21/11/2018. Too Darn Hot Will Stand Under Darley Banner Upon Retirement // Showcasing Colt Tops Trade On Day 2 Of November Foal Sale


Too Darn Hot Will Stand Under Darley Banner Upon Retirement

Tuesday, November 20, 2018


Too Darn Hot | Racing Post

Cartier champion juvenile colt Too Darn Hot (GB) (Dubawi {Ire}–Dar Re Mi {GB}, by Singspiel {Ire}) will stand at Dalham Hall Stud in Newmarket at the conclusion of his racing career after an agreement was reached between Lord and Lady Lloyd-Webbers’ Watership Down Stud and Godolphin, Darley announced on Tuesday. Unbeaten in four starts for trainer John Gosden, the ‘TDN Rising Star’ rattled off group victories in the Sept. 1 G3 Solario S. at Sandown, Sept. 15 G2 Champagne S. at Doncaster and in the Oct. 13 G1 Darley Dewhurst S. in October after breaking his maiden by seven lengths on debut at Sandown on Aug. 9. A full-brother to GSW & G1SP So Mi Dar (GB), fellow ‘Rising Star’, MSW & MG1SP Lah Ti Dar (GB) and a half-brother to MGSW De Treville (GB) (Oasis Dream {GB}), the Watership Down homebred is out of the Lloyd Webbers’ highweight MG1SW Dar Re Mi (GB) from the family of MG1SW Rewilding (GB) (Tiger Hill {Ire}). (fonte : TDN)


Showcasing Colt Tops Trade On Day 2 Of November Foal Sale


A son of Showcasing from Grenane House Stud (Lot 405-pictured) topped the second day of trade at Goffs November Foal Sale Part 1 when selling to Brendan Holland of Grove Stud for €160,000.  The colt is the first foal out of Casila who is a daughter of Ribblesdale and Park Hill Stakes winner Miletrian and is also a half-sister to Inca Princess, dam of Johannes Vermeer and Elizabeth Browning, who at €1.9 million topped the November Breeding Stock Sale this time last year.

Baroda & Colbinstown Studs’ Camelot filly (Lot 532) provided another six figure sale late in the evening when bought by Sunday Racing for €120,000, while earlier Morna McDowall went to €115,000 for a Zoffany colt from Churchtown House Stud who is out of a winning Galileo own sister to Group 1 placed Robin Hood (Lot 339). 

Other highlights on Day 2 included a No Nay Never colt from Graigue Stables out of a four time winning mare from the family of multiple Group 1 winner Peeress that sold to Camas Park Stud for €100,000, as well as a colt from the first crop of Estidhkaar offered by The Castlebridge Consignment (Lot 282) that also made €100,000 selling to Ballyphilip Stud.

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The November Foal Sale Part 1 continues tomorrow at 10am.  It will be followed on Thursday and Friday by the November Breeding Stock Sale, with Part 2 of the November Foal Sale on Saturday.
November Sale Day 2 – Comparative Figures:

  Offered Sold Aggregate (€) Average (€) Median (€)
2018 230 169 (73%) 5,457,000 (-16%) 32,290 (-9%) 26,000 (-4%)
2017 228 183 6,462,200 35,313 27,000
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