Tattersalls 2021
Tattersalls December Sale
December Sale statistics (to be confirmed): (+/- compared to last year)
Lots catalogued: 2,442 (2,215)
Lots offered: 2,034 (1,799)
Lots sold: 1,667 (1,485)
Aggregate: 98,781,700gns (35%)
Median: 25,000gns (+25%)
Average: 59,257gns (+20%)
% sold: 82% (83%) (17:00)
Chairman’s Statement At the conclusion of the 2021 Tattersalls December Mares Sale, Tattersalls Chairman Edmond Mahony commented:
“Beginning with Book 1 of the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale, the 2021 Tattersalls sales season has consistently outperformed expectations, and the global demand throughout this week’s December Mares Sale has seen the momentum sustained to the very end.
“Record medians at both the December Yearling Sale and December Foal Sale demonstrated the extraordinary depth in all sectors of the market. We have seen that replicated over the past four days with buyers from throughout the world all contributing to a sale, which has not only comfortably surpassed last year’s returns but also the pre-pandemic levels of 2019.
“The 2021 Tattersalls December Mares Sale has produced turnover well in excess of 60 million guineas, 45 per cent higher than last year, wide-margin gains in average and median, an impressive clearance rate above 80 per cent and an unprecedented 164 fillies and mares who sold for 100,000 guineas or more.
"Annual turnover at Tattersalls has leapt from 260 million guineas in 2020 to more than 320 million guineas this year, a figure bettered only twice and a clear demonstration of a wider industry which has quickly regained confidence and vibrance after the rigours of last year.
“The four outstanding seven-figure lots, Waldlied, Cayenne Pepper, Sunday Times and Flotus, all paid tribute to the consistent demand for bloodstock of the highest quality which has been the feature of the 2021 Tattersalls sales season, but the real highlight has been the opportunity to welcome back so many international buyers to Park Paddocks.
"The Tattersalls December Mares Sale showcases the very best breeding stock to be found in Europe, and the easing of travel restrictions has seen the return of the uniquely international atmosphere to this historic fixture with international buyers competing at all levels of the market. Buyers from America, Australia, France and Japan have been particularly prominent and the throng of overseas participants have faced strong competition throughout from their British and Irish counterparts.
“As well as recognising the massive contribution from the buyers we must also pay tribute to the consignors who every year make the Tattersalls December Sale a highlight of the international bloodstock sales calendar. The major consignments from Godolphin, Juddmonte Farms and Shadwell Estates, as well as the dispersal of Sir Robert Ogden’s fillies and mares, proved to be hugely popular and the support of the top consignors from Britain, Ireland and France has yet again been rewarded with the unrelenting global demand which has long been the hallmark of Europe’s premier sale of breeding stock." (15:45)
Tattersalls December Mares Sale
December Mare Sale statistics (to be confirmed): (+/- compared to last year)
Lots catalogued: 1,170 (1,108)
Lots offered: 964 (866)
Lots sold: 788 (735)
Aggregate: 62,412,700gns (45%)
Median: 26,000gns (+30%)
Average: 79,204gns (+35%)
% sold: 82% (85%)
Leading consignors: 1. The Castlebridge Consignment, 2. Newsells Park Stud, 3. Shadwell Estate Company Ltd
Leading purchasers: 1. BBA Ireland, 2. Jill Lamb Bloodstock, 3. Blandford Bloodstock
Leading sires: 1. Dubawi, 2. Galileo, 3. New Approach
Leading sires (average, 2+ sold): 1. Holy Roman Emperor, 2. Gleneagles, 3. Soldier Hollow
Lots 1,000,000gns+: 4
Lots 500,000gns+: 17
Lots 300,000gns+: 49
Lots 100,000gns+: 164
December Mares Sale top five lots
1. Lot 1839: Waldlied (GB) 2015 ch,m. >> Newsells Park Stud Ltd. >> Jill Lamb Bloodstock >> 2,200,000gns
2. Lot 1840: Cayenne Pepper (IRE) 2017 ch,f. >> Newsells Park Stud Ltd. >>Tom Magnier >> 2,000,000gns
3. Lot 1810: Sunday Times (GB) 2009 b,m. >> Goldford Stud (Agent) >> M V Magnier >> 1,800,000gns
4. Lot 1798: Flotus (IRE) 2019 b,f. >> Gainsborough Thoroughbreds >> Katsumi Yoshida >> 1,000,000gns
5. Lot 1765: Shades of Blue (IRE) 2016 br,m. >> The Castlebridge Consignment >> Oceanic Bloodstock for White Birch Farm SC >> 850,000gns (09:15)
Day 4
December Mare Sale, Day 4 statistics (to be confirmed): (+/- compared to last year)
Lots catalogued: 215 (202)
Lots offered: 163 (133)
Lots sold: 105 (106)
Aggregate: 845,700gns (57%)
Median: 5,000gns (+67%)
Average: 8,054gns (+9%)
% sold: 64% (80%)
Today's top five lots
1. Lot 2277: Adaalah b,m. Oasis Dream ex Muteela >> Shadwell Estate Company Ltd. >> Najd Stud >> 82,000gns
2. Lot 2379: Sareeha b,f. Shamardal ex Saraha >> Shadwell Estate Company Ltd. >> J D Moore >> 52,000gns
3. Lot 2294: Golden Wattle ch,f. Australia ex Chrysanthemum >> Brook Stud >> Charlie Peate (P.S.) >> 40,000gns
4. Lot 2272: Lilbourne Lass ch,m. Pastoral Pursuits ex Talampaya >> Houghton Bloodstock >> Ubetterbelieveit / Mickley Stud >> 27,000gns
5. Lot 2382 Oscillates b,f. Golden Horn ex Pivotting >> Musley Bank Stables (R. Fahey) >> Catheryne Bruggeman / Paul Moroney Bloodstock / Windsor Park Stud >> 27,000gns (15:23)
Lot 2382 and Lot 2418: the winning Oscillates is a fourth purchase this week for Catheryne Bruggeman / Paul Moroney Bloodstock, this time in association Windsor Park Stud in New Zealand. She cost 27,000gns bought from Richard Fahey's Musley Bank Stables.
The daughter of Golden Horn is a half-sister to the Superlative Stakes (G2) winner Gold Old Boy / Selkirk Star, and to the Listed and Group 3-placed Oakley Girl.
They are out of Pivotting (Pivotal), a half-sister to Necklace (Darshaan), the champion two-year-old filly of 2003, and from the Meon Valley Studfamily of Colorpsin, Opera House, Kayf Tara, Zee Zee Top, Izzi Top and Jazzi Top.
Bruggeman / Paul Moroney, this time with Perry Sambor, spend the same amount on the winning Dawndiva, a 2018 filly by Dawn Approach (Lot 2418).
She is out of Ego (Green Desert), who was placed fourth in the Cheveley Park Stakes (G1). She is a daughter of the Nell Gwyn Stakes (G3) winner Myself and a grand-daughter of the Queen Mary Stakes (G2) winner Pushy. She was dam of 13 winners from 13 runners, including Bluebook, a three-time Group 3 winner and placed fourth in the Group 1 Prix de l'Abbaye. (14:58)
Lot 2376 and Lot 2379 two juvenile fillies from the final Shadwell draft are purchased as racing prospects.
Lot 2376, Albayaader (Kingman) was bought by trainer David Simcock for 24,000gns, who said: "She will race straight on through the winter on the All-Weather. She looked as though she got stuck in the mud at Saint-Cloud in October on her sole start to date. She is for group of two or three owners in the yard."
Lot 2379, Sareeha (Shamardal), has been bought to race on in Ireland, and she cost her new connections 52,000gns. The purchasing agent JD Moore said: "She is for a client, we like her profile and she is by Shamardal. She looked green on her start at Chelmsford in September. We will make plans when she gets to her new yard." (14:06)
Lot 2358: James Read swaps from buyer to seller, Selwood Bloodstock consigning Magic Meg, in-foal to Time Test. She fetched 21,000gns and was bought by Jamie Railton on behalf of Tweenhills. Underbidder was Federico Barberini.
Read explained: "We have Mum also, and we have been very jammy as our neighbour is Mrs McCreery [Stowell Hill Stud] and she gave us a good deal on the Time Test."
The good year enjoyed by Time Test, encouraged Read to bring Magic Meg to market.
"We thought we'd trade this mare in, she is a nice commercial mare," he said. "I believe her two-year-old half-sister Prenup is well regarded by trainer Hughie Morrison."
Tweenhills know the pedigree a little better than most – Magic Meg's half-sister, the Listed-placed filly Herecomesthesun, had a colt in 2020 by the farm's Zoustar, who fetched 200,000gns at October Book 1, bought by the Hong Kong Jockey Club.
"The team saw her and were particularly sweet on her. There are a few things happening in the family and, like everyone else, they are fans of Time Test!" said Railton. (13:59)
Lot 2327 and Lot 2338: the Shadwell draft continues to prove attractive to buyers – Lot 2327, Daymooma (Pivotal), is bought for 27,000gns by James Read of Selwood Bloodstock.
She boats stakes-placed form when second in the Cooley Stakes (L) at Dundalk and is a half-sister to the dam of the Irish 2,000 Guineas (G1) winner Awtaad.
Daymooma is on her seventh pregnancy and she is in-foal to New Approach.
Read said: "She is for ourselves at home, we sold some foals well last week and some mares this, so we are looking to restock. We have struggled to buy this week, and she stood out today. She has not had the best of luck with her first couple of runners, but James O'Donnell from Shadwell recommended her to me, she is just a nice mare for the stud and hopefully we will have her for the long term."
Lot 2338 is another purchase by Najd Stud, who made such a big impact at this autumn's horse in training sales, the farm going to 17,000gns for Etaab (Street Cry) from the family of Bahri and Bahhare, a pedigree that was in such demand here yesterday (Lot 2032, Lot 2038). (12:56)
Lot 2277: Adaalah (Oasis Dream) becomes the highest-priced mare or filly sold on the last day of the Tattersalls December Mares Sale since 2012 when fetching 82,000gns. She was sold by Shadwell Estate, and is out of the Listed Sandringham Handicap winner Muteela (Dansili) and a grand-daughter of Nufoos (Zafonic), winner of the Chartwell Fillies Stakes (G3).
Sold in-foal to Eqtidaar, having had a filly foal by the sire this spring, Saud Al Qahtani is at Tattersalls bidding on behalf of the purchaser, Prince Faisal Bin Khalid Bin Abdulaziz's Najd Stud.
"We don't know plans yet, I need to call Saudi and find out,"said Al Qahtani. "She may stay here with other mares or she may ship to Saudi. We have also bought Lot 1790, Under The Stars, who is in-foal to Frankel. They may stay with Ted Voute, who, of course, reared this year's champion Mishriff.
"This mare is by Oasis Dream, which was very attractive for us. He is a good broodmare sire. She has had a very nice foal this year by the same stallion."
That filly foal was sold at last week's December Foal Sale, fetching 15,000gns, bought by BBA Ireland.
Of wider plans, Al Qahtani added: "We are hoping to build a significant operation in Europe." (11:37)
Lot 2276: Mulkeyya (Mawatheeq), sold by Shadwell Estate, is bought by Yellow Field Bloodstock for 25,000gns.
She was the winner of one, has bred two winners and is a half-sister to Mustajeeb (Nayef), winner of the Greenlands Stakes (G2), the Jersey Stakes (G3), the Amethyst Stakes (G3). He was also placed three times in stakes races, including when third in the Irish 2,000 Guineas (G1).
Mulkeyya is carrying a March pregnancy to Tasleet. (11:36)
Lot 2272: Mickley Stud's Richard Kent has had to spell Ubettabelieveit / Mickley Stud on the sales docket three times this week, on this occasion after buying the Super Sprint runner-up Lilbourne Lass (Pastoral Pursuits) at 27,000gns.
It is a sixth purchase this week of a mare with a planned visit to the farm's new stallion, Kent explains.
"That is a sixth now," said Kent. "His owner Martin Webb has bought some mares to support the stallion, who is his first horse - he had a great thrill to end up at the Breeders' Cup."
The career highlight for the stallion, bred by Ringfort Stud, came when winning the 5f Flying Childers Stakes (G2) and when third to Golden Pal in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf Sprint (G2).
Kent added: "He is a lovely horse, we bought him about five weeks' ago, he is a kind horse with a lot of speed. We are hoping as a fast son of Kodiac he will carry on from Ardad's achievements this year.
"We are trying to speed mares for him. Gay O'Callaghan has one half-sister who has bred a good Dark Angel horse [Rhythm master], Tony and Roger have another sister, who they gave 280,000gns last year so there is a lot going on. It is a proper fast family."
Kent continued: "At home we have the half-sister Flirtinaskirt, dam of Liberty Beach [Group 2 Temple Stakes winner, Group 1 King's Stand third].
"We could not sell her her as a yearling, and her owner has now turned down an awful lot of money for her. She is going to Frankel next year, she has pride of place on the farm."
When asked if he had any more mares to follow through this week, Kent laughed: "We are going to pull up now, I have got to got to buy a Christmas tree! 🎄" (11:30)
Lot 2258: John Burke, standing in the bidders, signing as Hyde Park Stud goes to 9,500gns for Mistaken Love, a Bernardini half-sister to the US Grade 2 runner-up Afleet Deceit (Northern Afleet). She was offered by Brookside Stud.
She has had four foals, two winners from three runners, including El Prados's Joy (Kitten's Joy), who has won four races, and Kitty Kitana (Bobby's Kitten), who has been placed once from one start as a juvenile.
She is in-foal to Havana Gold, a sire who had such a good year through 2021, on a May 17 service date. (10:46)
Today's withdrawals: (9.16am):
2225,  2228,  2230,  2241,  2253,  2254,  2256,  2259,  2264,  2270,  2275,  2293,  2295,  2298,  2299,  2305,  2309,  2310,  2324,  2325,  2326,  2332,  2333,  2350,  2361,  2362,  2363,  2364,  2365,  2369,  2372,  2373,  2384,  2385,  2386,  2388,  2391,  2394,  2397,  2398,  2400,  2403,  2404,  2408,  2409,  2412,  2417,  2420,  2427,  2432,  2436 (09:16)
The cumulative aggregate for the December Mares Sale 2021 has now topped 60 million guineas, for the sixth time in its history.
Today's final session starts at 9.30am (09:14)
Day 3
December Mare Sale, Day 3 statistics: (+/- compared to last year)
Lots catalogued: 318 (286)
Lots offered: 260 (228)
Lots sold: 227 (200)
Aggregate: 4,374,000gns (-18%)
Median: 11,000gns (-21%)
Average: 19,269gns (-27%)
% sold: 87% (88%)
Leading consignors (cumulative): 1. The Castlebridge Consignment, 2. Newsells Park Stud, 3. Shadwell Estate Company Ltd
Leading purchasers (cumulative): 1. BBA Ireland, 2. Jill Lamb Bloodstock, 3. Blandford Bloodstock
Leading sires (aggregate, cumulative): 1. Dubawi, 2. Galileo, 3. New Approach
Leading sires (average, 2+ sold): 1. Holy Roman Emperor, 2. Gleneagles, 3. Australia
Lots 1,000,000gns+ (cumulative): 4
Lots 500,000gns+ (cumulative): 17
Lots 300,000gns+ (cumulative): 49
Lots 100,000gns+ (cumulative): 161
Today's top 5 lots
1. Lot 2163: Bespangled 2018 b, f. Dubawi ex Pure Diamond Godolphin >> JS Bloodstock / Elwick Stud / DPA >> 330,000gns
2. Lot 2151: Ragsah 2008 ch, m. Shamardal ex Colorado Dancer Godolphin >> Hazelwood Bloodstock / Essafinaat UK >> 130,000gns
3. Lot 1960: Nawassi 2015 b, m. Dubawi ex Maqaasid Shadwell Estate Company Ltd. >> Yeomanstown Stud >> 120,000gns
4. Lot 2033: Ghazawaat (FR) 2015 ch, m. Siyouni ex Reech Band Shadwell Estate Company Ltd. >> Brian Grassick Bloodstock >> 80,000gns
5. Lot 2188: Clearly Crystal 2018 ch, f. Exceed And Excel ex Sky Crystal The National Stud Ltd. >> Tally-Ho Stud >> 75,000gns (19:42)
Lot 2188: a 16th buy at this year's December Mares Sale by Tally-Ho Stud, the Irish farm going to 75,000gns for Clearly Crystal, the daughter of Exceed And Excel, consigned by The National Stud for a partnership.
The three-year-old filly was placed once as a three-year-old, and is a half-sister to the Group 2 winner and Group 1 placed Space Traveller. The extended family features the Watership Down-purchased mare Crystal Spray, ancestress of Crystal Music, Ocovango, State Crystal, Zelzal, Libran and Tchaikovsky.
Tally-Ho Stud has been the busiest "non-agency" purchaser here this week, the farm's buys have cost 1,131,000gns with an average spend of 70,688gns. (19:11)
Lot 2163: the big prices come like London buses, and six lots after the Ragsah (Lot 2151) is sold for 130,000gns, Godolphin's Bespangled makes 330,000gns.
She has been bought for Elwick Stud, and agent Billy Jackson-Stops was in charge of bidding.
He said: "The team at Elwick Stud was very keen on her, she was an obvious standout in this session. They have had a lot of good horses along the way, and they are revamping the stock and this is one for them.
"She is a very good individual, is by Dubawi, there are some nice horses coming along behind her, the pedigree stands out and she will go to the straight to the breeding shed."
Dam Pure Diamond had a filyl in 2020 by frankel and a 2021 colt by Kingman. Her 2019 colt named Symbol Of Light (Shamardal), trained by Charlie Appleby, is the impressive winner of two from three starts, and is already BHA rated 91.
The filly's pedigree features two dams, both of whom were German two-year-old champions.
Second dam is White Rose (Platini), the 2002 champion juvenile in Germany and subsequent runner-up in the Deutsches Derby (G1). She is a daughter of Wild Romance, the champion German juvenile of 1993. She is the dam and direct ancestress of eight black-type winners.
When asked about stallion plans for Bespangled, Jackson-Stops said: "I don't know what plans are, but as the farm has its own sire I would be tipping that she might visit him!"
That sire is, of course, Mondaliste (Galileo), whose first crop are two-year-olds of this year. He has stood for three seasons at Elwick Farm in County Durham, but stood last spring in France at Haras d'Annebault.
He is from the leading pedigree that features Intello, Elnadim, Khulood, Mehthaaf, and, once again, Fall Aspen.
Elwick Farm belongs to the Turnbull family, who enjoyed two Grade 1 victories and numerous stakes performances by the son of Galileo. More recently, Lord Glitters has flown the family flag, and last time out as an eight-year-old he won the Bahrain International Trophy.
Elwick Stud was the brain child of Geoff Turnbull, who sadly passed away in July 2020.
Underbidder on this filly was John Davis of John & Susan Davis Bloodstock. (18:49)
Lot 2151: becomes the session's new top lot, the Godolphin-offered mare Ragsah sold for 130,000gns to Adrian O'Brien's Hazelwood Bloodstock, who signed as Hazelwood Bloodstock / Essafinaat UK.
The mare boasts the distinction of a page that bears the name of the dual champion son of Seeking The Gold, Dubai Millennium, who is a half-brother, the pair out of the Group 2 winner Colorado Dancer. She is a daughter of the influential broodmare Fall Apen, the dam of 13 winners, including four Group 1 winners, two Group 2 winners and a Group 3 winner.
Ragsah has had six foals, four of racing age, including Richmond Avenue (Invincible Spirit), who finished second in a European Listed race and third in a Grade 3 at Santa Anita.
She was sold not in-foal to Farhh, and has two instances of lost pregnancies.
"She has been bought for an existing client, one of our greatest supporters. We are delighted to get a mare with that profile. She has not got a blemish-free breeding record, but she is a sister to an iconic horse," said O'Brien. "It is brilliant, it bolsters the team at home fantastically well. We will take her home, regroup and make a plan. We have absolutely nothing in mind as yet." (18:10)
Lot 2139: Princess Xena (Tamayuz), the last mare offered in-foal to the record-breaking sire Mehmas at this year's December Mares Sale, makes 40,000gns, sold by Salcey Forest Stud to Mylestown Farms.
She is out of the Arcano mare Lamyaa, a half-sister to Electric Beat (Shinko Forest), winner of the Group 2 Goldene Peitsche at Baden Baden, and to the dam of Treasuring, winner of the Curragh Stakes (G3). It is the further family of leading milers Cape Town and Paco Boy.
The eight mares sold carrying to the leading second-season sire have sold for an average price of 76,500gns, with 115,000gns given for Penelopa (Lot 1603). (17:46)
Lot 2127: Yeomanstown Stud makes an eighth purchase this week, the Irish farm going to 60,000gns for the Exceed And Excel filly Queen Of Asia. She is a half-sister to the multiple stakes performer Dux Scholar from the family of Choose Me and her progeny, the Group 1 winners Persuasive and Creative Force and the Listed-placed Tisbutadream.
She has been placed once over 6f in four starts, and was sold today by Whatton Manor Stud. (17:24)
Lot 2117: after her mother was sold as Lot 2032 for 65,000gns to Blandford Bloodstock, her two-year-old daughter Tahusun (Profitable) makes 52,000gns, bought by Jamie Lloyd of Meah/Lloyd Bloodstock.
As mentioned by Tom Goff after buying her dam, Tahusun has been placed since the catalogue was published. She has just run twice. (17:18)
Lot 2096: Paul Moroney Bloodstock / Catheryne Bruggeman go to 60,000gns to buy Attendent from Cheveley Park Stud. She is an unraced chestnut mare by Frankel. She was covered by Twilight Son this spring, but is thought not to be in-foal.
She is out of the Listed winner Zuhoor Baynoona (Elnadim), the dam of two winners from two runners and a half-sister to the dual Group 1 sprint winner Hello Youmzain (Kodiac) and Hello Youmzain (Youmzain), a champion two-year-old in Italy.
It is the third lot bought this week by the pair, and the most expensive of the trio. (16:18)
Lot 2072: Misty is a third purchase today for Stroud Coleman, the Oasis Dream mare bought for 50,000gns from Jamie Railton (Agent). She is carrying a first pregnancy to Time Test.
Her first, second and third dams are all stakes winners, and she is a half-sister to Kinross(Kingman), winner of the Lennox Stakes (G3). She was bred by Julian Richmond-Watson's Lawn Stud. (15:52)
Lot 2058: River Gauche, a 2012 mare by Fastnet Rock, is bought by John & Susan Davis Bloodstock for 55,000gns.
She has had five foals, two runners and two winners, both of whom have won as two-year-olds – Ultra Violet (Gleneagles), who achieved a Timeform rating of 89, and Arion Fox (Kingman). She has been rated 76 at this best.
Her 2019 colt by Oasis Dream was bought by the Hong Kong Jockey Club for 130,000gns and is with Brian Meehan. Her 2020 filly by Roaring Lion went to Karl and Kelly Burke for 28,000gns. She had a colt by Blue Point this spring and was covered by Zoustar.
She was sold by Redgate Bloodstock. (15:44)
Lot 2038: Bint Elmalek (Kingman) is bought as a racing prospect by Michael Donohoe of BBA Ireland, the agent bidding online and going to 70,000gns.
"We watched her first two runs and they looked promising, but she was a little green," said the agent on telephone from home and in the midst of sorting Christmas decorations.
"She is for an existing client, and she will be given some time to strengthen before we make nay plans. She vetted very well. She has a proper deep pedigree and she has plenty of options both as a racing prospect and as a broodmare further down the line."
The two-year-old filly is out of the Jazil mare Maayaat, a half-sister to the champion Bahri and the Group 1 miler Bahhare, the same pedigree as Lot 2032
Currently, today's top six lots today have all been from the Shadwell Estate draft. (15:40)
Lot 2035 and Lot 2039: both bought by Stroud Coleman Bloodstock for different clients.
Lot 2035, Tahneed by Warfront, is going to Ashbrittle Stud in Somerset, while Lot 2039, Giladah by Muhaarar, is heading over the Irish Sea.
Matt Coleman said of Tahneed: "She is for James Rowsell of Ashbrittle Stud to breed from. I was underbidder on her Masar foal to Tally-Ho and he is a really nice foal. She is a nice mare from a good pedigree."
She is carrying her second pregnancy and is in-foal to Awtaad.
The mare is out of dual winner Auld Alliance (Montjeu), she has had one winner Modus Operandi, who is rated 100 and was with Aidan O'Brien. Anthony bought her 2020 colt by Frankel for 625,0000gns in Book 1 for Godolphin, and she also has a 2021 colt by Frankel, too. There is plenty going on."
She hails from the Ballymacoll-nurtured family of Golan, Tartan Breaker, Bonny Scot, North Light, Sought Out, Greektown and Gamut.
Anthony Stroud gave the details of the next purchase of Giladah. .
"She has been bought for an Irish client, he likes her profile, likes the family and she is going to race on," he said. (14:34)
Lot 2033: Ghazawaat, in-foal to Tamayuz, a winner of two and placed third in the Listed Prix La Camargo, makes 80,000gns.
The successful buyer Cathy Grassick said: "She has been bought for an existing Irish client. This autumn, I bought her daughter by Dark Angel as a yearling, I like her a lot and she is going to Jessie Harrington."
Grassick added: "It is hard to tell at this stage, but you can't go to wrong with a Siyouni stakes mare – she was rated 100 and he really looks like the broodmare sire of the future, he is such a lovely stallion. She also has got the benefit of being out of a Choisir mare, and he has been a very lucky stallion for me and he really is a broodmare sire that I like.
"In fact, she is a real mix of Choisir and Siyouni – she has the quality of the Siyouni and the strength and the colour of Choisir. You could see both of them in her and I like that." (14:17)
Lot 2032: Urjuwaan (Cape Cross), from the Shadwell family of champion three-year-old miler Bahri and the Group 1 winner Bahhare, is bought by Tom Goff of Blandford Bloodstock for 65,000gns.
"I bought her for a client in Ireland and she is going there," he said. "She has a proper Shadwell page, she is not a mare that has been bought by the stud. We have been looking to try and get into the families that Sheikh Hamdan made and this goes back to Bahri and Bahhare, John Dunlop and all those glory days."
"She has got a good cover, she has a had a good Dark Angel, and the two-year-old has been placed in France, I believe. She is a very nice mare.
The mare's Dark Angel foal (2017) was named Alfareeq and is the winner of two races and has finished third in a Listed race at Deauville. Her 2019 foal Tahasun (Tamayuz) was third at Chantilly on her second start, trained by Freddie Head.
Of the mare's Ribchester cover, Goff added: "I bought a couple of yearlings by Ribchester and some at the breeze ups – they need a bit of time but think come the end of next year it will prove to be a good cover, I hope." (14:09)
Lot 1999: the unraced Infectious Dream (Oasis Dream), from the Godolphin draft offered on behalf of Rabbah Bloodstock, sells for 40,000gns, bought by AL Bloodstock. She was sold carrying to the new sire Far Above.
She is a half-sister to Dusky Dream (Shamardal), who was a winner of the Listed City Plate at Chester and is dam of two winners, Nizaaka successful since the catalogue was printed.
A further two half-sisters – Achnah and Gifts of Gold – were Group and Grade 3 placed. (13:11)
Lot 1960: Nawassi is joining the Yeomanstown Stud broodmare band, the Dubawi filly purchased by the O'Callaghan family farm for 120,000gns, and with a plan in mind.
"I think she will go to Supremacy," said Robert O'Callaghan of plans for the filly to visit. the farm's new sire for 2022. "Her Dark Angel was very good so it will be bred on the same lines. We’re trying to buy some nice fast mares for Supremacy. We’ve bought seven mares now.
"She’s a very good-looking Dubawi, from a very good family as a daughter of a Queen Mary winner – that was a big draw. Her foal who sold here the other day was a beauty and Philip Stauffenberg bought him [Lot 999A, 100,000gns].
"It makes it a lot easier to buy these mares when you can see what they’re producing. She was the one today that we wanted to buy and we’re very glad to get her."
He added: "We bought Que Amoro last night and she will go to Dark Angel. She was second to Battaash in the Nunthorpe so she is a very fast filly and we were keen to get her for Dark Angel.
"We’re very excited about Supremacy. He’s gone down extremely well with breeders so it is a very exciting year ahead. It is our first Group 1 winner since Dark Angel to go to stud; if he can be half as good as Dark Angel we’ll be happy! We had a lot of showings and bookings. Generally we’d have two or three shows a day through December and January and then we can kick on in February and start covering.”
Nawassi is a winning two-year-old and is carrying her third pregnancy having had a filly by Exceed And Excel in 2020, and a colt by Dark Angel this spring. She is in-foal to Shadwell Stud's Commonwealth Cup (G1) winner Eqtidaar, and wasabred and sold by Shadwell Estate,
She is from a real two-year-old family – she is a daughter of Maqaasid (Green Desert), a Queen Mary Stakes (G2) winner, and also placed third in the 1,000 Guineas (G1) and the Cheveley Park Stakes (G1).
Third dam is the Oh So Sharp Stakes (L) winner Sarayir, dam of Ghanaati, winner of the 1,000 Guineas (G1), the Coronation Stakes (G1), runner-up in the Sun Chariot Stakes (G1), and third in the Sussex Stakes (G1). (11:35)
Lot 1955 and Lot 1956: were both offered by Overbury Stud, are both from the same family, both bred by Litex Commerce, and were both bought by Tina Rau for 57,000gns (Lot 1955) and 20,000gns (Lot 1956). That is where the connection ends as they have been purchased for different clients.
"I love this family and have bought three from it this year," said Rau, "I purchased Paggane at the horses in training sale in France, and she is a daughter of Preis der Diana winner Penelopa, who is a half-sister to this mare Ledena. Their dam Lady Linda was a talented racemare in the US, and has produced 11 winners from 11 runners, and Ledena is, of course, by the good broodmare sire Pivotal.
"Pegota [Lot 1956], is out of Penelopa. She did not race, but the two who have run out of Penelopa have both won."
Ledena was sold in-foal to Gleneagles, while Pegota is carrying to Without Parole. (11:30)
Today's withdrawals (9.01am):
1922,  1925,  1927,  1928,  1932,  1934,  1939,  1944,  1950,  1957,  1959,  1964,  1966,  1968,  1974,  1975,  1977,  2000,  2019,  2020,  2021,  2036,  2041,  2043,  2045,  2046,  2055,  2067,  2081,  2082,  2089,  2097,  2105,  2114,  2153,  2155,  2157,  2158,  2159,  2168,  2173,  2174,  2180,  2200,  2201,  2205,  2210,  2211,  2213,  2214,  2215,  2216,  2220 (09:01)
Yesterday's strong trade produced a top lot price of 2,200,000gns (Lot 1839), four lots over a million and an average price of 187,107gns.
Selling today starts at 9.30am, with 318 lots catalogued for session. (08:58)
Day 2
December Mare Sale, Day 2 statistics: (+/- compared to last year)
Lots catalogued: 320 (295)
Lots offered: 265 (235)
Lots sold: 224 (186)
Aggregate: 41,912,000gns (+68%)
Median: 105,000gns (+75%)
Average: 187,107gns (+39%)
% sold: 85% (90%)
Leading consignors (cumulative): 1. The Castlebridge Consignment, 2. Newsells Park Stud, 3. Shadwell Estate Company Ltd
Leading purchasers (cumulative): 1. BBA Ireland, 2. Jill Lamb Bloodstock, 3. Blandford Bloodstock
Leading sires (aggregate, cumulative): 1. Dubawi, 2. Galileo, 3. New Approach
Leading sires (average, 2+ sold): 1. Dandy Man, 2. Australia, 3. Gutaifan
Lots 1,00,000gns+: 4
Lots 500,000gns+: 17
Lots 300,000gns+ (cumulative)+: 48
Lots 100,000gns+ (cumulative): 161
Top 5 lots
1. Lot 1839: Waldlied (GB) 2015 ch,m. Newsells Park Stud Ltd. >> Jill Lamb Bloodstock >> 2,200,000gns
2. Lot 1840: Cayenne Pepper (IRE) 2017 ch,f. Newsells Park Stud Ltd. >>Tom Magnier >> 2,000,000gns
3. Lot 1810: Sunday Times (GB) 2009 b,m. Goldford Stud (Agent) >> M V Magnier >> 1,800,000gns
4. Lot 1798: Flotus (IRE) 2019 b,f. Gainsborough Thoroughbreds >> Katsumi Yoshida >> 1,000,000gns
5. Lot 1765: Shades of Blue (IRE) 2016 br,m. The Castlebridge Consignment >> Oceanic Bloodstock for White Birch Farm SC >> 850,000gns (22:10)
Lot 1840: also from the Newsells Park Stud draft, Cayenne Pepper was bought by Tom Magnier for 2,000,000gns.
The Australia filly is the winner of the Blandford Stakes (G2), the Flame Of Tara Stakes (G3). She was runner-up in the Irish Oaks (G1) and the Pretty Polly Stakes (G1), third in the Pretty Polly Stakes (G1) and fourth in the Fillies' Mile (G1) and the Tattersalls Gold Cup (G1).
"She is a lovely mare we knew what she could do on the race track,"said Magnier. "Jessica Harrington held her in high regard, owner Jon Kelly was a very close friend of our family, we've had some Jon Kelly blood in Australia it is nice to have some here, too.
"She was just lovely physical, she will go to Wootton Bassett, hopefully we will have a bit of luck with her. All the top people have been talking about her all week, we are fortunate to have got her. It is a page we know well, and when you have a page like that and the physical, and the ability, we are delighted to have her."
The filly was originally bought at the 2017 December Foal Sale for 195,000gns from consignor Bumble Mitchell by Harriet Jellet for the late Jon S Kelly, a frequent visitor to Tattersalls.
Tonight's sale was an emotional ten minutes for Jellet.
"Jamie McCalmont and Philippa Mains helped select her as a foal," recalled Jellet. "She boarded then with Derek Veitch [at Ringfort Stud] before she went to Jessie."
Jellet added: "We when saw her straight out of the box with Bumble, she had such an incredible hind leg action and a lovely hip, you need an engine when you buy a racehorse.
"Jon had given us some money to buy pinhook, but when we came to prepare her as a yearling it was decided that she wasn't strong enough or big enough – and we'd be better off to race her. It was the best decision, she is a filly that has always given her most, always does her best. Jon was such a huge part of it, he would have loved tonight, his excitement would have been palpable."
The fillies' third dam is one of the best in the book – Allegretta, dam of Urban Sea and King's Best, and grand-dam of Sea The Stars, Black Sam Bellamy, Galileo and My Typhoon. (20:45)
Lot 1839: the anticipated stand out of today's Tuesday session lived up to expectations, Waldlied, the New Approach half-sister to the Group 1 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe winner Waldgeist, offered in partnership between Newsells Park Stud and Gestut Ammerland, was sold for 2,200,000gns.
Bids came from all around the ring for the chestnut mare, in-foal to Kingman, as well as interest online, but eventually the bidding developed into a match between the two part owners – agent Jill Lamb sat with Newsells Park Stud's new owner Graham Smith-Bernal, and agent Crispin de Moubray taking instructions on the phone from Dietrich von Boetticher's Gestut Ammerland.
The hammer came down in favour of the Newsells Park Stud team, Lamb and Smith-Bernal were delighted with the transaction, which was signed under the Jill Lamb Bloodstock banner.
"She is coming back home, where she belongs, she is a beautiful mare in terms of her demeanour and attitude, she is a very special horse from a very special family. It was breaking one partnership and forming a new partnership," said Smith-Bernal. "We also own 100 per cent Waldlerche now, as well as her number one daughter so far. She was a great racehorse, I think she was rated as high in training as Waldgeist by Andre Fabre. She is very special horse and we are absolutely delighted to have her back with us."
"It is very exciting, especially as it is for a new partnership," said Lamb. "Waldlied's Siyouni filly is still owned in partnership with Ammerland."
De Moubray said: "I was bidding on behalf of Ammerland and we are disappointed not to get the mare."
Waldlied is a half-sister to the champion Europe and French older horse of 2019, the winner of nine races, including four Group 1 races headlined by his Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe success. He ran 21 times, and his only results out of the first four was when fifth three times in Hong Kong, the Breeders’ Cup and a ParisLongchamp Group 2
His only run outside of stakes class was when he was successful in his maiden at Chantilly in the September of his two-year-old season. (20:22)
Lot 1829: Daily Times, the Gleneagles daughter of Sunday Times, the half-sister to Newspaperofrecord, makes 800,000gns. She was bought by James Wigan of London Thoroughbred Services on behalf of Erdenheim Farm, based in southeastern Pennsylvania.
"She is going to stay here for the time being. She will foal here and will probably go to Kingman, before travelling to the US, hopefully, in-foal," explained Wigan, who has previously purchased at the December Mares Sale for the McCausland family farm.
Daily Times came to last year's mares sale but was not sold. She was re-presented this year in-foal to Lope De Vega.
Wigan was underbidder in 2020 and he laughed that his persistence paid off: "I was underbidder on her last year when she was bought back for 600,000gns. The vendor has stuck to their guns, I have had to wait a year and pay more!"
When asked of the difference in buying the daughter for 800,000gns rather than 1,800,000gns for her dam, he said: "We have got more time than the Mum, but she has done it, we haven't, hopefully we will!" (19:33)
Lot 1810: Sunday Times (Holy Roman Emperor), dam of Newspaperofrecord, winner of the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf and the Just A Game Stakes (G1), sells for 1,800,000gns, bought by MV Magnier.
Bids came from all around the sale ring after the bidding opened up at 400,000gns. US breeder Greg Goodman was involved in the early action, but the battled narrowed to a head to head between MV Magnier, who was outside, and David Redvers, who was sat with owner breeder David Howden in the Gods, they had joined the proceedings at 1,400,000gns.
Eventually Magnier had too much firepower and successfully bought the mare at 1,800,000gns.
"She is an absolute cracker," he said. "She has bred a champion and hopefully she is carrying a full-sister to her. She is a very nice mare, she has done it before and Newspaperofrecord was incredible what she did in the Breeders' Cup that day. She will be for Wootton Bassett."
He continued: "There is plenty going on in the page all the way down. It is a lot of money for her, but let's hope it is worth it!"
She was sold by Allan Belshaw, whose bloodstock interests come under the banner Times Of Wigan, named after Belshaw's engineering company.
He said: "I am satisfied, happy about it, slightly disappointed as I have had her since a baby but there comes a time when she had to move on. I have plenty of babies from the family so it is like starting again with a young family – she has helped the cause for the young family. We can play up there now with stallion fees instead of looking at the basement," he laughed looking upwards and then down to the ground.
Belshaw recalled that Sunday Times's previous visit to the Tattersalls sale ring was not such a profitable day.
"She was not sold as a yearling for 10,000gns. I bought her here to Book 2, Holy Roman Emperor was just starting his career. I don't know if there was even a bid, I was hoping to get 30,000gns for her," he rued, before adding how equine fortunes can change. "But she turned into a good race horse and an even better broodmare, and the big moment, of course, was with her daughter in the Breeders' Cup.
"Someone bid me for Sunday Times when I was in Kentucky, and I thought that I could not sell her then. But since then we have had two fillies, another by Lope De Vega [2020], who is with Roger Varian, and a Kingman filly this year. We also have half a dozen half-sisters so we are in a good place."
After Sunday Times was bought back in she went on to win the Sceptre Stakes (G3) and finish second in the Cheveley Park Stakes (G1) for trainer Peter Chapple-Hyam.
All of Belshaw's mares board with today's consignor Goldford Stud in Cheshire, and Richard Aston of Goldford helps Belshaw with his mating plans. He said: "Allan is such an enthusiast, he gets all the books out around him on the floor. We decided on Lope De Vega because Shamardal had already done well with the family, and we loved the toughness of Lope De Vega winning the Poule d'Essai des Poulains (G1) and the Prix de Jockey-Club (G1) in such quick succession."
As alluded to by Magnier this is not a one horse family – Question Times, the Shamardal half-sister to Sunday Times, is dam of Latrobe, Irish Derby (G1) winner, Irish St Leger (G1) and Mackinnon Stakes (G1) runner-up, the Group 2 winner Diamond Fields, as well as the Listed winner and Group 1-placed Pink Dogwood. (19:03)
Lot 1798: this year's Cheveley Park Stakes (G1) runner-up Flotus (Starspangledbanner), trained by Simon and Ed Crisford, is bought by Northern Farm for 1,000,000gns. Underbidder was trainer Roger Varian.
She was consigned by Gainsborough Thoroughbred for owners J-E Dubois, B Kwok, E Babington Et Al having been purchased as a yearling at the 2020 October Book 1 Sale by Arthur Hoyeau for 125,000gns.
Simon Crisford understandably had mixed feelings about the sale.
"She is a beautiful filly, top class, and we wish her new connections the best of luck for the future," said Crisford. "We are very sorry to see her go, but she has done a fantastic job for us."
Of the decision to sell, Crisford explained: "She is owned by a syndicate and it was decided that the time was right to sell. I am sure she will have a fantastic career not only on the racetrack but also as a broodmare. She has not stopped growing all year, and I am sure she will have a very successful three-year-old career."
"She is an exciting filly," said Shingo Hashimoto. "We have not decided yet whether she will race on, I need to talk to the Boss – it could go either way. If she is going to race on, she will stay in Britain. She was brilliant at Newmarket, an outstanding performance and we are very excited to have her. We are looking for good horses."
The filly has run five times, winning on her race debut at Goodwood over 6f in May. She won the Listed Ripon Two-Year-Old Trophy on her fifth career start before her excellent performance in the Group 1. The Racing Post wrote after that effort "Although by a sprinter, there's stamina on the dam's side and she should be able to win a decent race next year."
She is the fifth filly or mare bought here this week so far by Katsumi Yoshida's Northern Farm for a spend of 2,870,000gns. (18:04)
Lot 1765: Shades Of Blue, the Kodiac two-time winner and Summer Stakes (G3) and Petit Couvert (G3) runner-up, is bought by Oceanic Bloodstock for owner-breeder Peter Brant's White Birch Farm. She was sold in-foal to Frankel, her first pregnancy.
Michel Zerolo of Oceanic Bloodstock was bidding by the acorn. He said: "The plan is simple, she will be sent to be bred Sottsass for Mr Brant. She was a good two-year-old, she is good-looking mare, in-foal to Frankel. She is by a stallion you can cross with Sottsass. She was expensive, but Mr Brant wanted her. The whole package is there – the physical, the race record, the stallion she is in-foal to, she is a young mare, she is what we are looking for for Sottsass. Mr Brant is going to send him plenty of mares to him, and good mares, too."
She was trained by Clive Cox and owned in training by Miss Alison Jones and Partner. Shades Of Blue was purchased at this sale last year for 320,000gns by BBA Ireland. She was consigned today by The Castlebridge Consignment.
"She is in-foal to the right sire. She should suit the sire, she was a fast filly herself. She was very very busy down at the yard, we are delighted with the result, we are over the moon," said Dwan.
The Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe winner Sottsass (Siyouni), also successful in the Prix du Jockey-Club (G1), the Prix Ganay (G1) and the Prix Niel (G2), was owned in training by White Birch Farm, who purchased him as a yearling for €340,000. He stands at Coolmore. (16:52)
Lot 1764: Silk Forest, the Group 2 and 3-placed daughter of Kodiac, is bought by Kern/Lillingston Association for 575,000gns.
Peter Stanley, who was with Lillingston, said: "She is for a partnership between Chris Kilroy and my brother. Teddy [Lord Derby] was very keen to reinvest in a young mare and this was a bit of a queen, she is from one of the great families, built up by one of the greatest breeders."
Luke Lillingston said: "There are no weak links, in blood or performance."
The family stretches to the Gerald Leigh-developed pedigree of Prix de la Foret (G1) winner Brocade, dam of Barathea, Gossamer and Zabar.
When asked for his thoughts on the December Mares Sale, Lillingston said: "It's a small number of mares, the best that come onto the public sale, at the best auction of its type in the world, in an 'up' market."
She is in-foal to Sea The Stars, having seen the leading sire on April 18. (16:50)
Lot 1758: Fev Rover, the three-year-old daughter of Gutaifan, winner of the Prix du Calvados (G2), twice second in Group 2s , third in the 1,000 Guineas (G1), fourth in the Prix Marcel Boussac (G1) and rated 108 is bought by Lincoln Collins with Joe Miller on behalf of US racehorse owner and breeder Tracy Farmer. She cost her new team 695,000gns, the bidding starting off outside at 600,000gns.
Bred by Minister House Stud, she was bought as a yearling by Howson & Houldsworth, sent in to training with Richard Fahey. She is another talented race filly owned by Nick Bradley, this time Nick Bradley Racing 43 & Partner. She was sold today by Musley Bank Stables (R. Fahey).
"We are happy to get her, we thought she was the best racing prospect in the sale and she should have plenty of residual value as a Group 2 winner and Classic placed," said Miller. "She will go to the US now, and hopefully have a successful four-year-old season racing there."
Collins added of the reasons why he felt she would suit racing in the US: "The trip is just right, she was effective at a mile to 1m2f, which is perfect, it looks as if her best ground is firm or good to firm, her least races have been on heavy ground. There are lot of opportunities for her in the US, if she is as good there as she was here.
"She will go to Florida to Mark Casse," outlined Miller.
And of future breeding plans, Farmer may or may not add her to his broodmare band in Kentucky. "It is a possibility that the client will breed for her in future, he has a broodmare band," said Collins. "He has had success with horses he has bought, usually as yearlings but his Belmont winner of a few years ago, Sir Winston, is a homebred. We have also had significant success with a filly we bought, Perfect Alibi. She won the Spinaway Stakes (G1). It is partly due to her that we are here as she sold at Fasig-Tipton a couple of weeks ago."
The sale ring result in the US was pretty significant and has certainly helped to fund the purchase of Fev Rover – at the beginning of November, Perfect Alibi (Sky Mesa), trained by Mark Casse, was sold for $2,000,000, bought by Spendthrift Farm.
Successful consignor Nick Bradley said: "Three fillies that have grossed the best part of two million guineas between them and bought for an average of £20,000 each should give people out there the confidence to get involved. I've studied, worked hard and learned, learned, learned. Every year I get better and now we've have five stakes winners in a year.
"The number of people in the syndicates is always changing, but it is about 500 to 600. We're based in Lincolnshire where we have a couple of farms, and last week we sold 500,000gns worth of foals that we bred.
"I'd like to think the success this year has been down to more than just luck. We had 30 two-year-olds in training last season and next year we'll have a few more. My ambition is to win the Queen Marys, Cheveley Parks, Cherry Hintons and Albany Stakes, races like that, and also the Oaks and Guineas. I've bought 36 yearling fillies this year, and I'll be looking to buy another 15 to 20 horses from January 1 to the end of the breeze-ups.
"In the meantime I've got a house in France and I'm going down there for a month's holiday because I'm absolutely exhausted. It's not rocket science, it's down to learning from mistakes and looking at 150 horses a day and thinking about what goes into making a racehorse. Add in management and training, all those little edges add up." (16:39)
Lot 1746: Haruya Yoshida of Oiwake Farm buys Mystery Angel for 500,000gns. The daughter of Kodi Bear ran 17 times, achieving three wins, one at Listed class, and a further nine placed results in stakes races, the three-year-old filly’s career highlight coming when she finished second in the Epsom Oaks (G1) to Snowfall.
A Nick Bradley Craven Breeze Up purchase for 22,000gns from Hyde Park Stud, she was owned in training by Nick Bradley Racing 27 & Partner from Saffron House Stables.
Representative Yuya Yasuda said: "I like her very much, she was very talented, she is a very good mover. Her race form is good and she was beaten by Snowfall who is a daughter of Deep Impact. I am not sure whether she will race on or will breed straight away, but she goes to Japan now." (16:20)
Lot 1739: Just Beautiful (Pride Of Dubai), the winner of five races from seven starts including last time out the Sceptre Stakes (G3), achieved a rating high of 110 after her Group race win. She was bought today for 625,000gns by trainer Paddy Twomey through BBA Ireland.
She is out of the Oh So Sharp Stakes (G3) winner Astrelle (Makfi), also dam of the Group 2 winner Fearless King (Kingman) and McKulick (Frankel), the winner of one race in the US as a juvenile this year and third in the Miss Grillo Stakes (G2). She is trained by Chad Brown, having been bought here by Mick Ryan last year for 180,000gns.
Astrelle's 2020 colt by Cracksman was bought by Sackville Donald for 200,000gns this autumn.
Just Beautiful was bought here as a yearling in the 2019 October Book 3 Sale by trainer Ivan Furtado and Doncaster Racing for just 8,000gns from Hazelwood Bloodstock, bred by Essafinaat Ltd.
"It is a fantastic story, it is dream come true for us, she has been a joy to deal with, it took us to the next level, we are ever so grateful to her, she has been really easy to deal with her, the team at home have done a great job and I wish the best to her new connections. She was a joy and thanks to Jamie Railton for consigning her so well," said Furtado
"She was great looking, not the biggest, put together well, a nice dark bay and she walked well and from the beginning she always moved well and she always had a great head and was very professional. She is very clever filly and she transferred that to her racing, she always tried so hard, a proper trier.
"We talked about going another year, but she has done fantastically for us, she won her first Listed race, she won her Group 3, but the time was right, we don't want her to go, we love her to bits, but the time is right," added Furtado.
Purchaser Twomey said: "She is a lovely filly, Ivan has done a greta job with her, we hope to do the same. She should have a bright racing career ahead, she has been bought for an existing client." (16:07)

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