SEN Ding, a two-year-old son of Mehmas who was placed third in a Curragh maiden this year for trainer Ger Lyons, is an eyecatching entry for the Tattersalls Ascot December Sale on Monday week, December 6th.
Rated 78 by the Irish handicapper, Sen Ding ran six times this season.
There are 67 lots in the catalogue, and they consist of nine yearlings, 43 horses in training, 10 horses out of training, two stores and two point-to-pointers.
Beau Jardine, a dual winner for Roger Varian, goes to the sale with a BHA rating of 89.
Lethal Lunch is a six-time winner and the winner of over £90,000 in prize money. A winner on the all-weather this year, he has an official rating of 85.
Salley Gardens will be offered by Olly Murphy’s Warren Chase Stables. The five-year-old son of Yeats has won his last two handicap hurdles in impressive style and is now rated 111 by the BHA.
Barry Leavey’s Saverley Green Stables will offer Infiniti who caught the eye when runner-up on his latest start in a two-mile handicap hurdle at Market Rasen last week.