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Why Buy A Tasmanian Yearling?

The Australian yearling sale calendar is jam-packed with choice for buyers of Australian yearlings.  With so much choice on offer, why buy a Tasmanian yearling?

For many years, a select few Victorian buyers were regular visitors to the annual Tasmanian yearling sale.  These days, the secret is well and truly out with the number of interstate and international buyers that attend the sale, growing each year.  While there are many reasons to visit Tasmania, including the great food, wine, beer and world-class golf courses, buyers visit the Tasmanian sale to purchase quality horses at bargain prices. Importantly, these affordable horses have every chance of being a future outstanding performer.

The average purchase price at the Tasmanian sale is approximately AUD$15,000. The event features a large selection of yearlings sired by quality interstate stallions, in addition to the best of Tasmania’s quality stallions. 

The list below details a selection of horses bred in Tasmania in recent years that have excelled nationally or have triumphed against quality interstate opposition in many of Tasmania’s feature races.

Al Zimer, Alfa, Allsand, Aristocrat Lady, Born A King, Bright Light, Charlann, Chicks In Charge, Conquering, Danson D’or, Dream Quest, Dreamalot, El Mirada, Esterel, Father Floyd, Fine Omens, Fyndarn Ali, Golden Serpent, Highclere, Hit the Spot, Ionacolumba, Jay Kay Bee, Josie Velez, Lady Lynette, Lekitima, Life To The Full, Magic Turn, Mellow Chateau, Norella, Nova Clause, Nuclear Free, Oh Blue Angel, Our Dashing Dane, Over The Sea, Parmar Day, Pass Me By, Paternoster Row, Rhumb Line, Rotunda, Royal Rambo, Rumcorp, Rustia, St Andrews, Sunny Lane, Sunny Skies, Uzigal, Venus A Go Go, Vickers, Wealthy Lad, Weasel Will, Wexford, White Hart Lane, Windigo, Ladari, My Sienna, Huntingfield, Dolphin Dance, Bold Matador, Bank Robber plus many more.

In recent times this list continues to grow with Tasmanian bred horses performing at highest level on the mainland. This include

    • Norsqui (SAJC Adelaide Cup (G2), Mornington Cup (L) and Second in Sydney Cup (G1))
    • Lady Lynette (Blazer Stakes (G2), Crane Stakes (G3))
    • Lake Sententia (Centaurea Stakes (L))
    • Banca Mo (WRC Warrnambool Cup (L))
    • Triple Asset (SAJC The Jansz (G3)) VRC Thoroughbred Breeders' Stakes (G3))
    • Bia Diamond (Melbourne Metropolitan Winner)
    • North Lodge (Sandown and Moonee Valley Winner)
    • Rebal Bride (Bow Mistress Stakes (G3)
    • Black ‘N’ Tough (Moonee Valley Winner)
    • Methuselah (Tasmanian Derby (G3))
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The annual Tasmanian yearling sale is conducted by Magic Millions and is held in the second week of February. The 2014 addition will be conducted on Thursday 12th February 2014, the day after the Magic Millions graduate race night conducted at The TOTE Racing Centre, Launceston. The graduate race night will feature the $50,000 Brooklyn Park Magic Millions for Two-Year-Old (1200m) and $50,000 TasBreeders Magic Millions for Three-Year-Old (1200m)