Teeley Assets dispersal at Magic Millions

Teeley Assets will disperse its bloodstock interests at the Magic Millions National Sale from May 26 to June 5.

Owner Muzaffar Yaseen’s decision to sell his complete portfolio unreserved gives buyers the opportunity to secure bloodstock from one of Australia’s most successful thoroughbred dynasties.

Arrowfield Stud will act as selling agent on the Gold Coast.  The consignment will comprise 51 broodmares, 31 weanlings, 4 yearlings and a select group of race fillies

Teeley Assets entered the industry with the purchase of Shantha’s Choice as a yearling for $220,000 in 1993.  The Canny Lad filly won at Seymour on debut and was later sent to emerging sire Danehill in her maiden season at stud.  The result was Redoute’s Choice – one of the thoroughbred industry’s greatest success stories.

A winner of the G1 Blue Diamond Stakes at two, Redoute’s Choice notched five wins, including four at racing’s elite level before being retired to Arrowfield Stud where he has been an outstanding success.

In the ensuing years, Yaseen has bred and raced many stars including last year’s Blue Diamond Stakes winner Miracles of Life as well as stallions Manhattan Rain and Platinum Scissors.

The Teeley mares for sale include Monsoon Wedding (in foal to Pierro), Precious Lorraine (in foal to Stratum), Ten Carat Rock (in foal to Fastnet Rock) and The Broken Shore (in foal to Fastnet Rock).

Its broodmare dispersal also comprises stakes winners Abbadena, Beauty School, Estelle Collection, Fritz’s Princess, Gina Lollawitcha, Whisper Bay and Zipanese as well as the dams of Group 1 winners Absolutely, Cheeky Choice and Miracles of Life.

The Teeley sale will include a reduction of 31 weanlings by leading sires Fastnet Rock, Manhattan Rain, More Than Ready, Redoute’s Choice, Sepoy, Stratum and Testa Rossa.

Among the weanlings will be half or full relations to stakes winners Cheeky Choice, I’m All The Talk, Lankan Rupee, Miracles of Life and Packing Ok.

Completing the outstanding draft will be four yearlings – three fillies and a colt – all by Group 1 winning sire Manhattan Rain.