Inaugural Tattersalls Ireland Cheltenham Sale Catalogue now online
The sale includes nineteen selected three and four-year-old National Hunt Breeze Up horses. They will breeze on the All Weather track on Thursday 12th at 1.30pm. This is open to the public and videos will be available to view on tattersalls.ie.
An impressive twenty winning and placed bumper horses and point to pointers have been catalogued including the Mags Mullins trained Thurles bumper winner Dani Theatre, a four-year-old daughter of Kings Theatre out of the black type mare Dani California. Another well-bred bumper winning mare is the half-sister to Clondaw Warrior, the Liz Doyle trained four year old Whizzzey Rascal. Golden Birthday (FR) impressed on his debut run in the competitive Punchestown bumper when finishing second and is a son of Poliglote and a half-brother to five black type French winners including Golden Silver.
Point to point winners entered include Brian Hamilton’s Bach de Clermont (FR) the four-year-old French bred son of Della Francesca (FR), a half-brother to a black type Auteuil winner, he was the impressive winner of the Maiden point to point at Loughanmore gaining a rating of 92+. Other notable winners between the flags include impressive four-year-old winners Ballycrystal, Product Of Love, Whipcord and Megabucks. Moonman, the Dromahane maiden winner, is from the same vendor as Tell Massini and Rocky Creek while Shanroe Street and Tomngerry supply a real depth to this catalogue.
The Breeze Up section has attracted a quality collection in type and pedigree with leading sires Robin des Champs, Kayf Tara, Martaline, Flemensfirth, Oscar, Milan, Court Cave, Shirocco and Westerner all represented. Notable pedigrees include a three-year-old Westerner half-sister to Polly Peachum; her dam is an own sister to Denman and Silverburn. A three-year-old son of Robin des Champs whose dam is of a half-sister to Presenting, Glingerburn’s half-brother by Milan and a three-year-old gelding by Flemensfirth whose dam is half-sister to Geos (FR) and Kapgarde (FR).
Richard Pugh Director of Horses in Training for Tattersalls Ireland expressed his satisfaction with the quality of entries;
“With Tattersalls Ireland embarking on its’ first sale at Cheltenham, we are delighted by the support we have received so far. We look forward to further enhancing the catalogue with high class Wild Cards additions which will be taken up to the time of the sale.”