Progeny of Martaline and Presenting among lots for February Sale
Previous graduates of the sale include Cue Card and Willoughby Court
Buyers in search on the next potential jumps superstar will be riffling through the online catalogue for the Tattersalls Ireland February National Sale.
A total of 287 lots have been catalogued for the one-day sale, which takes place on Tuesday, January 30 at 10.30am.
The sale comprises older horses, two-year-olds, 255 National Hunt yearlings and 11 broodmares from many leading consignors including Ennel Bloodstock, Ballincurrig House Stud, Rathbarry Stud, Sheridan House Stables and the Beeches Stud.
Progeny of Martaline are sure to be in high demand following We Have A Dream's win in the rescheduled Future Champions Finale Juvenile Hurdle at Chepstow.
Ballinaroone Stud offer a yearling colt by the son of Linamix out of a half-sister to high-class hurdlers Agrapart and Afsoun, from the same Aga Khan family that has produced Grand National runner-up Balthazar King.
Offspring of the late Presenting are also likely to find themselves on many buyers' shortlists.
Ballincurrig House Stud offer a yearling half-brother by the son of Mtoto to the Dovecote Novices' Hurdle winner Winter Escape, while the same family has consistently produced jumps Graded winners such as Black Jack Ketchum, Castlekellyleader and Fota Island.
The Beeches Stud, meanwhile, offers a yearling brother to Sutton Place on behalf of breeder James Leahy.
Sutton Place - a dual Grade 2 hurdle winner by Beeches Stud resident Mahler - scored impressively on his first chase start on New Year's Day and has been quoted at single-figure odds for the feature novice chases at the Cheltenham Festival.
Past graduates of the February National Hunt Sale include Cue Card, the 2016 Neptune Novices' Hurdle winner Willoughby Court and recent Grade 2 novice chase winner Keeper Hill.