Order Of Australia One Of The Highlights Of The Tattersalls July Sale Catalogue

Amelia's Jewel's dam was sourced out of the July Sale | Tattersalls

The 961-strong Tattersalls July Sale catalogue, featuring GI Breeders' Cup Mile winner Order Of Australia (Ire) (Australia {GB}), is now online. Set for July 11-14, the catalogue is divided between 947 horses and fillies in/out of training and 114 broodmares, six of which have foals at foot.

Consigned as lot 236 as part of The Castlebridge Consignment, the 6-year-old entire is a half-brother to multiple Group/Grade 1 winners Iridessa (Ire) (Ruler Of The World {Ire}) and Santa Barbara (Ire) (Camelot {GB}).

Large drafts from Cheveley Park Stud, Godolphin, Juddmonte, and Shadwell–with the latter consigning through Barton Sales–have 108 lots between them. Of the broodmare portion of the sale, the 114 lots are in foal to a variety of sires like Churchill (Ire), Cracksman (GB), Dandy Man (Ire), Dream Ahead, Kodiac (GB), Mehmas (Ire), Nathaniel (Ire), Saxon Warrior (Jpn), Sea the Moon (Ger), Showcasing (GB), Sir Percy (GB), Starspangledbanner (Aus), Teofilo (Ire) and Wootton Bassett (GB).

Godolphin's 59 lots are led by G1 Fillies' Mile winner White Moonstone (Dynaformer) (lot 154) in foal to Teofilo (Ire); Shadwell's Qaafeya (Ire) (New Approach {Ire}) (lot 193), herself a daughter of Tanaghum (GB) (Darshaan {GB}), dam of Group 1 winner Matterhorn (Ire) (Raven's Pass) and five further group/listed performers including G2 Dante S. hero The Foxes (Ire) (Churchill {Ire}) is in foal to Ghaiyyath (Ire); while Juddmonte consigns  Source (GB) (Kingman {GB}) (lot 782), a full-sister to Grade I-placed Masen (GB) out of a daughter of dual Grade I winner Intercontinental (GB) (Danehill) as one of their 18 lots. Cheveley Park offers Sylvia Beach (GB) (Ulysses {Ire}) (lot 178) a half-sister to multiple Group 1 winner Advertise (GB) in foal to his sire Showcasing (GB).

Tattersalls Chairman Edmond Mahony said, “The Tattersalls July Sale has an extraordinary record not only for producing high-class horses in training, but also broodmares of the very highest quality on the international stage. The dam of leading Australian 3-year-old filly Amelia's Jewel (Aus) (Siyouni {Fr}) is the latest example of the quality to be found at the sale, and this year's Tattersalls July catalogue features the usual compelling combination of well-bred fillies and in foal mares, high-class horses in training and significant consignments from leading owner-breeders, all of which look set to attract plenty of interest from domestic and international buyers alike.”

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