A chance to collect a champion racehorse in Bundall

NATHAN Tinkler’s about to start disposing of his bloodstock portfolio, with Patinack Farm stock to be sold off.

Horses are on display at Bundall from today.

Magic Millions Managing Director Vin Cox said there will be some high quality stock from the Canungra stables up for grabs.


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Animals will go under the hammer without reserve.

“We kick off on Sunday for sales and go right through to Wednesday, where on Monday we sell yearlings…not all the horses are Patinack horses, it’s a part of our regular sales line-up and you can buy a horse that’s ready to roll and go to the races next week” Mr Cox said.

At this stage 21 mares will be absent from the complex – however the status of five Bel Mel, Countess Bathory, Dreams and Wishes, Linky Dink and Bootsey will be reassessed on Friday.

One mare, Queen of the Creek, will remain at the Sandy Hollow property as she recovers from a hoof ailment. All will be sold as scheduled on Sunday.

The 20 mares who could be at Canungra and not make it to the sale grounds are available for inspection at the property and anyone seeking transport for this purpose can arrange through a Magic Millions staff member.

Two racehorses, Hooked and Tremec, will remain at the Randwick stables of John Thompson, and will also be sold inabsentia.

As previously advised, last start group winner Hooked will be accepted for the Epsom Handicap – a race which will run three days after he is sold on October 1.

Anyone wishing to inspect either of these two lots should contact Paul Knight at Magic Millions.

The stallions Monaco Consul, Murtajill, Raheeb and Trusting will be sold inabsentia. Lope de Vega is withdrawn.

Dozens of catalogue and pedigree updates are available via the Magic Millions website or by clicking here.

The mares in this Patinack Farm Complete Dispersal Sale catalogue covered by All Too Hard, Lope de Vega or More Than Ready since the 1st September, 2014 that are either holding service or have an early positive pregnancy test will be sold with the value of the service fee included.

Should any of these mares be found to be not pregnant post the sale, the new owner of the mare has the right to return the mare to the said stallion during the current 2014 Breeding Season.

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