Armidale Stud heads Tasmanian Magic Millions

Victorian based trainer Mark Riley topped the Tasmanian Magic Millions yearling sale on Tuesday when he went to $62,000 to secure a Churchill Downs filly from Armidale Stud.

The Churchill Downs – Caralowe filly is Super VOBIS qualified and is a half sister to Triple Asset (Nadeem) who is favoured for the $50,000 Shaw Magic Millions 2YO Classic at Mowbray on Wednesday.

A Not a Single Doubt filly was next on the leader-board at $60,000.  Offered by Reibey Lodge, she was purchased by Magic Millions as agent for a Tasmanian client.

The Ladoni full brother to Group winning mare Lady Lynette was the top-priced colt.  He was purchased by Cranbourne trainer Mark Webb from Armidale Stud for $50,000.

Overall, trade reached $1.24 million at an average of $12,558 which was down from $14,193 last year.  The clearance rate was 64%.


$62,000 – Churchill Downs-Caralowe filly
Vendor: Armidale Stud / Buyer: Mark Riley (Vic)

$60,000 – Not a Single Doubt-Marina Miss filly
Reibey Lodge / Magic Millions as agent (Tas)

$50,000 – Ladoni-Queen’s Own colt
Armidale Stud / Mark Webb (Vic)

$41,000 – Snippetson-Flying Diva colt
Grenville Stud / Leigh Winwood (Tas)

$40,000 – Dash for Cash-Aprilia colt
Alva Stud / Gary Mudgway and John McArdle (Vic)