Vinery Australia consigned the sale-topping bay filly by Red Ransom at the annual Australian select weanling sale in Sydney on May 3. From champion South African filly Tracy's Element was purchased at $300,000 (Australian funds) by Gerry Harvey, a leading electrical goods retailer and co-Magic Millions principal. Harvey also owns Baramul Stud.A winner of two group Is and named South Africa's champion filly at two and four, Tracy's Element is the Last Tycoon sibling of Danasinga, a first crop group I winner for Danehill. Both are from prolific Ahonoora mare Princess Tracy.Dearest colt at the weanling sale was the first generation Fasliyev from Joann's Reality at $110,000. a first crop Real Quiet colt bought half that figure.From a total of 269 head through the Newmarket ring, 187 traded for more than $3.4 million at an average of $18,585 The overall median was $10,000. The 86 fillies finished with an average of $19,052 but a $9,000 median, while the male average of $18,187 was attended by a $12,000 median.