Gleneagles Paddock

In Form Gleneagles Proves In Demand At Tattersalls

As Gleneagles continues his rise through the stallion ranks, his progeny have proved popular at the 2021 yearling sales, as demonstrated by a number of six-figure sales at Tattersalls Book 2.

Redpender Stud enjoyed a particularly satisfying result when their homebred Gleneagles colt sold to Stroud Coleman Bloodstock for 350,000gns. The half-brother to Group 2 winner Asymmetric provided a fine return on Gleneagles’ 2019 covering fee of €30,000.

Joseph O’Brien landed the Group 2 Airlie Stud Stakes with Velocidad (Gleneagles) and is seeking further success with her sire after going to 155,000gns for a Gleneagles colt offered by Rossenarra Stud. Earlier that day, Howson and Houldsworth Bloodstock secured a Gleneagles filly from Stauffenberg Bloodstock for 100,000gns.

Other notable results include 125,000gns given by Sackville Donald for a Gleneagles colt from Genesis Green Stud, while MV Magnier went to 110,000gns for a filly from Charlock Stud.