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Leo Powell reviews the family of Ballyadam, and recalls the much-missed Basil Brindley
By Leo Powell on 03 April 2020
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The aggregate and clearance rate showed a marginal increase on 2018's figures although both the average and median dropped
By Ryan McElligott on 27 June 2019
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The clearance rate was a remarkable 91%, the aggregate just over €11.7 million, and the median surged to an unprecedented €45,000
By Ryan McElligott on 11 June 2019
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Back in Feburary, Commander Of Fleet was the first Grade 1 winner for the ill-fated Fame And Glory, Leo Powell examines his pedigree
By Leo Powell on 08 February 2019
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The yearlings sale fell some way short of the returns posted on the corresponding day for the last few years
By Ryan McElligott on 16 November 2018
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Figures from the opening session of the Tattersalls Ireland November National Hunt Sale fell some way short of those from the corresponding day from 12 months ago
By Ryan McElligott on 11 November 2018
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The top price of €80,000 is the best return from this sale for four years and the €60,000 paid for the leading filly was the best price achieved by a filly at this sale since 2010
By Ryan McElligott on 17 August 2018
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Ryan McElligott goes through the highlights of the three-day Tattersalls Ireland August National Hunt Sale
By Ryan McElligott on 17 August 2018
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The star of the session was an €80,000 son of Fame And Glory, while a daughter of Saint Des Saints fetched the highest price for a filly at this sale since 2010
By Ryan McElligott on 14 August 2018
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Ryan McElligott picked out some lots which caught his eye at the Tattersalls Ireland Derby Sale
By Ryan McElligott on 29 June 2018
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Point-to-point handlers play prominent role at the new one-day Fairyhouse auction
By Ryan McElligott on 16 May 2018
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Ryan McElligott looks at the highlights of the Tattersalls Ireland May Store Sale which has seen a bright kick-off to the store sale season
By Ryan McElligott on 18 May 2018
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Sebastopol, the first runner from the initial crop of late Fame And Glory, won his point-to-point by 15 lengths at Larkhill
By Eoghain Ward on 12 January 2018
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The son of Milan was one of three foals to beat last year's session-topping figure of €70,000
By Ryan McElligott on 15 November 2017
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Last year's top-priced foal made €70,000 but that was equalled or bettered six times on Tuesday, including by a half-sister to a recent Grade 1 star
By Ryan McElligott on 14 November 2017
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The French-bred top lot, who is already named Son Of The Hunter, looks set to head down the point-to-point route in 2018 after going to Rathbarry Stud’s Paul Cashman for €50,000
By Ryan McElligott on 16 August 2017
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The €145,000 session-topper was consigned by Loughmore Stables and bought by Bottle HIll Stud; first crop representatives of Fame And Glory catch the eye
By Ryan McElligott on 03 July 2017
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"The market enjoyed great depth which saw the figures grow to record levels, all driven by a superb 89% clearance rate," Tony Williams MD of Goffs UK
By Leo Powell on 26 May 2017
Elliott went to £100,000 for a Fame And Glory gelding and Morris paid the same amount for a son of Diamond Boy; Spring Store Sale sees huge advances on last year’s record sale
By Irish Field Contributor on 23 May 2017
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The multiple Group 1 winner had been very popular at stud and has yet to have any National Hunt runners
By Mark Costello on 17 February 2017
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