Tattersalls Unveils Star-Studded Book 1 Catalogue

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Mogul selling for 3.4-million gns at Book 1 in 2018. His full-sister will be offered this year | Tattersalls

A daughter of Newsells Park Stud's star producer Shastye (Ire) (Danehill) is among the 19 yearlings by Galileo (Ire) set to be offered at Book 1 of the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale from Oct. 6 to 8, for which the catalogue was unveiled on Wednesday. The bay filly (lot 436)-a full-sister to dual Group 1 winner Japan (GB) and group winners Mogul (GB) and Sir Isaac Newton (GB) and a half to G2 Middleton S. victress Secret Gesture (GB) and Australian listed winner Maurus (GB)-is the first filly out of Shastye to be offered as a yearling since 2016, when another daughter of Galileo fetched 1.35-million gns.

Other offerings by the perennial champion sire set for the sale include a full-sister to dual Classic winner Capri (Ire) (lot 122); a half-brother to dual Group 1-winning juvenile and promising young sire Shalaa (Ire) (lot 178); a colt out of Classic winner Sky Lantern (Ire) (Red Clubs {Ire}) (lot 444) and a filly out of stakes producer Wannabe Better (Ire) (Duke of Marmalade {Ire}) (lot 520), whose fillies the last two years have made 1.2-million gns and 500,000gns. Young stakes-winning mares with their first foals by Galileo include G3 Prix Imprudence winner and multiple Group 1-placed sprinter/miler Spectre (Fr), who has a colt (lot 454); multiple American graded stakes winner Prize Exhibit (GB), who has a filly (lot 374); and Australian Group 3 winner Dawn Wall (Aus), who also has a filly (lot 117).

Dubawi (Ire) has provided the sale-topping yearlings here the last two years and on paper he has every chance to maintain that reign. His 20 catalogued include a colt out of champion and King George and Arc winner Danedream (Ger) (Lomitas {GB}) (lot 112); a colt out of the Classic-placed Jacqueline Quest (Ire) who is a full-brother to this year's Royal Ascot winner Onassis (Ire) and a half to GI Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf victor Line Of Duty (Ire) (Galileo {Ire}) (lot 229); a half-brother to G1 Investec Oaks victress Qualify (Ire) (Fastnet Rock {Aus}) (lot 356); a filly out of Group 1 winner and young stakes producer Seal Of Approval (GB) (lot 422); a half-sister to G1 Deutsches Derby winners Windstoss (Ger) (Shirocco {Ger}) and Weltstar (Ger) (Soldier Hollow {GB}) (lot 524) and the first foal, a colt, out of G1 Moyglare Stud S. winner Intricately (Ire) (lot 225).

Frankel (GB)'s blueblooded lineup of 32 includes a full-brother to his dual group winner Elarqam (GB) (lot 41); a filly out of the G1 Moyglare Stud S. winner Cursory Glance (Distorted Humor) (lot 108); a half-sister to champion Golden Horn (GB) (Cape Cross {Ire}) and the stakes-winning Eastern Belle (GB) (Champs Elysees {GB}) (lot 162); a half-brother to dual Group 1-winning sprinter Marsha (Ire) (Acclamation {GB}) and dual Group 3 winner Judicial (Ire) (Iffraaj {GB}) (lot 295) and a half-sister to this year's G1 Irish Derby and G2 Queen's Vase scorer Santiago (Ire) (Authorized {Ire}) (lot 516).

Frankel's Banstead Manor studmate Kingman (GB) is coming off a stellar weekend in Europe and the U.S. and his 21 on offer include a half-brother to G1 2000 Guineas and G1 St James's Palace S. winner Galileo Gold (GB) (Paco Boy {Ire}) (lot 174) and a plethora of others out of young, stakes-winning mares.

The Tattersalls October Book 1 catalogue boasts the siblings to 53 Classic and Group 1 winners. Those include a half-brother to last weekend's G1 Prix Jacques le Marois winner and leading European 3-year-old Palace Pier (GB) from the first crop of Highland Reel (Ire) (lot 55); a Dark Angel (Ire) half-brother to G1 Poule d'Essai des Pouliches scorer Beauty Parlour (GB) (lot 52); a Muhaarar (GB) colt out of G1 Prix de l'Opera victress Zee Zee Top (GB), and therefore a half-brother to dual Group 1 winner Izzi Top (GB) (lot 5); a Siyouni (Fr) half-brother to last year's G1 2000 Guineas winner Magna Grecia (Ire) and a full-brother to a colt that made 1.3-million gns last year (lot 74); a Camelot (GB) half-brother to champion stayer Order Of St George (Ire) (lot 28) and a Zoffany (Ire) half-sister to this year's G1 Commonwealth Cup winner Golden Horde (Ire) (lot 148). G1 Investec Oaks winner Talent (GB) has a colt by Sea The Stars (Ire) (lot 480), while the Waddesdon Stud dispersal continues with the likes of an Almanzor (Fr) filly out of dual Grade I winner Angara (GB) (lot 24) and a daughter of Le Havre (Ire) out of Group 1 winner and dual stakes producer Spinning Queen (GB) (lot 455).

First-crop sires with progeny on offer, in addition to the aforementioned Highland Reel and Almanzor, will include Aclaim (GB), Caravaggio (Ire), Churchill (Ire), Decorated Knight (GB), Galileo Gold (Ire), Postponed (Ire), Profitable (Ire), Ribchester (Ire) and Ulysses (Ire). Proven American sires represented include American Pharoah, Constitution, Curlin, Distorted Humor, Kitten's Joy, More Than Ready and War Front. The catalogue also includes the only yearling from the first crop of the late American Horse of the Year Arrogate to be offered in Europe this year.

“Graduates of Book 1 of the October Yearling Sale have enjoyed another stellar year with the likes of this year's dual Group 1 winner Palace Pier and outstanding global stars Newspaperofrecord and Russian Camelot flying the flag throughout the world,” said Tattersalls Chairman Edmond Mahony. “The international achievements of Book 1 purchases at the highest level have yet again demonstrated the uniquely global appeal of Europe's premier yearling sale and this year's catalogue is yet another in a long sequence of truly exceptional Book 1 catalogues. We have an extraordinary number of yearlings by the very best of an outstanding cast of European sires and, crucially for buyers at every level of Book 1, all 547 Book 1 yearlings can reward owners with the lucrative prize money offered through the £20,000 Tattersalls October Book 1 Bonus scheme. While the prize money for the hugely popular Book 1 Bonus Scheme has been slightly reduced in these uncertain times, it still remains uniquely rewarding and a significant number of the fillies in October Book 1 will also be eligible for the recently introduced Great British Bonus scheme.”

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