Yes Yes Yes Weanlings Popular at Magic Millions
The first weanlings by Everest hero Yes Yes Yes were in keen demand at the Magic Millions National Weanling Sale this week with seven youngsters averaging $99,714.
His best result was a beautiful filly from young Redoute’s Choice mare Luluoru that made $260,000 for Milburn Creek when bought be renowned pinhooking partnership Suman Hedge Bloodstock/Redwall Bloodstock.
A half-sister to good metro winner Jack the Lad, she comes from a big North American Black Type family.
Joe O’Neill of Prime Thoroughbreds found it impossible to resist the Yes Yes Yes filly from Zizzis that was offered by Rothwell Park Thoroughbreds and is a three-quarter sister-in-blood to his former star performer Rubisaki, who is by Yes Yes Yes's sire Rubick.
O’Neill paid $130,000 to secure this filly and will no doubt be hoping she can emulate the achievements of Rubisaki, a multiple Group winner of over $1.2million in prizemoney.
Redwall Bloodstock bough the most expensive colt by Yes Yes Yes paying $125,000 for the Coolmore consigned colt from young So You Think mare Money Magic.