NH Tattersalls Derby Horse Sale Review Day 2


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


Day 2 Horses 

  • The top lot of day 2 and the entire sale was a son of Robin Des Champs who was bought by MV Magnier for €250,000 from Redpender Stud, The three-year-old is out of multiple Gr.1 scorer Asian Maze and a very successful sire.
  • MV Magnier also bought a son of Flemensfirth from Redpender Stud for €100,000. He is out of an unraced Saddlers’ Hall half-sister to Splendour, who was a dual Gr.3 winning chaser and is also from the family of the Ladbroke Hurdle winner Atone.
  • Moanmore Stables sold a son of Network to trainer Jim Culloty for €140,000. He is out of a winning Royal Charter mare and her first foal won in France earlier this year over jumps.
  • Aiden Murphy bought a son of Shirocco for €140,000 from Mount Eaton Stud. He is the first foal out of a 4-times winning daughter of In The Wings.
  • Mount Eaton Stud also sold a son of Robin Des Champs to Aiden Murphy for €100,000. He is related to Harbour Pilot, a dual Cheltenham Gold Cup third. 
  • Aiden Murphy also paid €120,000 for a son of Flemensfirth who is out of the winning La Fisarmonica who also produced Gr.1 Cheltenham Bumper winner Joe Cullen. He was sold by Busherstown
  • Ballincurrig House Stud sold an Alhaarth gelding to Noel Meade for €97,000. He is a half-brother to the former Gr.1 Champion Hurdle winner Punjabi.
  • Henry de Bromhead bought a filly related to the Gr.1 Gold Cup winner Kicking King from Sunnyhill Stud for €100,000. She is also related to multiple Gr.2-placed Four Commanders. 
  • Rossenarra Stud sold a three-year-old daughter of Presenting to Harry Fry for €75,000. She is out of the mare Brogella, who won over hurdles at Gr.2 and Gr.3 level as well as being placed in the Gr.1 Hatton’s Grace Hurdle.
  • Ross Doyle bought a son of High Chaparral for €88,000 from Fiona McStay. He is out of the Gr.2 winning chaser Glens Music, who has also produced Gr.1 winner Glens Melody, Gr.1-placed Quietly Fancied and Listed winner Ceol Rua.