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Beechvale Stud's pinhook topped the final day of Book 3 of the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale. The top filly of the session was a first-crop Ajaya from Rathbarry Stud, bought by Joe Foley
By Irish Field Contributor on 18 October 2019
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Stroud Coleman Bloodstock paid 145,000 guineas for the record-priced Book 3 filly and 125,000 guineas for a second-crop son of Free Eagle
By Irish Field Contributor on 17 October 2019
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Barton Stud sold the colt who topped day three of the Tattersalls Book 2 sale. No Nay Never-sired colt and filly made 325,000 and 270,000 respectively, and there was a 270,000 guineas Frankel filly
By Irish Field Contributor on 16 October 2019
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A son of Archipenko and daughter of Night Of Thunder fetched 425,000 guineas apiece during the second day of Book 2 of the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale
By Irish Field Contributor on 16 October 2019
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James Hanly's Ballyhimikin Stud again consigned on behalf of the breeder, who has had amazing success with the Cassandra Go family
By Irish Field Contributor on 15 October 2019
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The filly from the family of New Approach was bought by the partnership of Coolmore Stud and Westerberg and was one of 10 lots to fetch a seven-figured sum during the three-day Book 1 sale
By Irish Field Contributor on 10 October 2019
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A half-brother to Barney Roy made 3,600,000gns, a son of The Fugue made 1,000,000gns, and the third Dubawi to hit seven figures was the 1,000,000gns half-brother to two Group 1 stars
By Irish Field Contributor on 09 October 2019
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Leo Powell hears from Edmund Mahony on a seventh consecutive record turnover at the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale
By Leo Powell on 26 October 2018
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James Hanly’s Ballyhimikin Stud had a successful sale with a son of Kodiac topping Thrusday's lots
By Leo Powell on 19 October 2018
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The son of leading freshman sire No Nay Never is out of a full-sister to a Group 1 winning sprinter and he topped the final day of Book 2 of the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale
By Irish Field Contributor on 18 October 2018
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David and Henrietta Egan's Corduff Stud consigned the Siyouni filly who topped Tuesday's session of Book 2 of the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale
By Irish Field Contributor on 16 October 2018
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He was consigned by Hazelwood Bloodstock, bought by John Gosden, and sold for the second highest price ever at Book 2 of the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale
By Irish Field Contributor on 15 October 2018
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The Galileo half-sister to Ivawood made 1,200,000gns, as did a Newsells Park Stud-consigned Dubawi filly. Stroud Coleman Bloodstock bought the top three lots
By Irish Field Contributor on 11 October 2018
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Michael Ross looks ahead to Book 2 of the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale
By Michael Ross on 05 October 2018
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Michael Ross previews the book one of the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale
By Michael Ross on 28 September 2018
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Consigned by Mickley Stud, the first-crop daughter of leading sprinter Garswood was knocked down to trainer Mick Quinn for 48,000gns
By Irish Field Contributor on 14 October 2017
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The second-crop daughter of Darley stallion Farhh was consigned by Barton Stud and bought by Joe Foley; first-crop son of Mukhadram was next best at 90,000gns
By Irish Field Contributor on 13 October 2017
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The colt, consigned by The Castlebridge Consignment, was knocked down to Joe Foley on behalf of Clipper Logistics; an 80,000gns first-crop Sea The Moon colt was next best
By Irish Field Contributor on 12 October 2017
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The colt, bought by Shadwell, is a half-brother to five blacktype horses, including Group 1 scorer Biz The Nurse; Dark Angel colt, who had been a €95,000 pinhook, next best at 625,000gns
By Irish Field Contributor on 11 October 2017
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It's the highest price ever for a filly at this sale and the third-highest price in Book 2's history; 400,000gns daughter of Dark Angel was next best
By Irish Field Contributor on 10 October 2017
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