Rubick Grazing

Magic Results for Rubick

Encouraging results on the racetrack for the first crop of two year-olds by Rubick buoyed sale ring results at the Gold Coast this week at Magic Millions where the brilliant son of Encosta de Lago had 10 yearlings average $202,000 representing a great return from his 2016 service fee of $17,600.

The top seller for Rubick was a filly from good producer County Mayo (USA) that made $360,000 for Rosari Farm when secured by Mystery Downs.

Not far behind were Coolmore consigned colts from Derelique and Peahen (GB) that made $340,000 and $320,000 when purchased by leading trainers Ciaron Maher and Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott.

Rubick’s 2019 Magic Millions Book One average of $202,000 was up on the previous year when he had 22 yearlings average $160,227 reflecting the growing esteem in which he is held.

Rubick covered his largest book of 263 mares last spring and is poised to make a big impression at the 2019 Inglis Classic Yearling Sale next month in Sydney where he has 32 yearlings catalogued.