Tattersalls Craven Breeze-Up Catalogue Online

A 2-year-old breezes for the 2020 Craven sale | Emma Berry

The catalogue for the Tattersalls Craven Breeze-Up Sale, which features 168 juveniles to breeze on the Rowley Mile on Apr. 12 before selling at Park Paddocks on Apr. 13 and 14, is online. The Craven sale has produced 49 stakes winners in the last five years, and in addition to black-type, graduates of this year's Craven sale will be chasing two bonuses: the £250,000 Craven Royal Ascot/Group 1 Bonus, and the £15,000 Craven Breeze Up Bonus.

The catalogue includes 20 2-year-olds out of group or listed-winning mares including a Frankel (GB) colt out of G1 Prix Jean Romanet winner Ribbons (GB) (Manduro {Ger}) (lot 79) and a Dubawi colt out of Stellar Path (Fr) (Astronomer Royal) (lot 95), a Group 3 winner in France and the U.S. There are a pair of colts out of American Grade I-winning mares: a colt from the first crop of Arrogate out of American Oaks scorer Funny Moon (Malibu Moon) (lot 11), and a Union Rags son of Alabama S. winner Careless Jewel (Tapit) (lot 145).

There are siblings to 32 group or listed winners catalogued, including Siyouni half-brothers to GI Jamaica H. winner Western Aristocrat (Mr. Greeley) (lot 135) and French listed and American Grade II winner Mrs Sippy (Blame) (lot 75). Other highlights include an Aclaim (Ire) half-brother to G1 Sussex S. winner Here Comes When (Ire) (Danehill Dancer {Ire}) (lot 73); and a half-sister to the Group 2-winning and Classic-placed Laughing Lashes by American first-season sire Mastery (lot 120).

Other leading sires represented include Camelot (GB), Dark Angel (Ire), Invincible Spirit (Ire), Kingman (GB), Kodiac (GB), Le Havre (Ire), Lope De Vega (Ire), Mehmas (Ire), No Nay Never, Oasis Dream (GB), Pivotal (GB), Sea The Stars (Ire) and Showcasing (GB). Other American sires with progeny on offer include American Pharoah, Bernardini, Distorted Humor, Empire Maker, Hard Spun, Kitten's Joy, More Than Ready, Street Boss and Street Sense.

Sires with their first crops on offer comprise Aclaim, Almanzor (Fr), Ardad (GB), Caravaggio, Churchill (Ire), Cotai Glory (GB), Ectot (GB), El Kabeir, Galileo Gold (Ire), Highland Reel (Ire), Profitable (Ire), Recorder (GB), Ribchester (Ire), Time Test (GB) and Ulysses (GB), as well as the American-based Arrogate, Gormley, Mastery and Practical Joke.

“The combination of the new £250,000 Craven Royal Ascot/Group 1 Bonus and the £15,000 Craven Breeze Up Bonus makes the 2021 Tattersalls Craven Breeze Up Sale a compelling prospect for owners,” said Tattersalls Chairman Edmond Mahony. “We are committed to rewarding owners in as many innovative ways as we can and a quality Craven Breeze Up catalogue, well supported by Europe's leading breeze up consignors, as well as unprecedented bonuses provide the perfect ingredients for owners, especially in the current climate. The Tattersalls Craven Breeze Up has always been a prolific source of top-class 2-year-olds and they stand to be rewarded like never before in 2021.”

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