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320,000gns Kodiac filly and strong average for Inns Of Court highlights successful Tatts Book 2

Many thanks to everyone who supported us at Book 2 of the Tattersalls October Sale this week. We were delighted to end the sale as leading vendor and we wish everyone the best of luck with their purchases - we look forward to seeing what they can achieve on the track.

Our draft was led by the Kodiac sister to this season's high-class two-year-old Indestructible out of Shareva, for whom Cheveley Park Stud paid 320,000gns.

“She is a nice, athletic filly from a very happening family,” said Chris Richardson, managing director of Cheveley Park Stud. “We are looking for a couple of sharper types this week, so we are delighted to have got her."

She was one of four six-figure lots of the sale for Kodiac, a group which also included our half-sister to The Mackem Bullet, who made 150,000gns to Charlie Gordon-Watson, and our colt out of Intaglia, who sold for 150,000gns to John Foote and Mick Price.

Our Mehmas filly out of Speed Freak was the highlight of the week for her sire, selling for 220,000gns to Shadwell Estates. With seven six-figure lots to his credit, Mehmas ended the sale with an average of 98,923gns - off a 2020 fee of €7,500!

A fine autumn for our first-crop sire Inns Of Court continued as he went on to return a sale average of 53,364gns for 11 sold, enhanced by the sale of our half-brother to Glounthaune out of Khaimah who made 105,000gns to Dwayne Woods (pictured below).

Charlie Gordon-Watson, SackvilleDonald, Hubie de Burgh, Peter and Ross Doyle and Rabbah Bloodstock were other high-profile buyers to give Inns Of Court the seal of approval.

With the sale of the Khaimah colt in the books, Inns Of Court now boasts seven six-figure yearlings out of his first crop overall.

Kessaar also enjoyed a good result as sire of our daughter of stakes producer Rajmahal, who sold for 155,000gns to Ted Durcan while Cotai Glory's sole yearling catalogued, our filly out of Chilly Morning, made 75,000gns to Peter and Ross Doyle.



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