Newmarket July Flat Horse Sales Review Day 2


Horse Sale Review from Tattersalls in Newmarket with the main horses, buyers and sellers. 


Day 2 Horses 

  • The John Murphy-owned and trained Durand was the top lot on Day 2 as he was sold for 260,000gns to Ibrahim Al-Malki. The son of Motivator had ran twice and broke the track record at Roscommon over ten furlongs on his last run.
  • The Aga Khan sold, Zarkiyr, who is a son of Acclamation and the mare Zarkalia, to top Qatar trainer Gassim Ghazali for 200,000gns. The three-year-old had won recently at Tipperary on firm ground for trainer Michael Halford.
  • Another Qatar trainer, Abdulaziz Al Boenain bought Seamless from Juddmonte for 100,000gns. The three-year-old son of Beat Hollow was placed in four of his seven races and won over ten furlongs recently for trainer Charlie Hills. He is also out of the Listed-winning mare Fashionable.
  • A four-year-old half-brother to Gr.1 Prince of Wales’s Stakes winner Byword, called Navarre, was sold by Juddmonte Farms to Lincoln Collins of Kern Lillingston for 52,000gns. He has been placed on a number of occasions without winning but is a full brother to US Gr.1 winner victress Proviso.
  • Richard Fahey sold a two-year-old son of Kodiac called Peter Mac to Qatar based Hussain Ali Bukannan for 95,000gns. He had won on his 2 runs over 5 furlongs in the UK recently. 
  • Agent Mags O’Toole bought The Plan Man for 42,000gns from Andy Oliver’s Stragrane House Stables. He is a by Jeremy and is out of Sanfrancullinan who is a half-sister to In The Forge, a useful bumper and hurdles horse including being placed in the Gr.1 Punchestown Champion Hurdle. He will now be trained by Noel Meade to go hurdling as he was second on soft ground on his racecourse debut.
  • Finally, David Simcock sold the Gr.2 winner Red Duke to Jane Chapple-Hyam for 40,000gns and will likley be racing in South Africa as he was bought for Form Bloodstock.