Blue Blooded Stallion Prospect Joins Magic Millions National Sale
One of the best bred stallion prospects in the world has joined the supplementary catalogue for the 2019 Magic Millions National Sale.
The impeccably bred The Taj Mahal, a multiple Group Two winner and member of one of the world’s best and most current families, will join three other stallion prospects to go under the hammer at the conclusion of Day One of the National Broodmare Sale on May 28.
Winner of the last two runnings of the Group Two Zipping Classic at Sandown, The Taj Mahal is by world champion sire Galileo and from the group winning, champion producer You’resothrilling.
The Taj Mahal is a full brother to Group One winners Gleneagles, Happily and Marvellous and a brother in blood to fellow Group One winner Decorated Knight. Gleneagles, a Champion at two and three in Europe, is standing at Coolmore Stud in Ireland and his first runner Highland Chief was a winner.
“The Taj Mahal was a tough, genuine horse who was unlucky not to win a Group One in Australia,” part owner Nick Williams said. “He ran in some of the biggest Group One races in both hemispheres.”
“It’s not often a horse with such an incredible pedigree has the looks to match. He’s an absolutely outstanding individual and his family is high class and very current,” Williams added. “In my opinion he’s the best opportunity for a middle distance stallion in this part of the world since Dundeel.”
The other group performed stallion prospects set to go under the hammer later this month are Bondi (Snitzel-Bondi Blonde), Good Project (Not a Single Doubt-Euchre) and Merovee (Frankel-More Strawberries).
“Never before have we been able to catalogue such a quality line up of stallion prospects at the National Sale,” Magic Millions Managing Director Barry Bowditch said.
“All four stallions are impeccably bred and showed great ability on the racetrack,” he added. “They look top prospects for any farm.”
Bondi (Lot 1009) won at two and has raced against the best gallopers during his short career to date. He was second in the Group One Champagne Stakes at two and beaten a nose in January’s $2 million Gold Coast Magic Millions 3YO Guineas.
A son of Snitzel, Bondi, like The Taj Mahal, has been entered as part of a star studded Newgate Consignment.
Good Project, a half brother to two international stakes performers, is a Group One winning son of Not a Single Doubt who earned over $1.3 million on the track.
Frankel’s son Merovee is a multiple winner from a short career and was second at group level as a three-year-old. He is from the Group winner More Strawberries, a half sister to Group One winner and successful sire All American.
The Taj Mahal Pedigree – click HERE.
The Taj Mahal Race Record – click HERE.
Copy: Magic Millions Press Release