Horse Racing

Sires freshman all rage at Tattersalls

NEW MARKET, UK–With hundreds of additional ponies cataloged for this year’s December Fools Sale, a lengthy opening session was conducted in the pouring rain that followed is the bright sunshine that has started the four trading days in a positive way. Both average and median prices increased, as did sales, although the number of offers was higher this year. Only the clearance rate, at 70%, is down from 84% last year. The average of 13,000 gns represents a 30% increase, while the median is up 8% at 16,552 gns. With 18 saplings another year marked as sold this year, the total is 3,128,300gns.

There’s always a lot of interest in the offspring of the first season brood and the lead on Wednesday’s new arrivals was G1 winner Sussex S. smart Shadwell Mohaather (GB), one of the boys. The rising young son of Showcasing (GB) at stud is responsible for the top copper lot (486) which sold for 80,000gns.

Joe Foley has long been a fan of Showcasing, bought Soldier’s Call (GB) as an aspiration for Clipper Logistics and is now standing at Ballyhane Stud, while Clipper’s Steve Parkin gave birth to his daughter, this year’s G2 Queen Mary S. winner. ). Foley has faced some stiff opposition to the consignment son Brook Stud of multiple-time winner Lady Freyja (GB) (Mayson {GB}), who was bred by Jon A. Thompson.

Skimming the clichés about selling reserve blood, Foley said with a grin, “He looks like a real weapon. He came from a good hotel, was in really good physical condition and he ticked all the boxes that worked for us. All the right people support him; Luke Barry is the lower bidder and he’s a judge of some sort.”

Conductor Ballyhane added, “He’s a real Showcase; he reminded us of the Showcase and the Soldier’s Call. The mother is a nice person, she is rated 90 and very helpful, and we bought a Ribchester (Ire) from the same family in Book 3. I really underestimate Mohaather as an aspirant. thirsty so we really want to buy one like him a high end racehorse. His acceleration in Sussex was a joy to behold. He looks like a racehorse and we’ll try to make him a racehorse.”

Consignor Dwayne Woods said, “He was bought by super magistrates, and he is a horse that will come forward and become a proper pony.”

Your Majesty Juddmonte is trustworthy rhythmic breathing (GB) has been friends with many breeders and among them is Yvonne Jacques of Carisbrooke Stud, who sold his smart dog (lot 346) to treble winner Naqaawa (Ire) (Shamardal) for share the top spot for 80,000 gns. Tom Goff, representing Rupert Gregson-Williams of Surrey-based Wardley Bloodstock, signed the ticket.

“She is a beautiful girl from a very good farm and a lovely lineage,” Goff said of her relationship with Group 3 double winner Alflaila (GB) (Dark Angel {Ire}) . “She has class and quality, has a nice body and moves well. She can race or maybe come back here next year, we’ll see how she improves over the year.

In addition to Mohaather, numerous first-season boars with first crops are on display at Tattersalls including Whitsbury resident Manor Stud, Sergei Prokofiev, who has a huge representation of 67 weaners in the catalog and appears in first four children. pony session at Park Paddocks. Conroy Flash Conroy by Charles Shanahan and Glenvale Stud signed for two by Scat Daddy’s son, lot 470 at 72,000 gns and lot 291 at 40,000 gns.

The former, consigned and co-bred by Selwood Bloodstock, is outside of the Dutch Art Mare Music Lesson (GB) (GB) from a family that includes a Group 2 double winner and a Triple Threat stallion (Fr) of French descent and multiple Group 1 winners Canford Cliffs (Ire).

Shanahan said, “It seems that you are going to get some very splendid looking horses from what we have seen. He is clearly training at Ballydoyle and it is assumed that he has a lot of potential. We’re thrilled to have a horse just like him – he’s a great athlete with loads of range, loads of power, everything you look for in a pony you want to sell. like a desire. He is definitely someone we want to buy today.”

He added, “I am very impressed with his stock. Flash collected one earlier today, so we’re very interested in the male and let’s hope for who he can kick in the next two years. This pony went back to Ireland and Glenvale.

Lot 291, provided by his WHR breeders John and Partners, is outside of the multiple winning Prince Strategy mare (Ire) Livella Fella (Ire), who has been mated exclusively to stallions Whitsbury Manor Stud and is the dam of Mai Alward (GB), one of many first-time winners for this season’s Havana Gray (GB).

Sergei Prokofiev’s 20 weaners sold in the opening session sold for an average of 19,400gns against an initial fee of £6,000.

Kildangan Stud-based Earthlight (Ire), whose stock sold well at Goffs last week, is another freshman with a prominent weaning trait Wednesday in lot 446. Bred by Ladyswood Stud of Alex and Olivia Frost and consigned on their behalf by Barton Stud, the pony born in April is the son of several Spirits (Ire) classified in Group 3 (Invincible God {Ire}) from a The family spans from the influential matriarchal Park Appeal (Ire) and includes stallions Cape Cross (Ire), Iffraaj (GB) and Diktat (GB). He was bought by Yeomanstown Stud for 65,000gns.

Barton Stud’s manager, Tom Blain, said: “He’s a lovely pony, raised at Ladyswood, a lovely farm and they are great people, we love selling them.

“The pony came here and performed well and we got a good price, I hope Yeomanstown does well with it. He’s a really nice guy, and I like the stock I saw through Earthlight.”

Continuing the freshman theme, Newsells Park Stud Without Parole (GB) resident was represented by a pony from the draft of the Thoroughbred Natton House (lot 274), which took the lead early in the morning when it was sold for 46,000 gns. The March-born wean is also the first for his young mother, Image Of The Moon (GB) double winner (Mukhadram {GB}) and purchased by Julie Wood under her Woodstock banner that.

Wood’s famous color has been represented by numerous successful runners from the Hannon stables over the years, including Zebedee (GB) and Olympic Glory (Ire), and this season she got a taste of it. won with Rich (GB), Wood’s other son. Frankel (GB) in Cracksman (GB).

“I think I will join Frankel again and his first season male without parole,” she said. “This is a good pony, currently it looks quite compact, has a classy demeanor and is a good walker.”

No parole is that the male of five young men will cross the ring on Wednesday with an average price of 26,000gns.

Kameko and Arizona (Ire) were also among the top shipments of the day with each foal selling for 45,000 gns. The foal Kameko (lot 398) was provided by his home hatchery in Tweenhills and picked up by Eddie O’Leary of Lynn Lodge Stud.

Meanwhile, the Bushranger family’s Arizona pony (Ire) was purchased by brothers Paul and Jim McCartan from Derek and Gay Veitch’s Ringfort Stud.

Roger Marley, better known as an agile pickpocket, registered an Iffraaj (GB) pony (lot 336) with a recent good update for 55,000 gns from Baroda’s draft. Stud. Teenage boy Tyndrum Gold (GB) (Muharrar {GB}) won the November 2 premiere for Roger Varian and Purebred Opulence.

Bred by Copgrove Hall Stud of the Reed family, this pony is not the winning half sister to prolific sprinter La Cucaracha (GB) (Piccolo {GB}), winner of G1 Nunthorpe S. of her seven wins.

The Park Paddocks are back in action tomorrow with another 10 a.m. start.


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