31 Jul July ’23 Round Up
The July Sales came and went with various purchases made and sales completed on behalf
of clients. The stallion Kuroshio, whom was one of the first deals completed during the
infancy of JS Bloodstock Consultancy in 2018, continued to uphold his place in the Irish
stallion ranks when his daughter Kairyu won the Group 3 Anglesey Stakes at The Curragh for
Al Musmak was a very pleasing 2nd on his second start picking up black type in the Listed
Flexjet Pat Eddery Stakes at Ascot on King George day for trainer Roger Varian and owner
Sheikh Abdullah Almalek Alsabah. Purchased as a yearling from Tattersalls Book 1 for 95,000
guineas by Night Of Thunder out of Parton (Kitten’s Joy) and from the family of Provismo, he
had previously won well on his debut in a novice at Ascot.
Rogue Lightening won convincingly at Doncaster for trainer and owner duo Tom Clover and
The Rogues Gallery in a 0-100 handicap and is now rated 101. He was purchased for 42,000
Guineas at the Tattersalls Craven Breeze Up last year and snuck into black type earlier in the
season during a trip to France for the Prix Ronde de Nuit (Listed) at Chantilly. He is a Kodiac
gelding out of an Acclamation mare from the Group family of Enticing and Superstar Leo.
Loaded Gun came home in front in a novice at Chester for owner Michael Blencowe and
trainer Andrew Balding, he has improved every time out so there should be more to come
from the colt. A purchase from Goffs Orby Sale last year for €75,000 out of Temerity
(Zoffany) by the first crop of runner from Magna Grecia, from the family of Roxan and
Isle Of Jura has now won twice on the bounce and gone up 26lbs for doing so, this time he
easily went clear at Newmarket on home turf for George Scott and owners Victorious
Racing. He was purchased from Tattersalls Ascot March Sale earlier in the year for £150,000
from Godolphin, he is by New Approach and is out of the black type mare Falls Of Lora. Scott
was recently quoted ‘We don’t know how good he is!’ exciting times ahead!
Rogue Tornado has been very pleasing for the syndicate The Rogues Gallery. The gelding
was good when winning his third start of the season after being second last time out, he got
up at Pontefract in the Wayne Conway Memorial Handicap. Purchased for 26,000 guineas
from Shadwell at the February Sale last year, he was very lightly raced before being gelded
in the spring of this year – hopefully he will continue his winning ways as the season goes
Private purchase Aldeenaary got off the mark in Australia at Goulburn for trainer John
O’Shea, for whom Billy used to be assistant trainer to during his time in Australia. The lightly
raced son of Awtaad was bought following a facile victory in a Nottingham maiden last year.
He’s a half brother to Classic winner Phoenix Of Spain and looks an exciting prospect for the
future in Australia.