Breeding news 23/5

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The Magic Millions National Sale kicks off on the Gold Coast this week, with the weanlings the first to go under the hammer, followed by the Broodmares.
603 Weanling lots have been catalogued over the three days, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 10am.
The Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale will follow, to be held from May 29 to 31 with 740 quality lots.

Over 90 fillies and mares catalogued are black type – having won or placed in stakes company either in Australia or overseas.

Among the highlight entries are Group One winners Arapaho Miss, Belle Bizarre, Mythical Play, Once Were Wild and Ruby Clipper.
More here…

Glenlogan Park kept the runs on the board for the Queenslanders with two impressive winners across the weekend.
Doomben Race 6: $125,000 G3 BRC Sprint – Woorim (Show A Heart)
Belmont : Reed Resources 1000m Handicap – Winged Angel (Jet Spur)
Queensland’s Champion Stallion of the last two seasons, Show A Heart, unearthed another genuine G1 Stradbroke contender at Doomben on Saturday when his 5YO gelding Woorim produced a winning display in the $125,000 G3 BRC Sprint.
The win gives Show A Heart two possible contenders in Australia’s premier G1 1400m Handicap, the Stradbroke, with Toorak Toff also being set for the big race.. Story here…
Meantime, across the other side of the country, Winged Angel won very impressively at Belmont, helping Queensland’s leading 2YO Sire, Jet Spur, continued his charge up the national juvenile tables.
Jet Spur now sits only behind Exceed And Excel in the battle for Australia’s Champion 2YO Sire by winners… Full details…
The Queensland-bred runners didn’t disappoint in the final leg of the Golden Horseshoe Series at Kranji on Friday night.
Cash Luck (Bradbury’s Luck – Blue Celeste) finished a respectable fourth, with Kaiser (Seidnazar-One Wink) just four further back, after previously winning two legs of the six race series.
Australian breds dominated the finale, taking the first five places.
In a thrilling finish Mr Big (Elusive Quality) held out the race favourite and the previously unbeaten youngster, Dark Matter (Stratum) to win narrowly. It was three lengths back to the rest – headed by Dark Matter’s stablemate Awakened.