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Total of 93 juveniles make final cut for Osarus Breeze-Up Sale

Morning to be freed up to allow more time for inspections

Bids fly in for a two-year-old at last year's sale
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The 93 two-year-olds catalogued for this year's Osarus Breeze-Up Sale at La Teste de Buch racecourse will be put their paces the day before the sale, in a marked change that will free up more time for inspections.

The breezes will take place at 2.30pm on April 10, with video footage available on the Osarus website the same day, with the sale getting under way at 12.30pm on April 11. 

The catalogue brings together a mix of up-and-coming and proven stallions including Camelot, Dansili, Gutaifan, Sea The Moon and Siyouni.  

Yann Creff is the largest consignor with 12 lots on offer including an Epaulette half-sister (lot 7) to the EP Taylor Stakes and Prix Jean Romanet scorer Folk Opera, a Le Havre colt (41) out of the Listed-placed Dansili mare Changeable, and a Vale Of York filly out of the Listed-placed Choisir mare Reech Band (91). 

Ecurie la Frenee consigns eight lots headed by a Makfi half-brother (61) to the Listed-placed Hyper Hyper out of a half-sister to Falmouth Stakes scorer Giofra, and a Nathaniel filly (93) out of the Listed-placed Rime A Rien. 

Another vendor to have eight lots listed is Pascal Beyer. He sends forth a Dansili colt (45) out of an unraced Galileo sister to the Group 1-winning pair Ballydoyle and Misty For Me, the latter having produced two elite winners in Roly Poly and US Navy Flag. 

The full catalogue is available to view on the Osarus website. 

Previous graduates of the sale include the three-year-old Le Havre colt Gritti, a Class 2 winner at Cagnes-Sur-Mer on Saturday, the Listed-placed juvenile Golconda, and Capivari, a Grade 1 winner over hurdles.

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Yann Creff is the largest consignor with 12 lots on offer
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