Tattersalls Autumn HIT Sale-Topper Harlem Books Caulfield Cup Spot With Group 3 Win
23rd September 2017Send this to a friend
Harlem Winning the G3 MRC Foundation Cup
HARLEM, the sale-topper at the 2016 Tattersalls Autumn Horses in Training Sale raced into Caulfield Cup calculations with an emphatic win in the Group 3 MRC Foundation Cup at Caulfield today. Trained by David & Ben Hayes and Tom Dabernig, the son of CHAMPS ELYSEES was bought in partnership by SackvilleDonald’s Al Donald and Louis Le Metayer’s Astute Bloodstock for 520,000 guineas from the consignment of Juddmonte Farms last year.
HARLEM is now 12-1 for the $3,000,000 Caulfield Cup on October 21 and co-trainer Ben Hayes was understandably excited. He commented;
“His form over in Europe was over further, so it's very exciting. Look out Caulfield Cup.
"The won he won today, he won quite convincingly and they weren't slouches in that field.
"So it was good to see him do it."
HARLEM races in the colours of Hong Kong-based owner Edmond Lee who also part-owns 22,000 guineas Tattersalls October Yearling Sale purchase REDKIRK WARRIOR who is set to run in the inaugural $10,000,000 Everest.
Graduates of the Tattersalls Autumn Horses in Training Sale have won 55 Group/Listed races in Australia since 2014. The sale has also produced nine Group 1 winners worldwide in the same period including last year’s Irish 1,000 Guineas winner JET SETTING who was purchased for just 12,000 guineas.
Catalogues for the world’s largest horses in training sale are published on Thursday, September 28. The sale will take place over five days from Monday, October 30th to Friday, November 3rd.