Day 6 Gold Coast Magic Millions – Darlington buys Patinack’s Dysfunction

The 2013 Gold Coast Magic Millions drew to a close on Tuesday with a combined catalogue of yearlings, racehorses and broodmares.

More Than Ready mare Dysfunction topped trade on Day 6 when she made $82,500 as part of the latest Patinack Farm reductions.  She was runner-up in the 2011 LR Calaway Gal Stakes at Eagle Farm and won a Doomben maiden at her penultimate start in November.

Dysfunction will be trained by Gillian Heinrich before ultimately retiring to Darlington Stud.

Next best on the leader-board was last year’s dual Newcastle winner Brown Doubt.  A son of Not A Single Doubt, he will return to the stables of David Pfieffer after being knocked down for $68,000.

The top priced yearling was $28,000 Hidden Dragon colt from Analign.  He was offered by Rosari Farm and was purchased by Magic Millions acting as agent for a Queensland client.

Among the tried horses, trade reached $866,950 at an average price of $9,965.  A total of 43 yearlings turned over $234,000 at an average price of $5,442.