Tattersalls August Catalogue Released Online

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The catalogue for the Tattersalls August Sale, which takes place on August 31, is now online and can be viewed at www.tattersalls.com. 

A total of 360 lots will be on offer, comprising 246 colts and geldings in and out of training and 107 fillies in and out of training as well as six broodmares.

This year's edition of the Tattersalls August Sale has attracted consignments from many of the world's foremost owners and breeders, including drafts from Godolphin and Juddmonte Farms, as well as many of the UK and Ireland's leading trainers.

Highlights of the catalogue include the three-year-old filly Rolling The Dice (Ire) (Mehmas {Ire}), who was third in the Group 2 May Hill S. as a two-year-old and who comes from a deep Juddmonte family and Jessica Harrington's G3 Boomerang S. winner Real Appeal (Ger) (Sidestep {Aus}). Group 3 Amethyst S. winner Pretreville (Fr) (Acclamation {GB}) was also purchased at the Tattersalls August Sale for 95,000 gns.

Tattersalls Chairman Edmond Mahony said, “The Tattersalls August Sale was introduced for the first time in 2020 in response to COVID-related circumstances, but the enthusiasm for the sale from both vendors and purchasers over the last two years has made it an easy decision to make it a permanent fixture.”

He added, “We are delighted to catalogue 360 lots that will appeal to a wide cross section of buyers, both domestic and further afield. The slightly reduced catalogue size also means that the sale will be able to take place on just one day, Wednesday 31st August.”

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