Falvelon filly tops Session 6 at Magic Millions

The 2010 Magic Millions Gold Coast yearling sale closed on Thursday when Session 6 saw a turnover of $2.45 million on 206 yearlings.  The final day’s trade averaged out at $11,936 on a 77% clearance rate.

Helen Page topped proceedings when she went to $55,000 to secure the half sister to rising stable star Power of Ed.  The Falvelon filly, a member of the Epic Farm draft, is the second foal of the winning Iglesia mare Precious Epic.

Precious Epic’s first foal Power of Ed created a big impression last Saturday when he stormed home to win the $100,000 Queensland Events Magic Millions 2YO Plate.  Page has Winter Carnival plans for Power of Ed and she was delighted to be able to buy his half sister during today’s session.

Magic Millions Managing Director David Chester said he was delighted with the results achieved during Session 6.  “The beauty about the Magic Millions is the great range of horses on offer – a horse for everyone’s liking and budget.”

“We all saw the rising sprint talent Warrior Girl score a commanding win at the Gold Coast last Saturday – she was purchased from this sale for just $6,000.  A couple of years on and she has earned over $160,000 from just three starts!”


$55,000 – Falvelon-Precious Epic filly
Vendor: Epic Farm / Buyer: Helen Page

$47,500 – Umatilla-Our Twig colt
Kenmore Lodge / Aquanita Racing

$47,000 – Testa Rossa-No Say colt
Lakeview Stud / Darren Weir

$45,000 – Grandera-African Queen filly
Millbrook / Australian T’bred B’stock

$45,000 – Dane Shadow-Davone Pheroz filly
Robyn Wise / Edward O’Dwyer

$42,500 – Hidden Dragon-Lady Brilliant colt
Canning Downs Stud / Paul Willetts

$40,000 – Falvelon-Sister Catherine colt
Hallside Farm / Washpool T’breds

$40,000 – Mossman-Coed filly
Canning Downs Stud / John Wallace

$40,000 – Favelon-Millibaci filly
Raheen Stud / Bryan Guy