Brood mare prospects among exciting wildcards for Tattersalls July sale | Bloodstock News
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Check out The Rose in the winners’ paddock after winning the Prix Six Perfections
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Six Perfections Prize Group 3 winner See The Rose is one of seven wildcards added to Tattersalls’ July sale, taking place next week.
The four-year-old daughter of great French sire Kendargent, who is becoming an influential broodmare sire, also finished third in the Prix de Sandringham Group 2 last season and is a full sister to Listed winner Xaarino and the Group 3 Prix de Cabourg third Mont Kiara.
She is one of three additional entries offered by Castlebridge Consignment, and all on the first day of the sale. See The Rose is joined by Anatiya, a Listed-placed 4-year-old out of the first crop of Aga Khan Studs sire Dariyan, a son of Shamardal.
The trio is completed by Frankel’s unreleased filly Nomadland, who is the first foal out of Love Conquers, a Deep Impact winning full sister to Japanese Group 1 Derby winner and third Japanese 2,000 Guineas Deep Brillante, and of the second Group 3 Flower Cup Hubble Bubble. .
Sun King, a three-year-old colt by Galileo, who finished third in the Golden Gate Handicap at Royal Ascot in his last race, will be offered by Coolmore. Raised by the late Sir Robert Ogden, he is out of Listed Blenheim Stakes winner Song Of My Heart and is the brother of three black-type performers, including the third Pandora in the Musidora Stakes.
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Jamie Railton Sales offers Twisted Reality, a four-year-old by Fastnet Rock out of the Listed-placed mare Galileo Lady Dragon. A winner at two, she finished fourth in last season’s Listed Fillies’ Trial at Newbury, behind British Champions’ Fillies and Mares’ Stakes winner Eshaada.
Two additional entries were also made for Friday’s session, led by Iffraaj’s winning filly, Crystal Estrella, who comes from a top-notch family. A successful maiden at Goodwood in May for Sir Michael Stoute, she is a half-sister to Australian Listed winner Crystal Pegasus and Crystal Etoile, a half-sister to Dansili champion Crystal Ocean and Group 1 winner Hillstar.
Rounding out the wild card list is Chesterton, a three-year-old son of Slade Power who won a maiden seven furlongs at Down Royal on his third start for Gerard O’Leary. Brought to him by Mr Lopes Bloodstock, he is out of a half-sister of Flying Childers winner Green Door.
The Tattersalls July sale takes place from Wednesday 6th July to Friday 8th July.
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FIRST PUBLICATION AT 4:54 PM, JUNE 28, 2022