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Tattersalls Craven Breeze Up Sale catalogue unveiled with 168 quality lots

Among the entries are lots by leading sires Dubawi, Frankel and Lope De Vega

Tattersalls Craven Breeze Up Sale entries are now online
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The catalogue for next month's Tattersalls Craven Breeze Up Sale is now online, with 168 high-class juveniles featuring for a sale which comes with the attraction of the new £250,000 Craven Royal Ascot/Group 1 Bonus.

A £125,000 reward will be offered to the first Craven Breeze Up winner of any of the six two-year-old races at Royal Ascot. An additional £125,000 bonus will also be paid to the first Craven Breeze Up winner of any of the 15 European Group 1 races open to two-year-olds.

April 12-14 is the date of the breeze-ups and sale, and entries include 20 horses out of Group or Listed-winning mares, such as Malcolm Bastard's Frankel colt out of Prix Jean Romanet winner Ribbons (lot 79) and the Mocklershill-consigned Dubawi colt out of Group 3 scorer Stellar Path (95).

Colts by the late Arrogate and Union Rags out of Grade 1 victresses Funny Moon (11) and Careless Jewel (145) respectively also feature. 

Ribbons: her Frankel colt is among the eyecatchers at the Craven Breeze Up Sale

There are also own or half-brothers and sisters to 32 Group or Listed winners, including Oak Tree Farm's Siyouni half-brother to Grade 1 victor Western Aristocrat (135) and Ardglas Stables' Aclaim half-brother to Sussex Stakes hero Here Comes When (73).

Top-class sires with horses in the sale include Camelot, Dubawi, Frankel, Kingman and Lope De Vega, while first-season sires Almanzor, Churchill, Highland Reel and Profitable also feature. 

Tattersalls chairman Edmond Mahony said: “The combination of the new £250,000 Craven Royal Ascot/Group 1 Bonus and the £15,000 Craven Breeze Up Bonus makes the 2021 Tattersalls Craven Breeze Up Sale a compelling prospect for owners.

"We are committed to rewarding owners in as many innovative ways as we can and a quality Craven Breeze Up catalogue, well supported by Europe’s leading breeze up consignors, as well as unprecedented bonuses, provide the perfect ingredients for owners, especially in the current climate.

"The Tattersalls Craven Breeze Up has always been a prolific source of top class two-year-olds and they stand to be rewarded like never before in 2021."


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The Tattersalls Craven Breeze Up has always been a prolific source of top class two-year-olds and they stand to be rewarded like never before in 2021
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