The catalog for the Tattersalls August Sale, which takes place on August 31, is now online and can be viewed at www.tattersalls.com. Comprising 360 lots, the Tattersalls August sale includes 246 in-training/out-of-training colts and geldings and 107 in-training/out-of-training fillies, as well as six broodmares.
This year’s edition of the Tattersalls August Sale again attracted shipments from many of the world’s leading owners/breeders, including Godolphin and Juddmonte, as well as drafts from many of the UK’s leading trainers. Kingdom and Ireland.
Catalog highlights include 3-year-old filly Roll the dice who finished third in the Cazoo May Hill Stakes (G2) as a 2-year-old and comes from a deep Juddmonte family and Clipper Logistics Boomerang Mile Solonaway Stakes (G3) winner trained by Jessica Harrington last year real call . The formation of Richard Hughes Brentford Hope was placed in group races several times and ran a very creditable fifth in the August 6 Betfred Rose of Lancaster Stakes (G3) behind Anmaat while the trained by Robert Cowell Arecibo was placed in the Cazoo Temple Stakes (G2) earlier this year. The formation of Roger Teal sea shells should also generate a lot of interest, having won three of his six starts, including his last, earning a Timeform rating of 107.
Exciting 3yo with lots of potential includes colt of Gemma Tutty Mostly cloudy, whose five straight wins earned him a Timeform rating of 99, while John Gosden’s lightly run Operating earned the same rating after winning his last two races in just four career starts. Mr McCann of Hugo Palmer, who finished fourth in the Mehl-Mulhens-Rennen-German Two Thousand Guineas (G2) and won a competitive handicap at Haydock on August 6 on a 99 mark, also looks sure to have plenty of suitors.
Other 3-year-olds likely to capture buyers’ imaginations include Aidan O’Brien, trained shark bay who has won two of his last three starts and has a Timeform rating of 104, Malabu Drivea frankel colt who won at Killarney on his third and last start, and Green teamthe colt trained by Owen Burrows who finished in midfield in the Queen’s Vase (G2) competition at Ascot Racecourse and is rated 98 by Timeform.
Baroda Stud gives three of six broodmares to offer, including listed winner Le Havre Mare summer surprise and the Shamardal Beau Geste mare; both offered full of a leading sire Australia . Baroda Stud also offers the classified mare Madeira in foal to an Australian Champion Stallion Zustar whose first generation of runners designed for the northern hemisphere includes winner of the Princess Margaret Keeneland Stakes (G3) The zoo .
Tattersalls Chairman Edmond Mahony said: “The Tattersalls August Sale was first introduced in 2020 in response to the circumstances relating to COVID-19, but enthusiasm for the sale from sellers and buyers over the past two years has made it an easier decision to make it a permanent fixture. We are delighted to catalog 360 lots which will appeal to a wide range of buyers, both domestic and overseas. The slightly reduced size of the catalog means also that the sale can take place on just one day, August 31.”