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King's Legacy Magic Millions Yearling Updates

A $1.4million Magic Millions yearling and a dual Group I winner at two, King’s Legacy is the most represented first season sire heading into the Magic Millions and the blue blood son of Redoute’s Choice has several yearlings on offer that have had some good pedigree updates in recent weeks.

Closely related to champion sire Not a Single Doubt, King’s Legacy was the most popular first season sire in Australia when he went to stud at Coolmore in 2021 and will have plenty of support as his first yearlings hit the sale ring and four of them have had significant pedigree updates as follows and click here to see images for all his Gold Coast yearlings.

Offered by Ridgmont, Lot 526 is a King’s Legacy filly from Group II winning Savabeel mare Chintz, who is the dam of quality stakes-winner Not an Option, who won the Listed VRC Chester Manifold Stakes on New Year’s Day. This colt is a three-quarter brother to Not an Option, who is by Not a Single Doubt.

Offered by Bhima Thoroughbreds, Lot 164 is the half-brother to this season’s two time metro winning juvenile Wolfgang, who will run in the Magic Millions 2YO Classic following his Doomben victory last Saturday. He is the third foal of Group III placed Serenade, a half-sister to dual Group I winner Stratum Star and Group III winner Prague.

Offered by Holbrook Thoroughbreds, Lot 853 is the half-brother to progressive Deep Field mare A Little Deep, who won at Moonee Valley on Saturday and has won three of five starts. He is the third foal of Laugh a Little, a winning half-sister by Lonhro to Group winners Crack Me Up and Hoofit

Offered by Lime Country Thoroughbreds, Lot 24 is a half-sister to stakes-placed Canadian Spice and also promising three year-old filly Chilli Filly, who won at Randwick on Boxing Day and has won two of three starts. This filly is from stakes-winner Paprika, who has had six foals to race all winners!

Offered by Parsons Creek, Lot 198 is a half-sister to unraced two year-old filly Shezasiren (Yes Yes Yes), who won her first barrier trial at Warwick Farm on Tuesday morning for Marc Conners. This colt is from imported stakes-winner Siren’s Song (IRE), who has produced five winners from six foals to race.

Offered by Newgate Farm, Lot 319 is a half-sister to unraced two year-old filly Twirling (I Am Invincible), who won her second trial and first this prep at Warwick Farm on Tuesday morning for Peter and Paul Snowden. This filly is from Group II placed Lonhro mare Twirl from the family of champion sire Fastnet Rock.