Three Bridges Celebrate Unencumbered Magic Millions Debut
Three Bridges Thoroughbreds young gun Unencumbered made a pleasing debut at the 2017 Magic Millions Yearling Sale where his offspring sold for up to $120,000.
Unencumbered had seven yearlings average $90,714 with his best result a filly from Yeahdad that made $120,000 for Amarina Farm when bought by Robrick Lodge thoroughbreds.
Leading syndicators Darby Racing and Slade Bloodstock were quick to snap up his stock, the former paying $80,000 for a filly from Lilly in Love and the latter purchasing a colt from Litter for $110,000, both youngsters offered by Three Bridges.
Unencumbered returned nearly seven times his service fee, so proved a profitable choice for his supporters.
Three Bridges enjoyed 100% clearance selling all six horses offered at Magic Millions this year with the best result at $325,000 coming for the More Than Ready (USA) filly from Group III winner Absolutelyfabulous.
She was purchased by Speedway Stable/Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott Racing.
We congratulate all purchasers and wish everyone the very best of luck going forward.
Next on the agenda for Three Bridges will be the 2017 Inglis Premier Yearling Sale in Melbourne (26 Feb – 1 March), click here to see the draft.