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Aceland has 7 exciting lots by top sires in the upcoming Tasmanian Magic Millions Yearling Sale:

(To view their pedigree click on the Lot No below)

Lot 2 Bay Filly by Hard SpunLot 26 Chestnut colt by HussonLot 27 Chestnut filly by Written TycoonLot 33 Bay/Grey Filly by HussonLot 55 Bay Filly by MagnusLot 78 Bay Colt by KapheroLot 81 Bay Filly by Street Boss.

The Magic Millions Yearling Sale in Tasmania continues to grow into one of the best value for money bloodstock sales in Australia, and the recently released catalogue for the 2014 sale is now able to be viewed on the Magic Millions website.
"Whilst numbers may be slightly down on previous years, arguably the quality of bloodstock on offer has improved, with a diverse range of local and interstate sires having representatives in the 2014 edition" according  to TasBreeders Consultant, Nicholas  Hay.
TasBreeders have a focus on quality with stock mating and this is reflected in the 2014 yearlings on offer by some of the hottest sires in the country.     Horses such as Ad Valorem (USA), Written Tycoon (Aus), Any Given Saturday (USA), Bushranger (Ire) Estambul (Arg), Hard Spun (USA), Husson (Arg), Incumbent, Ladoni (GB), Magnus, West Quest (Can), Tough Speed (Ire) and Savoire Vivre (GB) are well represented in the catalogue.
With yearlings raised in some of the cleanest and freshest environments in the world, the Tasmanian bred horses over the past 12 months have continued to perform at the highest level.   Horses such as Lake Sententia, Queenstown, Norsqui, Banca Mo, Bia Diamond, Black 'N' Tough, North Lodge, have started their careers off in Tasmania. These horses have all been raised on some of Tasmania's richest agricultural land and handled by some of Tasmania's very astute horse people.
Horses will be available for inspection from Tuesday 11 February at the lnveresk Showgrounds  in Launceston.
Again the 2014 sale will follow the Magic Millions race night at the Launceston racecourse on Wednesday 1ih February, which will give interstate visitors a double reason to make the trip.


I have a focus on the future development of racing and breeding within the State. It is with the assistance of breeders like Aceland Stud farm that create high quality horses available to local breeders and farmers that help to accelerate the evolution of local horses.

The Tasmanian Minister for Racing and Deputy Premier, Bryan Green