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Sale companies agree on protocol for yearling inspections, the catalogues for the Tattersalls Derby and May store horse sales are out now
By Mark Costello on 15 May 2020
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Leo Powell, who later worked for the company, remembers the team who started what is now Tattersalls Ireland
By Leo Powell on 01 May 2020
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Tattersalls has taken steps to ensure that vendors have the best chance of offering their premier bloodstock for sale
By Irish Field Contributor on 24 April 2020
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New dates have been set for the Derby Sale and Goresbridge Breeze-Up Sale
By Irish Field Contributor on 24 April 2020
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The two major sales companies have announced further changes to their spring and summer schedules
By Mark Costello on 03 April 2020
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Matt Mitchell and Henry Beeby discuss the options being considered for upcoming auctions
By Mark Costello on 27 March 2020
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Harry and Lorna Fowler’s Rahinstown Stud topped the sale with a son of No Risk At All whose talents have been advertised by Epatante and Allaho as the February Sale maintained it's recent figures
By Ryan McElligott on 31 January 2020
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Grade 2 placed Louis' Vac Pouch and a half-brother to Last Instalment are scheduled to be offered at the Tattersalls Ireland Cheltenham December Sale
By Michael Ross on 06 December 2019
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Mares consigned by Derrinstown Stud made three of the top four prices during the one-day sale. The top foal was a Kodiac colt who changed hands in a private sale
By Ryan McElligott on 22 November 2019
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Mares consigned by Derrinstown Stud made three of the top four prices during the one-day sale. The top foal was a Kodiac colt who changed hands in a private sale
By Ryan McElligott on 18 November 2019
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Ryan McElligott reports on the Tattersalls Ireland National Hunt Sale where there was an overall improved level of demand for stock
By Ryan McElligott on 15 November 2019
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A Camelot foal was this year's sale-topper with Kevin Doyle going to €155,000 for the half-brother to Altior
By Ryan McElligott on 15 November 2019
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Willie Mullins supplied the top-priced mare for the sixth year in a row when Camelia De Cotte was sold for €140,000
By Ryan McElligott on 15 November 2019
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Even though the sale saw its highest price achieved by a yearling for 12 years, the rest of the session showed just how much the NH yearling trade has been struggling since 2008
By Ryan McElligott on 15 November 2019
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The five-day Tattersalls Ireland November National Hunt Sale showed an increase in both the median price and clearance rate, producing a set of returns that made for interesting reading
By Ryan McElligott on 14 November 2019
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Flemensfirth supplied the top two lots, followed in the rankings by a trio of Walk In The Park colts. Flemensfirth also supplied the top-priced filly of the session
By Ryan McElligott on 13 November 2019
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The son of Camelot was consigned by Coole House Farm on behalf of breeder Paddy Behan junior and is the highest priced National Hunt foal sold in Fairyhouse in the past dozen years
By Ryan McElligott on 12 November 2019
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Tattersalls Ireland's November Flat Foal and Breeding Stock Sale is previewed by Michael Ross
By Michael Ross on 08 November 2019
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Michael Ross previews some of the notable lots for the upcoming Tattersalls Ireland's November National Hunt Sale
By Michael Ross on 01 November 2019
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Matt Mitchell and Michael Donohoe gave us their thoughts ahead of the Tattersalls Ireland September Yearling Sale
By Mark Costello on 20 September 2019
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