Tattersalls Part Two and Three Start Oct. 16

There are 1,285 lots cataloged for parts two and three of the Tattersalls' October yearling sale, which starts Oct. 16 in Newmarket, England.

The first lot into the ring is from the first crop of Needwood Blade (by Pivotal). The colt made 76,000 guineas as a foal and comes from Gay O'Callaghan's Yeomanstown Stud. He is a half-brother to 2006 Irish 1,000 Guineas (Ire-I) second Ardbrae Lady (by Overbury).

The sale features a Cape Cross half-brother to 2000 Guineas (Eng-I) winner Indian Haven (by Indian Ridge), consigned by Watership Down Stud.

A Diktat colt, sent to the sale by Charlie and Tracy Vigors' Hillwood Stud, is the first foal of group I Italian Oaks winner Menhoubah (by Dixieland Band),

Fillies set to garner attention include a Hawk Wing half-sister to Moyglare Stud Stakes (Ire-I) winner Mail The Desert (by Desert Prince) from Sean Coughlan's Mountain View Stud.

Paddy Twomey's Hawthorn Villa Stud has a Where Or When who went for 78,000 guineas as a foal and a Rahy colt who cost $120,000 last year.
 
There is a Hold That Tiger filly who was bought in utero when Three Wishes (by Sadler's Wells) made $190,000 at Keeneland. Agent Peter Doyle bought him for Dermot and Perle O'Rourke's Plantation Stud.
 
A Barathea filly who cost only 3,000 guineas at Tattersalls in February can expect to make considerably more as her half-brother, Maze (by Dr Fong), won the Chaesham Stakes at Royal Ascot.

On Oct. 17, a Red Ransom half-brother to Tattersalls Gold Cup (Ire-I) winner Rebelline (by Robellino) is consigned for breeder Peter Tellwright by David Brown's Furnace Mill Stud.
 
Ireland’s Croom House Stud time so far this year and offer two of the more expensive pinhooked yearlings.

A Medicean colt purchased for 145,000 euros at Goffs November as a foal and a More Than Ready   colt who cost $200,000 at Keeneland in November will also be offered.
 
Renowned pinhooker Willie Browne's Meadowlands Stud has Refuse To Bend colt who cost $130,000 at Keeneland November.

Tattersalls marketing director Jimmy George commented: "They are two very good catalogues and Park Paddocks seems to have been very busy over the weekend and on Monday in the lead up to the start of book two."

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