A quality filly by Written Tycoon topped Day Two of the Magic Millions Gold Coast National Yearling Sale on Wednesday to round out Book One of the auction.
Offered by Kitchwin Hills, as agent, the filly was purchased by Aquis Farm and Blue Sky Bloodstock in conjunction with leading New South Wales trainer Kris Lees.
Blue Sky's Julian Blaxland was able to secure the prized filly with a $300,000 bid.
"Physically she was the filly of the sale," Blaxland reported. "She looks a real two-year-old."
"She's an out cross and Aquis is really happy to be supporting Kris Lees with their first horse together."
"The sire is doing a wonderful job and on the market at the yearling sales for the past 12 months, when compared to other fillies of similar quality, she looks great buying," Blaxland added.
The filly, catalogued as Lot 2206, is the second foal of the two-year-old winning More Than Ready mare More Black Magic.
A winner at 1000 metres and Sydney placed, More Black Magic is from the WATC Gimcrack Stakes winner Ebony Magic and hails from the family of the Group One winner Covertly.