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May kicked off to a lively start with the Tattersalls Guineas Breeze Up opening up the month. Two purchases were made, one a Dandy Man colt for 35,000gns from the black type preforming family of No Speak Alexander and Lily’s Rainbow. He breezed well and is an easy moving sort, he has gone into training with Harry Eustace. He should be sharp and we hope to see him run well in the not too distant future. The second purchase of the day, for 42,000gns, was a Harry Angel colt out of a Dark Angel mare from the family of City Image. He looked an impressive sort on the day and he has gone into training with Tom Clover for owner Sheikh Abdullah Almalek Alsabah. May rolled on quickly into the Arqana Breeze Up Sale where an exciting son of Siyouni was purchased for Michael Blencowe from top...

The flat is back! An exciting kick-off to the season for JS Bloodstock Consultancy where client purchases are running well: Rogue Millennium was a 35,000gns purchase from Tattersalls for owners Rogues Gallery finished 2nd in the Listed Magnolia Stakes at Kempton and followed that up with a 3rd in the Group 3 Prix Allez France. Anfaal, bought as a yearling from last year’s Tattersalls Book 3, was the eye-catcher on her debut for owner Sheikh Abdullah Almalek Alsabah and trainer Tom Clover Racing when flashing home for 3rd place at Kempton. Wonderful Times, purchased from last year’s Tattersalls December Mares Sale, finished a close 4th in the listed Prix Zarkava and looks to have a bright future in front of her for trainer Mario Barratti. Shot a 10,000gns Horses-In-Training purchase, from the family of dual Group 1 speedster Campanelle, improved her page significantly by winning for owners Moigne Coombe...

Billy secured the top lot of the day purchasing Isle Of Jura, Lot 64 - a three-year-old bay gelding by New Approach out of Falls Of Lora for £150,000. A Record price for a horse in training at the one day Tattersalls Ascot Sale. “He is a big raw horse with loads of promise. He was green on his first run and he needs some time but he will get that.  The mare has been amazing, all her runners have been rated 95+ and she has produced two Group 1 winners. If this horse is anything like his brothers, we will be ok. He has been bought for an owner who already has horses with George. George will give him all of the time he needs. He's a beautiful big horse. Let’s hope he’s as good as we want him to be. If he is anything...

2023 started with the Keeneland January Sale where Billy secured the Juddmonte bred filly Chaberton for $240,000 – the daughter of Kantharos is a ½ sister to French 1000 Guineas winner Special Duty and Exemplify, dam of Group 1 Breeders Cup winner Expert Eye -‘Chaberton is a lovely looking filly and fillies with her pedigree don't appear on the market often, so I was pleased to be able to have bought her.’ Tattersalls, Goffs and Arqana were attended during February both in a selling and buying capacity. Queenhope, who was pinhooked for a client, was the third highest price of Tattersalls, selling to Hugo Merry for 140,000 gns. She was purchased in 2021 for 65,000 gns when in foal to Galiway. She produced a superb first foal in 2022 and was offered back at Tattersalls in February in foal to emerging talent New Bay. During Goffs Billy...

The sales circuit for 2022 culminated with foals and breeding stock sales at Goffs, Tattersalls and Arqana. The market was unusually strong as evidenced by Arqana's total aggregate for their sale going from €42 million in 2021 to €59 million in 2022. Despite the strength of the market JS Bloodstock Consultancy still managed to buy a various number of foals, fillies and mares highlighted by a Kodiac colt foal for 145,000 GNS who will be re-offered as a yearling next year, a well bred filly by Golden Horn for 82,000 GNS who will race on in France in 2022 and a mare in foal to No Nay Never for 330,000 GNS. ...

At the end of the yearling sale circus JS Bloodstock Consultancy picked up just over 40 yearlings for a variety of different trainer including George Scott, Andrew Balding, Tom Clover, George Boughey, Alice Haynes and Roger Varian. There were 4 bought from Tattersalls Book 1 which included an Inns Of Court half-sister to juvenile Group 1 winner Ebro River who will go into training with Andrew Balding. Following on from Book 1 there were 6 bought from Book 2, which included 3 exciting colts by Make Believe, Time Test and Blue Point. Tattersalls was rounded off with 3 purchases from Book 3 which included a colt by Night Of Thunder and a good looking colt by Cracksman who went into training with Tom Clover and George Scott respectively. ...

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...