Consigned by Mick Channon's West Ilsley Stables, Miletrian was purchased by Kentucky horseman Reiley McDonald of Eaton Sales. McDonald said he was representing an American client, who plans to breed the filly Galileo.The immediate underbidder was Phillipa Cooper of Normandie Stud. Katsumi Yoshida of Japan also tried to buy Miletrian.Leggy Lou, a 2-year-old filly who won this year's Princess Margaret Stakes (Eng-III) brought 500,000 guineas. Offered by Jeremy Noseda's Shalfleet Stables, she was purchased by Ashtown House Stud's Paul Shanahan, a member of the Coolmore Stud team. Irish bloodstock agent Johm McCormack signed the ticket. The price was the second-highest ever for a European 2-year-old filly in training, behind only the 620,000 guineas paid for Scimitarra during the 1986 edition of the Tattersalls sale. Narvick International's Emmanuel de Seroux and 6C Racing's Andrea Putsch also made bids on Leggy Lou.A daughter of Mujadil, Leggy Lou will remain in training.
The first session's highest-priced broodmare was Lyrical Dance, who was sold to Barouche Stud for 360,000 guineas. The daughter of Lear Fan is a half-sister to group I winners Nasr El Arab, Pennekamp, and Black Minnaloushe. The immediate underbidder was Charlie Gordon-Watson, who was representing Tom Wilson. Lyrical Dance was sold in foal to Anabaa.