Federation of Bloodstock Agents Australia (FBAA) members maintained a strong presence on Day 2 of the Gold Coast Magic Millions with turnover of $6.71 million.
It followed FBAA trade of $8.07 million on Day 1 for a growing list of domestic and international clients.
Julian Blaxland’s Blue Sky Bloodstock (FBAA) topped the overall session on Thursday when acting with Gai Waterhouse and Aquis Farm for the $1.30 million More Than Ready brother to Sebring from Corumbene Stud.
“I’ve had two Golden Slipper winners off Corumbene and this could be the third,” Gai said. “He’s a magical, masculine horse.”
Blaxland was also bidding on behalf of Aquis Farm when acquiring a Fastnet Rock colt for $650,000 from Kia-Ora Stud. He’s the first foal of G1 Hollywood Starlet Stakes winner Pure Fun.
Boomer Bloodstock (FBAA) agent Craig Rounsefell topped Day 1 with $900,000 for the Dundeel - Miss Finland colt and he was back on Thursday for another three yearlings totalling $1 million. Topping the trio was an I Am Invincible – Radiant Star colt from the family of Melbourne Group winners Nediym’s Glow and Kinglike for $550,000.
Other FBAA members in action on Day 2 of the Gold Coast Magic Millions included;
Bluegrass Bloodstock: So You Think colt ($280,000) was another buy for Gelagotis Racing
DGR Thoroughbreds: Duncan Ramage paid $240,000 for a Foxwedge filly from the ‘Canny’ family
Peter Ford: A Redoute’s Choice filly & Zoustar colt for a combined $270,000 with Robbie Griffiths
Pinhook Bloodstock: Nicconi colt from Widden purchased for $35,000 going to Scott Singleton
Randwick Bloodstock: Three lots for Mystery Downs and Henry Dwyer for a combined $720,000.
Federation of Bloodstock Agents Australia (FBAA) was formed in 1988 to maintain, improve and develop the standards, status and services of bloodstock agents throughout Australia. Its members operate with the utmost integrity and professionalism and are bound by the strict Industry Code of Conduct.
The list of FBAA members can be found here.