Quality Tattersalls December Yearling Catalogue Out Now
The catalogue for the Tattersalls December Yearling Sale is out now and can be viewed online at www.tattersalls.com. Numbering 222 yearlings, the final yearling sale of the European sales calendar takes place on Monday 23rd November as the curtain raiser for the Tattersalls December Sale which concludes Thursday 3rd December.
A measure of the quality on offer is that nine of the top ten active British and Irish sires in 2015 have yearlings catalogued, namely; GALILEO, DUBAWI, CAPE CROSS, DARK ANGEL, INVINCIBLE SPIRIT, TEOFILO, SHAMARDAL, KODIAC, FASTNET ROCK and EXCEED AND EXCEL. Perennial Champion sire GALILEO has three colts and a daughter of Grade 3 winner CHIMING to represent him, while the lone yearling by DUBAWI is a filly first foal out of the Group 2 winner FIRST CITY.
In total, the catalogue features own or half brothers and sisters to an impressive 67 Group/Listed winners, including the own or half brothers to exciting young sires DRAGON PULSE, HARBOUR WATCH and HAVANA GOLD, the AUSSIE RULES half brother to Group 1 winner MADAME CHIANG and the POWER half brother to Group 1 Irish St Leger winner SANS FRONTIERES.
Buyers will also have the added incentive of 16 yearlings eligible for the £25,000 Tattersalls October Book 1 Bonus, 14 eligible for the £150,000 Tattersalls October Auction Stakes, two eligible for the €250,00 Tattersalls Ireland Super Auction Sales Stakes and a further ten yearlings qualified for French Owners’ Premiums. In addition, there are 126 Plus 10 eligibles in the catalogue.
Commenting on the Tattersalls December Yearling Sale, Tattersalls Chairman Edmond Mahony said;
“Year after year the Tattersalls December Yearling Sale produces winners at the highest level and 2015 Group 1 winner BLAZING SPEED is yet another example of the quality to be found at this fixture. This year’s catalogue has all the ingredients to appeal to a very wide cross section of buyers with the majority of the yearlings eligible for a variety of hugely enticing incentives.”