Catalog For Tattersalls Online June 29th Sale Out Now

The catalog for the Tattersalls Online June 29th Sale has been published online and can be viewed at www.tattersallsonline.com.

A total of 77 lots will feature in the fifth sale to be held on the Tattersalls Online platform, which has seen the number of lots cataloged increase for each sale. Entries include a diverse range of exciting flat and National Hunt prospects, alongside a selection of breeding stock and yearlings.

The headline act amongst horses with smart form on the flat is the Slievebrook House Stud consigned Queens Carriage, a three-time winning daughter of exceptional young sire Mehmas who boasts an Official Rating of 97. A half-sister to the Listed-placed King’s Field, Queens Carriage has placed fourth three times in Listed company and is out of a half-sister to the Group 1 Cheveley Park Stakes winner Rosdhu Queen.

Other well-bred fillies to feature are the Archie Watson-trained Jaariyah, a winning daughter of Shamardal out of a half-sister to Grade 1 winner I’m the Tiger, and Let it Bea, a 3-year-old daughter of Zoffany out of a half-sister to the Group 1 Prix Morny second and dual Group 2 winner Gutaifan. Let it Bea will be offered by the Castlebridge Consignment and placed second in a maiden at Leopardstown on her most recent start for trainer Jessie Harrington, earning a Timeform rating of 84.

Slievebrook House Stud will also consign the promising two-year-old Shoebox King, a twice-raced son of Aclaim who was second at Fairyhouse on his most recent start. The progressive three-year-old Abrag is another smart prospect cataloged. The Acclamation colt broke his maiden comfortably last time out for Andrew Balding’s Park House Stables and is currently rated 80 by Timeform. They will be joined by the admirably consistent Dawaaleeb, officially rated 88 and the winner of over £67,000 in prize money, who will be offered by Les Eyre’s Ivy House Stables. The son of Invincible Spirit won three of his starts and placed four times in 2020 and was beaten a neck into second on his most recent start this year.

Exciting National Hunt prospects entered in the sale include the Coolmeen Stables consigned Sir Jackschiaparel, the impressive winner of a point-to-point at Fairyhouse on his most recent start. The 5-year-old son of Schiaparelli is from a remarkably prolific family including the Grade 1 winner Kylemore Lough and five further Grade 1 performers. He will be joined by Annie Nail, a 4-year-old daughter of Doyen who held every chance when falling at the last on her recent debut in a point-to-point at Ballingarry. Consigned by Cormac Doyle’s Monbeg Stables, Annie Nail is out of a half-sister to the Grade 2 winner Bellator who placed in both the Grade 1 King George VI Chase and the Grade 1 Tingle Creek Chase.

The sale will also feature broodmares in foal to stallions who enjoyed stellar weeks at Royal Ascot. The four-year-old Iffraaj mare What is Life is offered in foal to first-season sire Ardad who was represented by the Group 2 Norfolk Stakes winner Perfect Power and the Group 2 Coventry Stakes placed Vintage Clarets and will be offered by Nelson Farm. Genuine Approval, a winner of six races and a half-sister to the dam of the Group 2 Railway Stakes fourth De Bruyne Horse from the direct family of Pivotal, will be offered in foal to Mayson, who enjoyed a Royal Ascot sprint double courtesy of Group 1 King’s Stand victor Oxted and the impressive Wokingham winner Rohaan. They will be joined by yearlings by sires including Caravaggio and Brazen Beau.

Commenting on the Tattersalls Online June 29th Sale, Tattersalls chairman Edmond Mahony said;

“The catalog of 77 lots entered in the June 29th Sale is the largest yet for a sale on the Tattersalls Online platform and illustrates the growing confidence that both vendors and buyers are placing in our online product, which has seen six-figure lots sold to Australia, Bahrain, Hong Kong, South Africa and the USA. The entries for the latest sale feature a diverse combination of high quality flat and National Hunt prospects, which look set to attract plenty of interest from domestic and international buyers alike.”

Details of the available lots including photos, videos and veterinary information can be found on www.tattersallsonline.com and prospective purchasers are required to register or logon and join the sale ahead of the commencement of bidding, subject to approval by the Tattersalls accounts team. Bidding on the Tattersalls Online June 29th Sale will open at 12pm (noon) on Monday, June 28 and will close from 12pm (noon) on Tuesday, June 29.

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