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Tuesday, 23 October, 2018

Murphy and Doyle can rule the roost again at Cheltenham Sale

Both have entered a strong draft of winning pointers

Tattersalls Ireland: a number of winning pointers and form horses will go under the hammer at the Cheltenham May Sale
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A repeat of last year's Tattersalls Ireland Cheltenham May Sale - in which the top five lots came from either Denis Murphy's Ballyboy Stables or Donnchadh Doyle's Monbeg Stables, including the latter's sale-topping Redhotfillypeppers - is not hard to envisage, as both have entered a fresh batch of winning pointers again this year.

Murphy has four lots catalogued to go under the hammer including three by Westerner. They are Gowiththeflow, winner of a four-year-old geldings' maiden at Rathcannon a fortnight ago, from the family of dual Charlie Hall Chase winner and prolific Listed hurdle scorer Celtic Shot.

Bold Bandit, second to Doyle's Coastal Path gelding Aione in a hotly contested four-year-old gelding's maiden at Dromahane on Sunday; the filly Ifyoucatchmenow, who won a four-year-old mares' maiden at Bartlemy over a week ago, and Moonshine Bay, a Milan gelding that was successful in a Loughrea four-year-old maiden in April.

Doyle has a seven-strong entry, consisting of September Storm gelding Storm Control, an impressive 20-length winner on his first start in a Lisronagh four-year-old maiden in April, and the already mentioned Aione.

He also offers Kings Monarch, a Schiaparelli gelding who scored by three lengths at Taylorstown earlier this month; Tillythetank, a Stowaway filly who was second by two lengths to Ifyoucatchmenow, and Rio Quinto, a Loup Breton gelding who was a close second at Dromahane on Sunday. His final lot is Darlac, a Lucarno gelding who was second to Gowiththeflow.

The sale, for which 54 lots are catalogued, will take place at the Tattersalls Ireland sales complex at Cheltenham racecourse on June 1.

Doyle has a seven-strong entry, consisting of September Storm gelding Storm Control, an impressive 20-length winner on his first start
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