Magic Millions is Australia’s premier thoroughbred auction house and perhaps the leading source of champions and high class performing racehorses. There are sales venues located at the Gold Coast, Adelaide, Perth and Launceston, and more than 6000 horses pass through the Magic Millions auction ring at 25 different sales a year, including yearlings, breeding stock and ready-to-run racehorses. In conjunction with the major Yearling Sales, Magic Millions also hosts a series of Carnivals and Race days. Complementing the Magic Millions Yearling Sale Series, the Magic Millions Race day presents two magnificent races across an eight race card at Ascot Racecourse in mid-February each year. These races are the Magic Millions Perth 2YO Classic, worth $250,000 and Magic Millions Perth 3YO Trophy, with prize-money of $100,000.
Magic Millions Produces Champions
The attraction of the Magic Millions horse sales is that the deal, and the racehorses themselves have become renowned for conformation, performance, pedigree and value for money. Australian thoroughbreds have demonstrated their strength and ability on racetracks in Australia as well as on the international stage, including Great Britain, Japan, Hong Kong, Dubai, Singapore and the USA, proving that they have the constitution and versatility to adapt to new surroundings and win against some of the best horses in the world. And this is exactly why buyers from around the world return to Magic Millions sales every year to find their next purchase.
Perth Race Day
The Magic Millions Perth Race day that is held annually at Ascot Racecourse is arranged, as an event, on the Saturday prior to the Magic Millions Perth Yearling Sale. The aim of the event is to showcase the rich prize money on offer for graduates of Magic Millions yearling sales in WA, with a total of $350,000 in Race Series prize money is available across both the races. Both the Magic Millions Perth 2YO Classic and the Magic Millions Perth 3YO Trophy have been recognised with Restricted Listed black type due to the high quality fields and winners to have contested past running’s of these races, which includes the likes of Lucky Street, Night War, Playing God and Camporella, in recent years.
Ascot Internationally Recognised
Ascot is Headquarters for horse racing in Western Australia. The Racecourse is considered the grand old lady of Australian racecourses, with committee buildings and Grandstand that looks as majestic now as they did at the turn of the century when they were built.
The Interstate and local Bookmakers Ring are comprehensively hosted at Ascot, with an open sided pavilion running the length of the Main Tote. Ascot has full online access available too, and has much international interest. Ascot’s 2,000 metre track is also attractive, modern and well drained with a 300 metre inclining straight regarded by experts as the toughest test of stayers in Australia.
Horse betting is a frightfully big industry in the Australia, embedded in the national psyche and now available online and even on mobile. This perfectly lays the plate for punters from Australia or anywhere in the world, ensuring a gourmet dish of equestrian nature, fashionably presented with rich Australian wallet enhancing sauce.