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Catalogue out for first auction at Ascot for two years due to Covid-19 impact

Bargains waiting to be uncovered at mixed sale on November 4

Grade 1 winner Skyace was picked up for just £600 by Shark Hanlon at the 2019 Tattersalls Ascot November Sale
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The catalogue for the Tattersalls Ascot November Sale, which takes place on Thursday, November 4 is now online, featuring 27 fillies in or out of training, 57 colts or geldings either in or out of training, four point-to-pointers, five yearlings and six stores.

The sale will be the first to be staged at Ascot racecourse since December 2019 due to Covid-19 restrictions.

It has been well supported, with entries from leading stables including Bedford House, Beckhampton House, East Everleigh, Godolphin, Jackdaws Castle, Park House, Seven Barrows, Somerville Lodge, The Old Malthouse and West Ilsley.

Godolphin have consigned seven lots including the well-bred Kingman filly Kingdom Girl, a placed sister to three black-type performers including the Group 3-winning Spirit Of Appin.

Local Law, a three-year-old son of Dubawi, should attract buyers' attention having been placed over a mile and six furlongs with a BHA rating of 72.

The Golden Horn gelding Nemean Lion followed up on his win over a mile and seven furlongs at Longchamp when returning to the same track to be placed second in the Group 2 Prix Chaudenay.

Komachi is a lightly raced son of Kingman, who was recently placed third in a Class 2 handicap at Newmarket, with a current BHA rating of 87.

Further entries of note include the dual winning Kodi Bear gelding The Kodi Kid, officially rated 86 following his recent third in a Chester handicap over seven furlongs.

The Galileo gelding Toronto was recently placed second over a mile and a half at Pontefract and had previously shown high class form as a two-year-old when placed second in the Group 3 Tyros Stakes.

Entries of interest with National Hunt and point-to-point form include James King's Hermin D'Oudairies, a four-year-old Masterstroke gelding who was placed third on his most recent start in a bumper at Galway.

Sevenofus, the five-year-old daughter of Yeats, won the mares' maiden point-to-point for five- and six-year-old mares at Castletown-Geoghegan on October 3.

Jackdaws Castle are set to offer the dual winner Wasdell Dundalk, who gained an official hurdle rating of 120 following a successful summer campaign.

Live internet bidding will be available for those who are unable to attend the sale in person. Prospective purchasers are requested that they register with Tattersalls at least 48 hours prior to the start of the sale here.

Wildcard entries will be accepted until Friday, October 29 and can be completed online.

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Godolphin have consigned seven lots including the well-bred Kingman filly Kingdom Girl, a placed sister to three black-type performers
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