FULL brothers to champion Ghaiyyath and Arc winner Waldgeist are among the dazzling number of blueblooded yearlings in the catalogue for Book 1 of the 2022 Tattersalls October Yearling Sale.

The flagship sale (October 4th-6th) has attracted 26 yearlings by Dubawi, 28 by Frankel, 31 by Kingman, 38 by Lope De Vega, 31 by Sea The Stars, 26 by Siyouni and 17 by the late Galileo.

All 549 yearlings catalogued are eligible for the £20,000 Tattersalls October Book 1 Bonus scheme, which recently celebrated its 286th winner and has paid out £6,845,000 in bonus prize money to date.

The catalogue features own or half-brothers and -sisters to a remarkable 61 classic and Group 1 winners and 223 group race or listed race winners.

This year’s Derby winner Desert Crown, 1000 Guineas winner Cachet, July Cup winner Alcohol Free, Commonwealth Cup winner Perfect Power and Coronation Stakes winner Inspiral are among the stars with siblings catalogued.

Amongst the siblings to classic and Group 1 winners are own or half-brothers to Barney Roy, Belvoir Bay, Broome, Digital Age, El Bodegon, Ghaiyyath, Golden Horn, Harry Angel, Hermosa, Hydrangea, Legatissimo, Magna Grecia, Poet’s Word, Poetic Flare, Rockemperor, Snow Lantern, St Mark’s Basilica, Subjectivist, Waldgeist, Without Parole and Zhukova.

Beautifully bred fillies on offer include own or half-sisters to classic and Group 1 winners Aclaim, Aunt Pearl, Battaash, Dreamloper, Ebro River, Galileo Gold, Going Global, Just The Judge, Line Of Duty, Lumiere, Rizeena, The Gurkha and Twilight Payment.

The largest consignment comes from last year’s sale-topping Newsells Park Stud who will offer a draft of 30 yearlings, followed by Baroda Stud and Highclere Stud who both have 24 lots catalogued.

Tattersalls chairman Edmond Mahony said: “Even by its customary lofty standards the catalogue for Book 1 looks to be exceptional. This year’s October Book 1 features own or half-brothers and sisters to more than 60 classic and Group 1 winners, and more than a third of the 549 yearlings catalogued are by current European top 10 sires.”

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