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Tattersalls Cheltenham February Sale - Wildcards now online

Cheltenham Sales' graduates continue to excel on the track with 33 black type races won this season including seven Grade 1's.

Seventeen wildcard entries have been selected for Friday's Sale at Cheltenham which commences at 1.30pm in the Tattersalls Sales Arena.

Wildcard entries include:

Lot 8 God Knows Why

consigned by Kate Harrington Racing, Ireland
5yo G. by Oscar
Placed 2nd in the 5yo Maiden point-to-point at Kirkistown, half-brother to FORGE MEADOW.

Lot 11 Rockadenn

consigned by Ecurie J. Merienne, France
4yo G. by High Rock
Placed 2nd in Victor Ludorum at Haydock, four consecutive wins in France and holds an entry at the Cheltenham Festival.

Lot 14 Drumlee Getaway

consigned by Sean McParlan Racing
5yo M. by Getaway
Debut winner of her Maiden point-to-point at Punchestown. Dam is an own sister to VIC VENTURI.

Lot 20 Supreme Jet

consigned by Moylisha Stables (P.J.O. Farrell)
4yo G. by Jet Away
Debut winner of 4yo Maiden point-to-point at Oldtown, same race won by Grade 1 winner and Cheltenham 2018 February Sale graduate ASTERION FORLONGE.

Lot 21 Velasco

consigned by Cottagefield Stables (T. Lacey)
4yo G. by Sholokhov
Debut winner by a distance of his Maiden point-to-point at Milborne St Andrew in a time 17 seconds faster than Div I. Out of multiple Graded winner BILBOA and a half-brother to 3 black type performers.

Lot 26 Guardino

consigned by Ballyboy Stables, Ireland (D.P. Murphy)
4yo G. by Authorized
Placed 2nd on his debut run in the 4yo Maiden point-to-point at Oldtown.

Lot 27 File Illico

consigned by Moate Stables, Ireland (M. Goff)
5yo G. by Cokoriko
Debut winner by a distance of the 5yo Maiden point-to-point at Knockanard.

Lot 28 Magnificent Ben

consigned by Mharla Stables, Ireland (S. Hassett)
5yo G. by Sans Frontieres
Debut winner of his 5yo Maiden point-to-point at Cragmore.

Lot 34 Striking A Pose

consigned by G&T Racing
4yo G. by Getaway
25 length winner of his Maiden point-to-point at Brocklesby Park.

Lot 35 The New McDonald

consigned by Durra House Stables, Ireland (N. Glynn)
5yo G. by Elusive Pimpernel
Winner of the 5yo Maiden point-to-point at Nenagh. Half-brother to BERG BAHN dam of ELUSIVE HEIGHTS (also by Elusive Pimpernel).

Lot 36 Timeless Beauty

consigned by Monbeg Stables, Ireland (S. Doyle)
5yo M. by Yeats
3 length winner of the 5yo Mares Maiden point-to-point at Oldtown.

Lot 40 Gold Clermont

consigned by Cottagefield Stables (T. Lacey)
4yo F. by Balko
3 length debut winner of her Maiden point-to-point at Brocklesby Park.

Lot 41 Brandy Love

consigned by Milestone Stables, Ireland (C. Bowe)
4yo F. by Jet Away
8 length debut winner beating the geldings in the 4yo Maiden point-to-point at Cragmore. Dam Grade 3 winner BAMBOOTCHA.

Lot 42 Tallow For Coal

consigned by Dower House Stables, Ireland (M.P. Collins)
4yo G. by Arctic Cosmos
Debut winner by a distance of the 4yo Maiden point-to-point Knockanard. Half-brother to two black type performers.

Lot 46 Just A Dime

consigned by Josh Ryan, Ireland
4yo G. by Doyen
Placed 2nd on his debut run in the 4yo Maiden point-to-point at Cragmore.

Lot 47 Velvet Elvis

consigned by Milestone Stables, Ireland (C. Bowe)
4yo G. by Shirocco
20 length debut winner of the his 4yo Maiden point-to-point at Nenagh.

Lot 51 Unit Sixtyfour

consigned by Yellowford Racing, Ireland (C. Motherway)
5yo G. by Sholokhov
Placed 2nd beaten only 2 lengths in the 5yo Maiden point-to-point Maiden at Knockmullen House.
 

View Full Catalogue Here



 
Sales Programme

Thursday 20 February
Horses may be viewed from 2.00pm in the Charles Turner Yard.

Friday 21 February
Horses may be viewed from 8.30am in the Charles Turner Yard.
Sale commences 1.30pm in the Tattersalls Sales Arena.
 


 

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