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JS Bloodstock consultancy was a leading sponsor of the Retraining Of Racehorses Polo Pony competition at Beenham's Farm in Berkshire, sponsoring the 4-year-olds class. Organised by leading England player Jack Richardson, the event drew a total of 45 retrained racehorses spread out amongst classes for 3, 4, 5 and 6-year-olds. The winner of the JS Bloodstock 4-year-old class was River, owned by Ireland's captain Richard Le Poer, River is a daughter of Epaulette. The 5-year-old class was won by Chiarodiluna, a 13 race maiden, she was bought by JS Bloodstock for Jack Richardson at the Tattersalls February Sale 2021 for 3,000GNS and she looks to have a bright future ahead of her on the polo field. ...

So far JS Bloodstock has been active at sales across Europe, starting at Deauville in France where they bought a Cracksman colt for €185,000 who has gone into training with George Boughey in Newmarket. Following on from Arqana was Goffs UK in Doncaster where there were 8 purchases made in total which included progeny by leading sires such as Dark Angel, Kodiac and Profitable. These purchases have gone to a selection of different trainers such as George Scott, Tom Clover, George Boughey  and Alice Haynes. The first yearling sale of the year in Newmarket took place at the beginning of September which resulted in 9 purchases in total which included progeny by sires such as Time Test, Dark Angel, Dandy Man and Gleneagles. The new recruits have gone into training with trainers like Roger Varian, Andrew Balding, Tom Clover and George Scott. The yearling circus continues in...

4-year-old Aldeenaary is on the next plane to Australia having won on debut at Nottingham. He was sold for 12,000GNS to Roger Teal in February this year as a cast off from Shadwell having previously cost 400,000GNS as a yearling. A half-brother to multiple stakes performers, he's also a half-brother to non other than Irish 2000 Guineas winner Phoenix Of Spain. Aldeenaary beat the once raced Nigwa by a head at Nottingham over 10 furlongs with a very taking display, coming from off of a slow pace and getting his head in front where it mattered. Nigwa has since franked the form by winning on her next start. Aldeenaary will now head to the stable of John O'Shea at Randwick in Sydney. ...

2-year-olds of 2022 bought as yearlings or breeze-ups by JS Bloodstock have been winning on the track for a variety of  different trainers. Tom Clover has enjoyed success with the 91 rated Rogue Spirit, who has won twice this year and was 3rd in The Super Sprint, he was a relatively in-expensive purchase at 12,000GNS. The same owners of Rogue Spirit have also enjoyed some big days out with Rogue Lightning, a 44,000GNS breeze-up purchase, who won on debut at Newmarket by 4 lengths and followed that up with a 2nd in the Listed Rosebowl Stakes at Newbury. George Scott has had various cheaply bought yearlings win this year as 2-year-olds that were selected by JS Bloodstock such as Yahtzee, a 16,000GNS purchase, Gumais, a 15,000GNS  purchase and Coco Jack, who didn't sell at the sales but a deal was struck afterwards for the horse to...

Tally-Ho Stud has regularly topped the list of vendors at this year's European breeze-up sales and the O'Callaghan family sold an Exceed And Excel colt who interrupted the procession of fillies selling for in excess of €200,000. Billy Jackson-Stops, acting on behalf of owner Michael Blencowe, who has Imperial Fighter in Saturday's Irish 2,000 Guineas, went to €260,000 to secure the half-brother to Group 3 winner Dibajj and Listed winner Black Sea. It was a plan that was a long time coming to a successful conclusion. The agent said: "We have been waiting to buy a horse at the breeze-ups as Michael wanted a breezer, and we have been at three sales and haven't quite got there. "Michael loved him, Andrew [Balding, trainer of Imperial Fighter] loved him too and we had to go slightly over what we intended to pay." Out of the Royal Applause mare Goleta, a...

Sound Of Cannons, a private purchase from Brian Meehan, eventually got of the mark in Australia. He's showed a lot of potential when running in Sydney but the left handed tracks of Melbourne have bought out the best in him and he'll look to back up into the 'win and you're in' Andrew Ramsden Stakes at Flemington on Saturday. ...

Rogue Millennium won the Lingfield Oaks Trial on only her 2nd start. A 35,000gns purchase from the Tattersalls December Mares sales in 2021, this daughter of Dubawi has secured herself a spot in the Oaks at Epsom come early June. ...

Rogue Spirit becomes the first 2-year-old winner of 2022. Bought for just £12,000 at Tattersalls December Yearling Sale, he showed a lot of ability to get to the front and kept up the pace to win well for trainer Tom Clover. This son of Dark Angel could be a contender for the Windsor Castle at Royal Ascot. ...

Sherez - Private purchase Sheraz, by the Aga Khan's Sea The Stars, finished 2nd in the Group 1 Sydney Cup at Randwick. This was an encouraging run from a horse who looks as though he's going to continue improving with time and should be a regular in the big races in Australia next year. 4th in the Sydney Cup was Future Score, another JS Bloodstock private purchase. ...

Landermere wins on debut for trainer Tom Clover and becomes the first winner for the Carroll House syndicate. Purchased for 35,000gns at Tattersalls Book 2 as a yearling, this son of New Approach beat a previous winner in the shape of Godolphin's Parlando....

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Next Attending Sale: Tattersalls Ireland (at Tattersalls Newmarket) | 21st & 22nd September 2021