Talent Show (from Group winner Oregon Seal), Group One winners Mummify and Jymcarew, Villa Verde, Lyell, Classy Nugget, Permaiscuous, Dino Mak, Silver Bullion, Occidentals and Rockshaft; plus yearlings from black type mares such as Spurn, Ticket To Rome, Toast of the Coast and Dragon Maiden.
In Melbourne Eliza Park has seven youngsters by Wanted and two from his first season compatriot, Bushranger, eight by leading Australian Sire (by winners) Bel Esprit, five by another leading Australian sire (Second Season by winners) in Magnus, three by Statue of Liberty, a pair by Champion Sire, Written Tycoon, and another from promising young sire, Astronomer Royal. There are also yearlings on offer by Encosta de Lago, Exceed And Excel, Sebring, Bernardini, High Chaparral, Holy Roman Emperor, Commands, Rock of Gibraltar, Tale of the Cat, Savabeel, Any Given Saturday, New Approach, O’Reilly, Authorized, Elvstroem, Flying Spur, Hidden Dragon, Pentire, Purrealist and Teofilo.
The Melbourne Premier draft will be available for inspection from Tuesday 26 February.
Eliza Park will again have a large presence at the Adelaide Magic Millions with 27 up for grabs, highlighted by five yearlings apiece from Magnus and Written Tycoon, two by Wanted (including the second foal of Hussonet 2YO stakes winner Huiskes), a pair each from first time seller, Bushranger, and Shinzig, along with the progeny of Bel Esprit, Statue of Liberty, Blevic, Duke of Marmalade, Kaphero, Nicconi, Reaan, Ready’s Image, Sebring, Time Thief and Turffontein.