“It’s good that this is recognized” – Ryan believes in the productivity of HIT sales | Bloodstock News
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Last year’s best lot, English King, advance past the Tattersalls grandstand before being knocked down for 925,000gns
By Kitty Trice
International buyers have made their presence felt at the recent Tattersalls October Yearling Sale, especially the powerful US Book 1 Contingent, and the Horses in Training sale is virtually guaranteed to provide a wide range of buyers from around the world. the whole world of horses adapted to their needs. .
Graduates of the four-day sale have lit racetracks at home and abroad, including former Sir Michael Stoute inmate Zaaki, who landed a pair of Group 1 and three Group 2 for coach Annabel Neasham in Australia., while closer to home there was the story of Rohaan, who sold George Scott to Martin Wanless and David Evans and rose through the ranks in Class 6 contests to win the Sandy Lane and Wokingham Stakes.
Kevin Ryan’s Hambleton Lodge Stables is among the shippers with a significant draw this year. Adam Ryan, the son and assistant of the Group 1 winning multiple trainer, is confident their horses will have wide appeal.
“They are quite commercial for a range of potential buyers, they are very solid horses and they have a proven track record in a variety of terrains which is good for owners here and abroad,” he said. .
“It’s important not only to have commercially viable horses, but also healthy horses that seem like they can be trained anywhere.
“It’s always good to see investments from different parts of the world and I think that’s important for our sales anyway. We produce some of the best horses in the world and it’s good that this investment is recognized.
“The sale has proven over the years that this is a great place to get horses for everyone, you have seen some of the stories of horses that have been sold overseas. It maintains the reputation of the horses produced. in this country. ”
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Kevin Ryan: Hambleton Lodge Stables draft includes a number of interesting kinds
When asked to point out a draft or two highlights, Ryan was quick to highlight gelding Cotai Glory Pockett Rocket (lot 562), who landed a young Hamilton girl before coming in second at a valuable nursery in York behind the useful Flaming Rib.
Flaming Rib has been an easy winner twice since, most recently in the Listed Doncaster Stakes on Saturday when he became Ribchester’s first winner.
“They’re all pretty similar types, we’re very fortunate to have the support of some big owners, who have a lot of stock,” Ryan said. “Horses that didn’t quite make the marks for them would definitely be good, fun horses for other people, both at home and abroad.
“I think a horse that could provide a lot of fun is Pockett Rockett, he progressed in his first runs before winning his third start. He was only beaten one nose by a very talented horse from Tom Dascombe in Flaming Rib, which is now rated 108.
“Pockett Rockett raced in the Rockingham Stakes last time around – the ground was very dead and sticky – but I think he could potentially improve at three and he’s from Cotai Glory, who had a great start to his career.”
Elsewhere, among the most eye-catching lots on offer at Park Paddocks is this season’s Chester Vase scorer, Youth Spirit (1186A) and Group 3 winner and third in the Gold Cup Master Of Reality (1186C) – both of which are wildcards, as their lot numbers indicate – with St Léger third La Méditerranée (238), the winner of Windsor Castle Chipotle (1055) and the Group 3 winner Hackwood Stakes Tabdeed (1149).
The latter named is part of a massive original 154 horsepower project from Downsizing Shadwell.
Tattersalls President Edmond Mahony said when releasing the catalog: “The unique diversity of the sale is key to its lasting appeal to national and international buyers.
“This year’s catalog has all the makings to appeal to the usual global audience, including large and high-end shipments from Godolphin, Juddmonte Farms and Shadwell Estates. “
The opening session takes place on Monday from 9:30 am.
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2020 figures 971 out of 1,105 gns sold for a total of 21,735,100 gns (versus 25,393,400 gns in 2019), an average of 22,384 gns (versus 25,780 gns) and a median of 9,000 gns (versus 12,000 gns)
Notable graduates Zaaki (sold by Freemason Lodge Stables to Blandford Bloodstock / Annabel Neasham Racing for 150,000 gns), Rohaan (George Scott Racing to Martin Wanless / David Evans for 20,000 gns), Hello soldier (Beechdown Farm Stables at Oliver St Lawrence Bloodstock for 380,000 gns)
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FIRST PUBLISHED AT 11:37 AM, OCTOBER 24, 2021