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All the horses we purchase at the sales "on Spec" are re sold at cost price. No profits, expenses or commission are added to the purchase price of the horse if the horse is trained by Ann, a 10% commission will be levied on the value of any horse in the event of it leaving the yard. The prices charged are subject vat, sales related charges, transport, insurance, training/keep of the horse from time of purchase to re-sale will be added.  

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Lot 24 - Un-named Colt

Age: 2
Sex: Colt
Colour: Bay
Sire: Sir Prancealot (IRE)
Dam: Giorgi (IRE)
Owner(s): SOLD

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 Lot 24 is a smart looking athletic colt with a good solid pedigree and from excellent producers of winners in “Tally-Ho Stud”. This colt reminded us of another Tally- Ho recruit we trained “Kings Mimic” who we thought a huge amount of.

He is a lovely quality colt and a good mover with the right kind of brain. His pedigree is full of speed with his sire “Sir Prancealot” being a superfast precocious winner of the Flying Childers. His dam is by the great sire Kodiac whose first crop produced a horse of ours called “Alaskan Spirit” who was the first two year in that first crop of horses by Kodiac to be rated 100 (we sold him to Hong Kong).

This colt’s half brother “Fognini” won three races last season as a two year old attaining a rating of 90 - he showed a serious amount of speed and determination in his races. This lad is the second produce from the dam and breezed really well.

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