Lot 720A Summer season Sands, brings 625,000 guineas on the Tattersalls Autumn Horses In Coaching Sale.
The document value for a colt on the Tattersalls Autumn Horses in Coaching Sale used to be damaged when the Richard Fahey educated Summer season Sands used to be offered for 625,000 guineas (US$844,276). Business on the second one day of the sale persisted to be robust with an excellent clearance price of 91 %.
The wild card access Summer season Sands, who used to be 3rd within the Staff 1 Heart Park Stakes two begins in the past at the back of Earthlight, used to be the spotlight of the second one day of the Tattersalls Autumn Horses in Coaching Sale. The son of Trainer Space, who gained the indexed Redcar Two-Yr-Outdated Trophy on his newest get started, stuck the eye of a lot of bidders together with Badgers Bloodstock’s Grant Pritchard-Gordon, Oliver St Lawrence and eventual underbidder Alastair Donald, however the trio had been not able to compare the efforts of Invoice Dwan who secured the 2-year-old for 625,000 guineas ($844,276). The sale is a document for a colt at this fixture and the 3rd very best value within the sale’s historical past and used to be bought by way of Dwan on behalf of teacher Joseph O’Brien.
“He is a beautiful horse, scopey, and I feel he has some extra growth to return subsequent 12 months,” stated Dwan. “He’s going to get to Eire and feature a destroy. He has been really well campaigned by way of Richard Fahey.”
Former proprietor Chris Swan of The Cool Silk Partnership stated: “It’s bittersweet as I feel he’ll cross directly to be an excellent horse as a 3-year-old, however we purchase 2-year-olds and promote on the finish of the 12 months. It’s the most efficient sale outcome we’ve had within the public sale ring.”
Bloodstock agent Matt Coleman, who purchased the colt as a 2-year-old on the spring’s Tattersalls Eire Ascot Breeze-Up Sale, added: “We purchased him at Ascot and that has been a truly a hit sale for us – we additionally purchased Sands Of Mali and Flaming Princess there.
“I feel there may be nonetheless a lot of growth in him, particularly as he’s going to Eire as he likes a little of dig.”
Invoice Dwan had additionally struck previous within the day when he secured the evenly raced 3-year-old Dance Jupiter for 270,000 guineas ($364,727). Consigned from teacher John Kiely’s Lisfennel Stables in Eire, the son of Kingsbarns gained on his 2d occupation get started at Cork initially of October, beating the extremely rated Patrick Sarsfield.
Dwan secured the gelding who has a ‘Timeform’ score of 88p on the expense of agent Troy Steve.
“He has been bought for Chantal Regalado-Gonzalez, proprietor of Patrick Sarsfield and in addition of the nice filly Iridessa,” stated Dwan. “We clearly suppose that the shape used to be just right – let’s hope we’re right kind. This horse will return to Eire to Joseph O’Brien.”
The Oasis Dream colt Incinerator is headed to Saudi Arabia after being bought by way of Abdulaziz Al-Mousa for 200,000 guineas ($270,187). Consigned to the sale by way of The Castlebridge Consignment on behalf of Hugo Palmer’s Kremlin Cottage Stables, Incinerator raced within the colours of breeder Ibrahim Araci and the two-time winner has an legitimate BHA score of 83.
“There’s a race over a mile for 3-year-olds,” stated Abdulaziz Al-Mousa, relating to one of the vital supporting races at the inaugural Saudi Cup card at King Abdulaziz Racetrack.
“I preferred his seems to be and his pedigree – he is going on rapid flooring and the All-Climate and will have to be k at the filth.”
The race is value $800,000 and is at the undercard for the Saudi Cup on Feb. 29, 2020, which is now the arena’s most precious horserace with a prize cash of $20 million.
The Tattersalls Autumn Horses in Coaching Sale continues Wednesday, Oct. 30.
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