Diverse cast of entries as 77 lots catalogued for Tattersalls' next online sale
Bidding begins at noon on June 28
A 77-lot catalogue has been unveiled for Tattersalls Online's June 29th Sale, with the offering comprising a mix of Flat and National Hunt horses in training, breeding prospects and youngstock.
Slievebrook House Stud's draft features two with particularly interesting profiles, including Queens Carriage (Lot 45), a well-related daughter of Mehmas with an official rating of 99 who was last seen finishing fourth in the Listed Scurry Stakes.
The same consignor also offers the Aclaim colt Shoebox King (52), who was last seen finishing runner-up behind Silver Surfer at Fairyhouse, while Ellmarie Holden of Coolmeen Stables has entered Fairyhouse point-to-point winner Sir Jackschiaparel (25).
The catalogue also features mares in foal to two of the stallions who hit the headlines during Royal Ascot, with Nelson Farm set to offer the four-year-old What Is Life (5), a daughter of Iffraaj from the family of Alexandrova, carrying to Ardad, while Genuine Approval (2), who shares her pedigree with none other than Pivotal, is in foal to Mayson.
Tattersalls chairman Edmond Mahony said: "The catalogue of 77 lots entered in the June 29th Sale is the largest yet for a sale on the Tattersalls Online platform and illustrates the growing confidence that both vendors and buyers are placing in our online product, which has seen six-figure lots sold to Australia, Bahrain, Hong Kong, South Africa and the USA.
"The entries for the latest sale feature a diverse combination of high-quality Flat and National Hunt prospects, which look set to attract plenty of interest from domestic and international buyers alike."
Details of the available lots - including photos, videos and veterinary information - can be found on the Tattersalls website. Bidding on the Tattersalls Online June 29th Sale will open at noon on Monday, June 28 and will begin closing 24 hours later.