10/03/2014 1:15PM

Tattersalls autumn horses in training catalog now online


The catalog for the 2014 Tattersalls autumn horses in training sale is now available online via the auction company’s website.

The four-day sale will be held Oct. 27-30 in Newmarket, England, beginning at 9:30 a.m. GMT. A total of 1,539 horses have been cataloged for the auction, including 37 group and listed stakes winners. 

The roster of notable horses to be offered includes Bayrir, winner of the Grade 1 Secretariat Stakes at Arlington Park in 2012. Bred in France by the Aga Khan, the 5-year-old son of Medicean has won four of 17 lifetime starts racing in Australia, England, France, Hong Kong, and the U.S. for earnings of $553,883.

In addition to his Secretariat win, Bayrir has won the Group 2 Prix Eugene Adam-Grand Prix de Maisons-Laffitte in France, and he is stakes-placed in Australia. He is consigned by trainer Marco Botti’s Prestige Place.

Also entered in the sale is Krypton Factor, who is best known for winning the Group 1 Dubai Golden Shaheen during the 2012 Dubai World Cup card.

The six-year-old gelded son of Kyllachy has won nine of 35 starts racing in England, Singapore, and the U.A.E. for lifetime earnings of $1,961,657. He won an additional Group 3 race at Meydan, and is Group 1-placed in England. Krypton Factor will be sent through the ring by trainer G.J. Peckham’s Aislabie Stables.

“Year after year the Tattersalls autumn horses in training sale produces Group 1 horses throughout the world and the likes of Haydock Sprint winner G Force, purchased for 25,000 guineas, multiple U.S. Grade 1 winner Obviously and Australian Group 1 winners The Offer and Foreteller, have continued to reinforce the sale’s reputation as the number one of its type in the world,” said Tattersalls chairman Edmond Mahony. “The unique appeal of the autumn horses in training sale is that it caters for every possible requirement, both Flat and National Hunt, and this year’s catalogues as ever looks set to attract a truly cosmopolitan cast of buyers.”

To view the online catalog, click here.