• Purchaser: Frank Berry
  • Price: £105,000

Take It Away made a very favourable impression when taking the four-year-old mares’ maiden at Dromahane in emphatic fashion. The winner was having just her second start, as the daughter of Yeats had made a pleasing debut at Moig South last spring, before having a summer’s break. Making her seasonal reappearance here, Denis Murphy’s four-year-old jumped and travelled well before catching the eye travelling very smoothly into the contest at the penultimate obstacle. From here the €22,000 Derby Sale graduate showed a very smart turn of foot, quickening up to win by a very impressive 12 lengths. On this evidence she could be black type potential under rules.

  • Consignor: Ballyboy Stables (Denis Murphy)
Other Sales for this Lot
Derby Sale Part II 2017 lot 600, Kilcorral House=>Ballyboy Stables €22,000
November National Hunt Sale 2014 lot 935, Yellowford Farm=>Myles Sunderland €2,000
Sales for Full Brothers/Sisters
Derby Sale 2018 lot 262 G. 2015, Galbertstown Stud=>Cormac Doyle €28,000
February National Hunt Sale 2016 lot 271 C. 2015, Yellowford Farm=>Tom Keating €13,000
Sales for Half Brothers/Sisters
November National Hunt Sale 2018 lot 903 C. by Sholokhov (IRE) 2018, Yellowford Farm=>Largy Bloodstock €11,000
February National Hunt Sale 2014 lot 104 F. by Milan (GB) 2013, Yellowford Farm (Agent)=>Mr A B McDowell €4,500
November National Hunt Sale 2013 lot 936 F. by Milan (GB) 2013, Yellowford Farm=>Vendor €2,000
February National Hunt Sale 2012 lot 198 F. by Westerner (GB) 2011, Yellowford Farm=>Vendor €800