Group 1 Railway Stakes winner Belle Bizarre is back under WA ownership after being knocked down for $92,500 at the Magic Millions Patinack Dispersal Sale.
Gingin based Gold Front Thoroughbreds bought her for $92,500 with a Trusting colt at foot.
Gold Front owners Alan and Sue Olive spent almost $200,000 for four lots on the Gold Coast. Apart from the Railway Stakes winner, they also purchased Stephansdom ($60,000) and a 3YO Filly by Big Brown ($40,000).
Belle Bizarre (Dauberval) topped $1 million prizemoney for trainer Rod Bynder. Among her other black-type wins were the G2 Lee Steere Stakes and she also struck at Listed level in the Starstruck Classic, Bunbury Stakes, Goodwood Sprint & La Trice Classic.
She has a yearling colt by Lope de Vega that was sold separately to a Victorian buyer for $20,000 at the Patinack Dispersal.
Stephansdom (Lonhro) was part of the Darley reduction at the Magic Millions Spring Racehorse Sale on the Gold Coast. She was placed as a two year-old on debut at Randwick and will be a quality addition to Gold Front.
Her dam Ringstrasse (Redoute’s Choice) is a winning three-quarter sister to Snitzel.
The Big Brown filly, like many Patinack three year-olds, is untried. She is another with residual value being the first foal of Perth stakes winner Spirited One.
Spirited One (Verglas) claimed the G3 Champion Fillies Stakes plus the Listed Jungle Dawn and Jungle Mist Classics.