Miss Amulet Purchased by Coolmore

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Miss Amulet | Tattersalls Ascot

Miss Amulet (Ire) (Sir Prancealot {Ire}), who won the G2 Sky Bet Lowther S. last out, has been privately purchased by Michael Tabor and fellow Coolmore partners, Racing Post reported on Tuesday. Previously owned by Colm Griffin, the grey also gained black-type with a win in the Listed Arqana Irish EBF Marwell S. earlier this season. Trained by Ken Condon, Miss Amulet is targetting the G1 Cheveley Park S. at Newmarket on Sept. 26.

“I can confirm that Miss Amulet has been sold outright to Michael Tabor and partners for an undisclosed figure,” Michael Donohoe of BBA Ireland, told Racing Post. “She remains in training with Ken Condon and the plan is to run her in the G1 Cheveley Park S.”

Bred by Ringfort Stud in Ireland and sold for €1,000 as a Goffs November foal, Miss Amulet was selected by Donohoe as a yearling for 7,143gns at the Tattersalls September Yearling Sale. Out of Shena's Dream (Ire) (Oasis Dream {GB}), Miss Amulet's extended family includes French highweight and GI Arlington Million hero Mill Native (Exclusive Native), MGSW and G1 French 2000 Guineas runner-up French Stress (Sham), French Group 3 winner Sporades (Vaguely Noble {Ire}) and GI Frank E. Kilroe Mile S. victor Willyconker (Ire) (Pyrus).

Added Condon, “She's had a very good season and the plan remains the Cheveley Park, which we're all looking forward to. Hopefully she's as lucky for her new owners as she has been for her previous owner, who I know thought long and hard about selling her. He's had a great journey with her and he wishes the new owners luck.”

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