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.