Yearling Race Horses for Sale

Annual race horses for sale

EYES FOR FAME's black yearling stallion foal. As your horse is placed in the display case, it occupies a prominent position at the top of the side. Jährling achieves all-time high at auctions This foal was bought on Tuesday for 2.6 million pounds of Guinean gold (£2.73 million).

One foal in the foal is worth $1.5 and is a quantity used in equine auctioning. On the first of the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale, he was auctioned off on the basis of his family tree by father Dubawi, the Irish Guinean 2000 and third Epson Derby winners, and the two coronation staff winners Fallen for You.

The 39th lot met with interest from tenderers in Australia, Qatar, South Africa and the UK, but went to John Ferguson, a former coach and Dubai sovereign Sheikh Mohammed's Godolphin race blood stock consultant. Tattersalls' annual best was the payment of $6.7 million (£5.25 million or 5 million Guineas) for the Galileo foal Al Naamah in 2013.

Tattersall's spokesperson, Jimmy George, said that she has achieved results in a number of group events, but will be very useful for her breed. As Ferguson said about the horses known as Lot 39, "He is a charming, powerful person with a great family tree, and it is important for an organisation like ours to try to buy the best blood available.

"Thanks to growers in Great Britain and Ireland, this sale has become the best blood bank in the whole wide use. Growers earn this kind of cash for the best they make - they have built precious mare strains and put them into the very best sires.

It'?s so difficult to raise a good one. "We have two sires in the whole wide range that get the best broodmares, Dubawi and Galileo, and the products of the better broodmares by Dubawi are now on the market", is a four year old out of Galileo and Red Evie. 136 tickets were auctioned for the amount of $41,773,260 (£32,802,000 or 31,240,000 Guineas) at an annual rate of $307,000 (£241,000 or 229,706 Guineas) at the Newmarket auctions.

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