DEBUT point-to-point winner Jet Powered was the headline act of Thursday's Tattersalls Online NH & P2P December Sale, selling for 350,000gns to Highflyer Bloodstock.

The ninth sale conducted on Tattersalls Online saw three lots sell for 250,000gns or more, and a total of six lots sold for 940,000gns.

The top-priced lot during the online sale proved to be Jet Powered. The eight-length debut winner of the four-year-old maiden at Borris House last Sunday was bought by Highflyer Bloodstock’s David Minton and Anthony Bromley for 350,000gns.

Sold by Bunclody, Co Wexford trainer Cormac Farrell, the Jet Away gelding is a half-brother to Westerner Lady, a Grade 2 and Grade 3 winner over fences as well as a Grade 2 winner over hurdles.

Anthony Bromley commented: "He’s been bought for an established client of Nicky Henderson’s. The time of his Borris House win was excellent and he’s a fine stamp of a horse. We thought the female side of the pedigree was good and we really like the sire."

Cormac Farrell, who bought the horse for €45,000 at the 2020 Derby Sale, added: "It’s a great result and I’m delighted to see him go to a top home as he’s a very good horse."

Another debut winner from Sunday’s meeting at Borris House was the mare Halka Du Tabert, who was purchased by Rathmore Stud for 260,000gns from James Doyle’s Baltimore Stables.

The four-year-old daughter of Balko out of the listed winning mare Naska was victorious on the weekend by a staggering 45 lengths.

Willie Mullins was the successful purchaser of Madmansgame for 250,000gns, another debut point-to-point winner from the weekend.

The Blue Bresil half-brother to Grade 1 and Grade 2 placed Gentlemansgame won a division of the four-year-old geldings' maiden at Boulta for handler Donnchadh Doyle on Sunday.


Catalogued 10

Withdrawn 0

Offered 10

Unsold 4

Sold 6

Aggregate 940,000gns

Median 146,000gns

Average 156,667gns

% sold 60%