Loder Outbids Hess for Juvenile Kilworth

Former trainer David Loder, acting for an undisclosed client, topped Tattersalls' Autumn Horses In Training Sale in Newmarket Wednesday when paying 360,000 guineas for 2-year-old Kilworth (Ire), who had finished runner-up in the Royal Lodge Stakes (Eng-II) at Newmarket.

Californian trainer Bob Hess was underbidder on the colt with trainer Neil Drysdale's wife Shawn another bidder.

"He'll go out to Dubai for the winter and hopefully he'll be a contender for the UAE Derby," said Loder.

Hazyview (GB) – like Kilworth (Ire) offered by trainer Neville Callaghan – is another set to be campaigned in Dubai after Anthony Stroud outbid fellow agent Richard O'Gorman for the colt.

Juddmonte's 3-year-old colt Palomar (Chester House), bred by Fred Seitz, was bought as a dual purpose prospect for 320,000 gns by owner Sir Robert Ogden through racing manager Barry Simpson.

Richmond Stakes (Eng-II) winner Always Hopeful (GB) will continue his racing career in Hong Kong in the ownership of Tom Li after being bought for 270,000gns by agent Willie Leung of Magus Equine.

The sale finishes Thursday with a session starting at 9.30 a.m.