behalf of New Jersey-based Ahmed Zayat (from the Mocklershill draft). The colt, bought for $140,000 at Keeneland, will be the 14th horse Zayat has in training in Britain, spread between trainers Michael Bell, Neville Callaghan, John Gosden, Jeremy Noseda, and David Simcock.Ireland's buoyant economy made its presence felt with County Kildare property developer Dermot O'Rourke, who bought Plantation Stud in Newmarket last year, spending 400,000 guineas on a Rock Of Gibraltar Colt -- a 165,000-guineas Tattersalls purchase last year -- who will join British trainer Henry Cecil, while County Meath trainer Ger Lyons, acting
for new Galway farm Glenview House Stud, spent 390,000 guineas on a Galileo colt bought back at Keeneland for $130,000 in 2005. Both were consigned by Mocklershill. The workouts by the 2-year-olds on the day before the sale were not officially timed and varied considerably in their tempo.
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