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The first yearlings by Tamayuz are selling well, including a €220,000 filly



Tamayuz filly tops Goffs foal trade at €220,000

A pair of outstanding fillies lit up proceedings when following each other into the ring. The first of these was a first crop representative of Tamayuz out of the Con Collins-trained Moyglare Stakes heroine Chelsea Rose.

From Airlie Stud, she quickly reached €100,000 and at a sale topping €220,000, the hammer eventually came down in favour of Stephen Collins who was acting on behalf ofSheikh Hamdan's Shadwell Estates.

Adrian Nicoll was underbidder on that foal but moments later came out on top for a superb Galileo filly from Owenstown Stud. The filly is the first foal out of Frances Crowley’s dual Group 3winner and dual Listed scorer Cheyenne Star.

Meanwhile, John Ferguson was  again to the fore when giving €150,000 for a half-brother to this season’s exciting juvenile Dubai Prince who marked himself out asa live contender for Classic glory with a smooth success for Dermot Weld in the Killvaullan Stakes at Leopardstown last month.

From Bill Dwan’s Castlebridge Consignment, and bred by Eithne Hamilton, the colt hails from the second crop of the Derby-winning Darley sire Authorized.




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