Catalogue For Arqana's October Yearling Sale Revealed

Dream And Do's full-brother is part of the October Yearling Sale catalogue | Scoop Dyga

The catalogue for the five-day Arqana October Yearling Sale, featuring 781 lots, is now online. Past graduates of the sale, held from Oct. 17-21 this year, brought home a quartet of group/graded victories this last weekend, with Jadoomi (Fr) (Holy Roman Emperor {Ire}) and Iresine (Fr) (Manduro {Ger}) winning at the Group 2 level in Ireland and France, respectively. Stateside, Bran (Fr) (Muhaarar {GB}) claimed the GII Turf Sprint S. and Avenue De France (Fr) (Cityscape {GB}) landed the GII John C. Mabee S. Beginning at 11 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 17, lots 1-225 will go under the hammer, while on Tuesday, Oct. 18, Part I will conclude with lots 226-333 starting at 2 p.m. Part II of the catalogue will also begin at 2 p.m. on Oct. 19 (lots 334-498) and Oct. 20 (lots 499-628), and the fifth, and final day of the sale, Part III, will start at 11 a.m. for lots 629-781.

Some of the highlights of the catalogue include the following siblings to Group/Grade 1 winners: lot 42 is a Mehmas (Ire) half-brother to Tiger Tanaka (Ire) (Clodovil {Ire}) from Haras d'Etreham; Taiba (Gun Runner)'s Waldgeist (GB) half-brother is lot 51 from Haras de l'Hotellerie; and Classic winner Dream And Do (Ire) (Siyouni {Fr})'s full-brother (lot 157) is part of the Haras du Logis Saint Germain draft.

All the colts and fillies presented at the October Yearling Sale will be eligible for the Arqana Series at Deauville and ParisLongchamp in 2023.

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