Australian Buyers Active at Tattersalls Horses in Training

Tara Madgwick - Tuesday October 27

The second session of the Tattersalls Horses in Training Sale is underway with Chris Waller Racing securing two high priced lots and Paul Moroney Bloodstock and partners securing another.

Desert Icon was bought by Chris Waller Racing

Set to join the Waller team is Lot 664, Desert Icon, a four year-old gelding by Sea the Stars purchased for 210,000 guineas.
 


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Also Lot 697 Crystal Pegasus, a three year-old colt by Australia for 190,000 guineas.

 



Lot 623, a three year-old Galileo colt called Keats, was bought by Armando Duarte / Ballymore Stables Australia / Paul Moroney Bloodstock for 200,000 guineas. Stakes-placed already, he is a three-quarter brother-in-blood to Champion 2YO and 3YO Churchill.

 



Lot 706, Group III winning five year-old gelding Zaki was bought by Blandford Bloodstock / Annabel Neasham Racing (P.S.) for 150,000 guineas.

The full wrap up of Day Two at the Tattersalls Horses in Training Sale will run later this morning.



 

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