One of the things that we look at when assessing the future potential of any stallion is the presence or absence of successful sires within the first few generations of his pedigree. If his relations do include one or more horses who have done well as stallions then that does not confer any sort of guarantee on him, of course, but it does boost his prospects.
In Territories we have a classic-placed Group 1 winner who was Timeform 111p-rated at two, 123 at three, and who has two major international sires in the fourth generation of his pedigree. He stands at Dalham Hall Stud in Newmarket and there are 92 registered foals in his first crop.
His fourth dam is the Group 1 Irish Oaks heroine Helen Street (by Troy) and she is both the dam of Australian champion sire Street Cry (by Machiavellian) and grandam of prolific international Group 1 sire Shamardal (by Giant's Causeway), who stands at Kildangan Stud in Ireland.
The latter is out of Street Cry's stakes-placed full-sister Helsinki and both she and Street Cry are somewhat closely related to Taranto (by Machiavellian), the stakes-placed dam of Territories.
Their triple-winning half-sister Grecian Slipper (by Sadler's Wells) – the third dam of Territories – is the dam of Group 3 Prix de Conde scorer Graikos (by Rainbow Quest) and of Group 3 Prix de Barbeville winner Magna Graecia (by Warning), and she is the grandam of the Group 1-placed Australian Group 2 scorer Paximadia (by Commands). Magna Graecia is, in turn, Taranto's dam.
In addition to being a high-class racehorse from the family of two major sires, Territories has the attraction of being a son of leading international sire Invincible Spirit (by Green Desert), the Irish National Stud flag bearer whose stallion sons include Lawman, I Am Invincible, and a string of blacktype-siring young stallions, including 2018 freshmen Kingman and Charm Spirit.
These are all credentials that give Territories every chance of making the grade as a sire of high-class sprinters, milers and, with the right mares, some middle-distance horses. If he lives up to his potential, then he could become a classic sire.
TERRITORIES (IRE) – b.2012 – Invincible Spirit – Taranto, 3 wins inc Prix Jean Prat (Gr1), Prix de Fontainebleau (Gr3), 2nd 2000 Guineas (Gr1), Prix Jacques le Marois (Gr1), Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere Grand Criterium (Gr1), 3rd Prix Messidor (Gr3), Prix du Palais Royal (Gr3), Prix La Rochette (Gr3). Sire in England. First foals in 2018.
Chc - Aditi (by Dansili) Tattersalls December 15,000gns
Bc - Alkadi (by Oasis Dream) Tattersalls November 10,000gns
Bf - Alzanti (by Arch) Tattersalls November 16,000gns
Bc - Amarinda (by Tiger Hill) Arqana December €11,000
Bc - Antillia (by Red Ransom) Goffs November €9,000
Bc - Arbella (by Primo Dominie) Tattersalls December 25,000gns
Bc - Balance (by Pivotal) Tattersalls November 70,000gns
Bc - Baynunah (by Medaglia d'Oro) Arqana December €14,000
Bc - Bounty Star (by Fasliyev) Tattersalls November 1,000gns
Chc - Broughtons Revival (by Pivotal) Tattersalls December 55,000gns
Chf - Ceoldrama (by Mr Greeley) Goffs November not sold
Bc - Cephalonie (by Kris S) Tattersalls November 50,000gns
Bf - Crystal High (by High Chaparral) Tattersalls December not sold
Chc - Dancing Years (by Iffraaj) Goffs November €30,000
Bf - Duo De Choc (by Manduro) Arqana December not sold
Bc - Favulusa (by Dansili) Tattersalls December 35,000gns
Bc - Filona (by Motivator) Tattersalls December 45,000gns
Bc - Folly Bridge (by Avonbridge) Tattersalls December
Bf - Funday (by Daylami) Tattersalls December not sold
Bc - Gladys Cooper (by Arcano) Arqana December €20,000
Chc - Gone Sailing (by Mizzen Mast) Tattersalls November 31,000gns
Bc - Imperialistic (by Imperial Ballet) Tattersalls December withdrawn
Chf - India Spirit (by Dr Fong) Tattersalls November withdrawn
Bc - Kotsi (by Nayef) Tattersalls December 52,000gns
Bc - Lorient (by Champs Elysees) Arqana December €68,000
Chc - Luminda (by Danehill) Tattersalls November 50,000gns
Bc - More Is To Come (by War Front) Tattersalls December not sold
Bc - Never Lose (by Diktat) Tattersalls November 15,000gns
Bc - Polka Dot (by Galileo) Goffs November not sold
Bf - Postage Stampe (by Singspiel) Tattersalls December 800gns
Bc - Quiritis (by Galileo) Tattersalls November 57,000gns
Bc - Rotunda (by Pivotal) Tattersalls December not sold
Bf - Satulagi (by Officer) Tattersalls November withdrawn
Chc - Sell Out (by Act One) Tattersalls November 40,000gns
Bf - Sibling Honour (by Bernardini) Goffs November withdrawn
Bf - Summer Moon (by Elusive City) Arqana December €14,000 (p/s)
Bf - Sweet Wind Music (by Zamindar) Tattersalls December withdrawn
Bf - Texalova (by Dream Ahead) Arqana December withdrawn
Chc - Timely Words (by Galileo) Tattersalls November not sold
Bc - Veenwouden (by Desert Prince) Goffs UK December not sold
Bf - Vereri Senes (by Nayef) Tattersalls December withdrawn
Bf - Vintage Gardenia (by Selkirk) Tattersalls November not sold
Bc - Western Pearl (by High Chaparral) Tattersalls December 14,000gns
Bc - Zeyran (by Galileo) Tattersalls December 38,000gns
The early Invincible Spirit (by Green Desert) stallions include classic sire Lawman, Group 1 sire I Am Invincible and and several others who have sired stakes winners, notably 2018 freshman sires Kingman and Charm Spirit, which augurs well for the prospects of the increasing number of his sons who are taking up stud roles.
Shalaa was one of the star juveniles of 2015, a dual Group 1 winner over six furlongs, rated 123p by Timeform and looking every inch a potential Group 1 Commonwealth Cup hero of 2016. Sadly, he missed a full year off the track.
His return to action was a winning one, but although he was sent off joint-favourite for the Group 1 Qipco British Champions Sprint Stakes on what was to be his final start, that outing came just two weeks later. American commentators talk of a 'bounce' effect, where the second run back after a lengthy absence can be disappointing, and that may have been a factor.
It would have been fun to see Shalaa race as a four-year-old but, instead, he joined the team at Haras de Bouquetot in France and his first book of mares included the dual Group 1 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe heroine Treve, whose daughter is one of 103 registered foals for him in 2018.
The best of several winners out of Grade 3-placed Ghurra (by War Chant), he is out of a half-sister to the Group 1 Middle Park Stakes winner Hayil (by Dayjur), to a string of blacktype earners and also to Abyat (by Shadeed), a mare whose Group 2-winning grandson Dragon Pulse (by Kyllachy) has sired a lot of mostly minor winners and just three blacktype scorers from his early crops.
Shalaa's grandam is the speedy stakes-placed winner Futuh (by Diesis) and that mare is a half-sister to the stakes-winning dam of dual Grade 1 scorer Wild Rush (by Wild Again), sire of the multiple Grade 1 stars Dream Rush, Hollywood Story, Stellar Jayne and Transcend, and of triple Canadian champion Judiths Wild Rush, among others of note.
There are many other stakes and graded winners to be found in the branches of the third generation of the family, but more eye-catching is the inbreeding in his pedigree.
The 3x3 to Danzig (by Northern Dancer) is easily apparent, but the broodmare sires of his parents are the full-brothers Kris and Diesis, thereby making him inbred 4x4 to Sharpen Up (by Atan) and to Doubly Sure (by Reliance). Sir Gaylord (by Turn-To) appears twice in the fifth generation, which is far back and will be off the chart of any of his progeny.
It is not possible to know if that will have any meaningful effect on his prospects as a stallion, although it does make it likely that quite a few of his offspring will also show some inbreeding within the first four generations of their pedigrees. Shalaa looks a likely source of high-class sprinters and milers, with some who stay 10 furlongs.
SHALAA (IRE) – b.2013 – Invincible Spirit – Ghurra, 6 wins inc Prix Morny (Gr1), Middle Park Stakes (Gr1), July Stakes (Gr2), Richmond Stakes (Gr2), Bengough Stakes (Gr3). Sire in France. First foals in 2018.
Bf - Al Mas (by King's Best) Arqana December not sold
Bc - Aquamerica (by Lonhro) Arqana December withdrawn
Bc - Besotted (by Dutch Art) Tattersalls November 185,000gns
Bf - Elizabelle (by Westerner) Tattersalls November not sold
Bc - Fascination (by Galileo) Goffs November withdrawn
Bf - Full Mandate (by Acclamation) Tattersalls November 160,000gns
Bc - Gaazaal (by Iffraaj) Goffs November not sold
Bc - Hat (by Hat Trick) Goffs November €125,000
Bf - Holy Freud (by Freud) Goffs November €90,000
Bc - Inner Sea (by Henrythenavigator) Tattersalls November 25,000gns
Bf - Janine’s Approval (by Approve) Tattersalls November 68,000gns
Bc - La Pedrera (by Danehill Dancer) Arqana December €110,000
Bc - Las Brisas (by Shamardal) Goffs November €50,000
Bc - Last Tango (by Peintre Celebre) Tattersalls November 100,000gns
Bf - Luna Tune (by Green Tune) Arqana December €26,000
Bc - Maredska (by Footstepsinthesand) Arqana December not sold
Bc - Mathool (by Alhaarth) Goffs November €30,000 (p/s)
Bc - Mistress Greeley (by Mr Greeley) Arqana December €45,000
Bf - Mystic Image (by Distorted Humor) Tattersalls November 40,000gns
Bc - Perle Noire (by King's Best) Arqana December not sold
Bc - Present Danger (by Cadeaux Genereux) Tattersalls November 50,000gns
Bf - Rakiza (by Elnadim) Tattersalls November 130,000gns
Bf - Sarlisa (by Rainbow Quest) Tattersalls November not sold
Bf - Senderlea (by Giant's Causeway) Arqana December not sold
Bc - Seven Magicians (by Silver Hawk) Tattersalls November 25,000gns
Bc - Shim Sham (by Danehill Dancer) Goffs November not sold
Bf - Snowy Amour (by Azamour) Arqana December €40,000
Bc - Souville (by Dalakhani) Tattersalls November 50,000gns
Bc - Summer Collection (by Teofilo) Tattersalls November 240,000gns
Life Force began his stallion career at Moortown Stud in Co Wexford and has 15 registered foals in his first crop. He did not race but he is a son of leading international sire Invincible Spirit (by Green Desert), a horse who stallion sons include the Group 1 sires Lawman and I Am Invincible.
They also include Vale Of York and that juvenile Grade 1 winner, who stands at Haras Des Faunes in France, is a full-brother to Life Force. His early runners include the juvenile pattern scorers Afandem and Fontanelice.
The pair are out of Red Vale (by Halling) and their dam is an unraced half-sister to the US Grade 3 scorer Uraib (by Mark Of Esteem). Their grandam is Hamsaat (by Sadler's Wells), who is a winning full-sister to the Group 2 Tattersalls Gold Cup and Group 2 Prince of Wales's Stakes star Batshoof, and the next dam is Steel Habit (by Habitat), a winning full-sister to two horses of note.
Her full-brother Ancestral won the Group 3 Railway Stakes, Group 3 McCairns Trial Stakes and Grade 3 San Diego Handicap, and her full-sister Zummerudd is the dam of Group 1 2000 Guineas and Group 1 National Stakes hero and successful sire King Of Kings (by Sadler's Wells).
His Group 2 Prix Robert Papin-winning half-brother General Monash (by Thorn Dance) also sired winners and blacktype horses, his full-sister Lucky won the Group 3 Athasi Stakes, another one, Amethyst, was runner-up in the Group 1 Irish 2000 Guineas, and his siblings also include Furajet (by The Minstrel).
Although being by a Derby hero, she was a sprinter and she earned her blacktype when placed in each of the Group 3 Palace House Stakes, Group 3 Queen Mary Stakes and Listed Trafalgar House Sprint Stakes. What makes her notable here, however, is that her star son, the Group 1-placed Group 2-winning miler China Visit (by Red Ransom), went on to be a leading sire in India.
Life Force (IRE) – b.2011 – Invincible Spirit – Red Vale, unraced. Sire in Ireland. First foals in 2018.
Bc - Busy Bimbo (by Red Clubs) Goffs November not sold
The early stallion sons of Invincible Spirit (by Green Desert) include the Group 1 sires Lawman and I Am Invincible and that augurs well for the future prospects of the younger representatives of the Irish National Stud's flag bearer. Rathbarry Stud recruit Ajaya is one of them. It appears, however, that he may have just one crop.
He was among the leading sprint juveniles of 2015, rated 117 by Timeform and winner of the Group 2 Gimcrack Stakes at York, beating subsequent mile star Ribchester by one and a quarter lengths. That victory came a month after he failed by just a head to beat Gutaifan in the Group 2 Prix Robert Papin at Maisons-Laffitte and a month before he finished fourth to Shalaa in the Group 1 Middle Park Stakes at Newmarket.
Ajaya ran only twice as a three-year-old, finishing unplaced behind Quiet Reflection in the Group 2 Sandy Lane Stakes and behind Take Cover in the Group 2 King George Stakes, which was disappointing given the promise he showed as a juvenile.
The first foal of his dam, Ajaya is out of Nessina (by Hennessy), who is an unraced daughter of the Grade 1-placed Grade 2 Dahlia Handicap scorer Didina (by Nashwan). That mare is the dam of two stakes winners and the better of that pair was Tantina (by Distant View), a pattern-placed dual stakes winner in England.
She won the Listed Oak Tree Stakes and the Listed Sceptre Stakes, she was third in the Group 3 Supreme Stakes, and she has done even better at stud as she is the dam of Cityscape (by Selkirk) and Bated Breath (by Dansili) and grandam of the Grade 1-placed Grade 3 scorer Suffused (by Champs Elysees).
Cityscape won the Group 1 Dubai Duty Free Stakes, was placed in a string of Group 1 contests, and has sired blacktype winners in his first crop of three-year-olds. Bated Breath won the Group 2 Temple Stakes, he was runner-up in the Group 1 July Cup, Group 1 King's Stand Stakes and Group 1 Sprint Cup, also has blacktype winners to his name.
Didicoy (by Danzig), who is the third dam of Ajaya, was a speedy blacktype-placed triple winner, she was out of the Group 3 Ballyogan Stakes winner and Group 1 Phoenix Stakes runner-up Monroe (by Sir Ivor), and that made her a half-sister to the Group 1 star and juvenile champion Xaar (by Zafonic). Her sisters' descendants include the US Grade 1 stars Close Hatches (by First Defense) and Senure (by Nureyev).
This is, of course, the famous Best In Show (by Traffic Judge) family from which leading sires such as El Gran Senor and Redoute's Choice have emerged. Their relationship to Ajaya is remote. He is inbred 3x4 to Danzig (by Northern Dancer), has 30 foals in his first crop, and looks likely to get sprinters and milers. Each of the 19 mares he received in 2018 was double-covered and he is not on the roster for 2019.
AJAYA (GB) – b.2013 – Invincible Spirit – Nessina, 2 wins inc Gimcrack Stakes (Gr2), 2nd Prix Robert Papin (Gr2). Sire in Ireland. First foals in 2018.
Bc - Belgique (by Compton Place) Goffs November not sold
Brc - Buredyma (by Dutch Art) Tattersalls November 800gns
Chc - Carpet Lady (by Night Shift) Goffs November €5,000
Bf - Fol O’Yasmine (by Dubawi) Tattersalls November 1,000gns
Bf - Forever More (by Galileo) Goffs November withdrawn
Bf - Impressionism (by Elusive Quality) Tattersalls November not sold
Bf - Manaaber (by Medicean) Tattersalls November 800gns
Bc - Missy O’ Gwaun (by King’s Best) Tattersalls November 6,000gns
Chf - Paradise Sea (by Stormy Atlantic) Tattersalls November not sold
Bf - Sensiz (by Marju) Tattersalls November not sold
Bc - Tifawt (by High Chaparral) Tatts IRE November not sold
Bc - Veneration (by Dalakhani) Goffs November withdrawn
Bc - Woodland Scene (by Act One) Tattersalls November 800gns
Bc - Yellow Elder (by Bering) Tatts IRE November €800
Nothing is guaranteed in this business, but there can be no doubt that Kingman is one of the most exciting horses to have gone to stud in recent decades. Horses such as Sadler's Wells, Galileo and Sea The Stars had such obvious potential when they began their stallion careers, and although Kingman has a monumental task ahead of him to join that elite trio, it is hard to imagine him failing to get winners at the highest levels.
He was a brilliant racehorse, a Timeform 134-rated champion and classic star, a high-class two-year-old who went on to win four Group 1s over a mile, and he has covered an outstanding first book of 143 mares at Banstead Manor Stud.
What makes him such an exciting prospect is that all of this is backed up by a stallion's pedigree.
He is a son of the Group 1-winning sprinter Invincible Spirit (by Green Desert), whose early stallion sons include the Group 1-siring horses Lawman and I Am Invincible, and he is out of Zenda (by Zamindar), the Group 1 Poule d'Essai des Pouliches (French 1000 Guineas) winning half-sister to the triple Group 1 star and outstanding stallion Oasis Dream (by Green Desert).
Their dam, Hope (by Dancing Brave), is an unraced full-sister to the Group 1 Irish Oaks heroine Wemyss Bight and her offspring include the four-times Group/Grade 1 star Beat Hollow (by Sadler's Wells), a sire of top-level winners on the flat and under National Hunt rules. Hope's siblings also include the dam of Group 1-winning stayer Reefscape (by Linamix), of Group 2 scorers Bellamy Cay (by Kris), Coastal Path (by Halling) and Martaline (by Linamix).
Bahamian (by Mill Reef), the Group 2 Prix de Pomone runner-up and Listed Oaks Trial scorer who is the third dam of Kingman, is also the third dam of the recent Group 2 Prix Chaudennay scorer Doha Dream (by Shamardal) and of New Bay (by Dubawi), another potential sire of note whenever he takes up his stallion role.
New Bay won the Group 1 Prix du Jockey Club (French Derby) and Group 2 Prix Guillaume d'Ornano last year, he chased home Make Believe in the Group 1 Poule d'Essai des Poulains (French 2000 Guineas) and was third to Golden Horn in the Group 1 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe. In 2016 he has added an odds-on success in the Group 3 Prix Gontaut Biron and he finished fourth to Almanzor in that vintage edition of the Group 1 Irish Champion Stakes at Leopardstown.
This famous Juddmonte family is one of the strongest in the stud book. It has already given us an elite stallion in Oasis Dream, and with Kingman being so closely related to that Banstead Manor Stud standout, there is every reason to hope that he too can become one of the best sires in Europe.
KINGMAN (GB) – b.2011 – Invincible Spirit – Zenda, 7 wins inc Prix Jacques le Marois (Gr1), Sussex Stakes (Gr1), Irish 2000 Guineas (Gr1), St James's Palace Stakes (Gr1), Greenham Stakes (Gr3), Solario Stakes (Gr3), 2nd 2000 Guineas (Gr1). Sire in England. First foals in 2016.
FOALS CATALOGUED (updated)
bc – Anna's Rock (by Rock of Gibraltar) Goffs Nov €320,000
bc – Go Lovely Rose (by Pivotal) Tattersalls Nov 180,000gns
bf – Justlookdontouch (by Galileo) Tattersalls Nov withdrawn
bc – Liberally (by Statue of Liberty) Tattersalls Nov not sold
bf – Lovely Blossom (by Spinning World) Tattersalls Nov 180,000gns
bf – Our Little Secret (by Rossini) Tattersalls Nov 135,000gns
bc – Parisi (by Rahy) Tattersalls Nov 60,000gns
bc – Please Sing (by Royal Applause) Tattersalls Nov not sold
bf – State Treasure (by Mineshaft) Tattersalls Nov 75,000gns
The Green Desert branch of the Danzig (by Northern Dancer) sire line has become one of the strongest in Europe and in Charm Spirit it has a Timeform 127-rated triple Group 1 mile star who comes from a famous sire-producing family. He covered 138 mares in his first season at Tweenhills Farm & Stud, he stood the 2016 season at Haras de Bonneval in France, and he is an exciting prospect.
Charm Spirit was a Group 1-placed winner from three starts as a juvenile and his only defeat from six starts at three was his fifth-place finish in a vintage edition of the Group 1 2000 Guineas at Newmarket. Remarkably, he was not his sire's best son that year as that honour went to the four-times Group 1 star Kingman, and that Timeform 134-rated champion also has his first foals now.
Invincible Spirit (by Green Desert) won the Group 1 Sprint Cup at Haydock and he was not a particularly highly-rated horse for a winner at that level, assessed by Timeform at just 121. As a stallion, however, he has been outstanding and in addition to his long and growing list of top-level winners, he is also excelling with his early stallion sons and broodmare daughters.
I Am Invincible, whose Group 1-winning son Brazen Beau will have his first foals in 2017, added to his tally with Saturday's Group 1 Myer Classic scorer I Am A Star, over a mile at Flemington, and Ballylinch Stud's classic star Lawman was represented by another classic winner when his son Harbour Law won the Group 1 St Leger at Doncaster last month.
Vale Of York has sired stakes winners, Zebedee is the sire of the high-class sprinter Magical Memory, and Cheveley Park Stud's Group 1-winning sprinter Mayson is one of the leading freshman sires of 2016 with three individual stakes winners among seven blacktype-earning progeny. All of this augurs well for Charm Spirit, Kingman and the other Invincible Spirit colts going to stud now and in the future.
Charm Spirit is the first foal out of the dual French winner L'Enjoleuse (by Montjeu) and that half-sister to Group 3-placed filly Megac Bliss (by Soviet Star) is out of Machaera (by Machiavellian), an unraced half-sister to four stakes winners. One of those was the Group 2 Mill Reef Stakes winner Russian Bond (by Danzig) and another was his Group 2 Temple Stakes-winning full-brother Snaadee, who achieved some success at stud without making an impact.
Their half-sister Sombreffe (by Polish Precedent) did her bit for the family by coming up with the classic-placed German Group 1 scorer Ransom O'War (by Red Ransom), but it is in the fourth generation of the family that you start to find the biggest names in this clan's roll of honour.
The fourth dam of Charm Spirit is the prolific Ciboulette (by Chop Chop) and this means that Somfas (by What A Pleasure), his third dam, was a half-sister to the champion filly and hugely influential broodmare Fanfreluche (by Northern Dancer) and to that star’s full-brother Night Shift, a leading sire whose Group 1 tally included classic winners.
Those who descend from Fanfreluche are distantly related to Charm Spirit, but when you have top stallions such as Flying Spur (by Danehill), Encosta De Lago (by Fairy King) and Holy Roman Emperor (by Danehill) among them, along with others who have had varying levels of success as sires, then that offers hope that their younger relation can also do well in his new role. Depending on the mares, the best of his offspring are likely to effective in the six to 10-furlong range.
CHARM SPIRIT (IRE) – b.2011 – Invincible Spirit – L'Enjoleuse, 6 wins inc Queen Elizabeth II Stakes (Gr1), Prix du Moulin de Longchamp (Gr1), Prix Jean Prat (Gr1), Prix Paul de Moussac (Gr3), Prix Djebel (Gr3), 3rd Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere – Grand Criterium (Gr1). Sire in England & France. First foals in 2016.
FOALS CATALOGUED (updated)
bf – Air Biscuit (by Galileo) Tattersalls Nov 30,000gns
bc – Aqraan (by In The Wings) Goffs Nov €30,000
bc – B Berry Brandy (by Event of The Year) Tattersalls Nov 45,000gns
bf – Bijou A Moi (by Rainbow Quest) Tattersalls Nov 85,000gns
bf – Bryanstown (by Galileo) Tattersalls Nov 21,000gns
bc – Buredyma (by Dutch Art) Tattersalls Nov 38,000gns
bc – Child Bride (by Coronado's Quest) Tattersalls Nov 75,000gns
bf – Czama Roza (by Polish Precedent) Tattersalls Nov 65,000gns
grc – Dabista (by Highest Honor) Goffs Nov €100,000
bc – Dame Lucy (by Refuse To Bend) Goffs Nov €30,000
bf – Eastern Lily (by Eastern Echo) Tattersalls Nov (p/s) 35,000gns
bf – Elusive Pearl (by Medaglia d'Oro) Tattersalls Nov 15,000gns
bf – Fairy Efisio (by Efisio) Tattersalls Nov 48,000gns
bc – Four Eleven (by Arch) Goffs Nov not sold
bf – Garanciere (by Anabaa) Tattersalls Nov 40,000gns
bc – Harryana (by Efisio) Tattersalls Nov 90,000gns
bc – Hokkaido (by Street Cry) Tattersalls Nov not sold
bf – Indignant (by Gold Away) Tattersalls Nov 30,000gns
bc – Kite Mark (by Mark of Esteem) Tattersalls Nov 43,000gns
bc – Ma Bella Paola (by Naaqoos) Tattersalls Nov not sold
bc – Marika (by Marju) Tattersalls Nov 80,000gns
bc – Miss Meltemi (by Miswaki Tern) Tattersalls Nov 82,000gns
bf – Navajo Rainbow (by Rainbow Quest) Tattersalls Nov not sold
bc – Nickels And Dimes (by Teofilo) Goffs Nov €68,000
bc – Pearlofthequarter (by Rock of Gibraltar) Tattersalls Nov not sold
bc – Postale (by Zamindar) Tattersalls Nov 140,000gns
bc – Sassy Gal (by King's Best) Tattersalls Nov 37,000gns
bc - Save Me The Waltz (by Halling) Arqana Dec €48,000
bc – Shuttle Mission (by Sadler's Wells) Tattersalls Nov 33,000gns
bf – Silent Act (by Theatrical) Tattersalls Nov withdrawn
bc – Tawaasul (by Haafhd) Tattersalls Nov 37,000gns
bc – Thankful (by Diesis) Tattersalls Nov 110,000gns
bc – Vintage Gardenia (by Selkirk) Tattersalls Nov 15,000gns
bf – Water Fountain (by Mark of Esteem) Tattersalls Nov withdrawn
Sires of Stallions