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Trio of Point to Pointers on Offer in Tattersalls Online November Sale

Three horses with recent Point to Point form and a host of high-class National Hunt lots are on offer in the largest ever sale ever held by Tattersalls Online, scheduled to take place 22 – 23 November.

Loughanmore Farm consigns all three of the Point offerings, the highlight of which is the Getaway gelding Ballymoney who was placed second at Toombebridge last month having previously finished fourth in a Punchestown bumper. His stablemate Coothill will also be going under the virtual hammer and can boast a trio of placings to his name in Point to Points as well as a fine pedigree, being a son of Yeats and a half-brother to the Listed-placed Notnowlinda. Completing the trio is Ballymac, a son of Presenting who has had a handful of runs to date for experience.

Among the more established National Hunt lots on offer in the sale is Poetic Music, a Listed bumper winner at Cheltenham who also finished third in the Listed Coral Mares’ Novices’ Hurdle at Newbury last year. Trained and consigned by Fergal O’Brien, the five-year old mare signed off last season with a win over hurdles at Perth having run at the Cheltenham Festival prior to that.

Another lot with high-class form over obstacles is the 112-rated Captain Tommy, consigned by trainer Ian Williams. A multiple winner over hurdles and fences, the son of Court Cave finished second in a Listed Novices’ Hurdle at Perth and was in winning form at Worcester in August when he won a handicap Chase.

Full details of all 154 lots entered in the Tattersalls Online November Sale can be viewed at www.tattersallsonline.com where bidding will open on Wednesday 22 November at 12 noon and close from 12 noon on Thursday 23 November.

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