Top Trainers Enter Lots For Next ThoroughBid Auction


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Trainers Joseph O'Brien, Henry de Bromhead and Ralph Beckett are each set to be represented in the next auction on the ThoroughBid platform set for 22 July.

O'Brien has consigned four lots to the sale, including Zofast (Ire) (Zoffany {Ire}), an unraced half-sister to a pair of multiple winners, as well as Flash Bulb (Ire) (Camelot {GB}), a latest third over 9 1/2 furlongs at Gowran Park June 12. Also in the Carriganog consignment is Cork maiden winner Ghasham (Ire) (Churchill {Ire}).

The Roger Brookhouse-owned and Henry de Bromhead-trained nine-year-old Arahecan (Ire) (Arakan), twice a winner over fences, is amongst the 13 lots, while this year's G1 Falmouth S. winning trainer Beckett brings two geldings to the party in Sweeping Statement (Ire) (Estidhkaar {Ire}) and Postmark (GB) (Postponed {Ire}). The former is a 4-year-old with an official rating of 76, while the latter is a 3-year-old winner having won on his latest start at Ffos Las at the beginning of the month.

Bidding will begin Friday 22 July from 9am.

James Richardson, CEO of ThoroughBid, said: “It's always great to see returning customers who have enjoyed their experience with us and there's more than a few coming back for the Midsummer Sale.

“To have trainers of the calibre of Henry de Bromhead, Joseph O'Brien and Ralph Beckett entering horses is fantastic and it promises to be another really exciting sale with some interesting and potentially unexposed lots up for grabs.”

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