Horses For Sale

We currently have the following yearlings for sale. If you are interested in any of them, or in owning any other racehorse at Park House Stables, please contact Andrew on 01635 298210 or admin@kingsclere.com. We also have a large and impressive consignment heading to Tattersalls in late October for the Autumn Horses In Training Sale. The catalogue is available online and can be viewed here.

Tamayuz I Hearyou Knocking 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chestnut colt, Tamayuz / I Hearyou Knocking (Danehill Dancer)

2 March 2016

Bought at Goffs UK Premier Sale, this racy colt is by top-class miler and established sire Tamayuz, sire of Haydock Sprint Cup winner G Force, Group winning 2yo and champion first-season sire Sir Prancelot, and dual Group 2 winning Park House heroine Blond Me. The dam is a half-sister to two black-type horses and to the dam of French 2000 Guineas winner Landseer, and has produced four winners from four runners. Bred on the highly successful Nayef / Danzig cross, this colt has already been ridden away and is proving a fast learner.

£42,000 plus VAT

 

War Command Zeyran 2016 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bay colt, War Command / Zeyran (Galileo)

27 Feb 2016

This imposing colt is by first-season sire War Command, a son of War Front and winner of the Coventry and Dewhurst as a two year old. This youngster is out of a Galileo mare who won over a mile. She is a half-sister to four winners and a grand-daughter of Group 2 winner Nashmeel, who produced three black-type horses including Light Jig, winner of the Grade 1 Yellow Ribbon Stakes in the USA. A lovely stamp of a horse, this colt has already been ridden away and is taking everything in his stride.

SOLD

 

 

Sea The Moon Village Fete 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bay colt, Sea The Moon / Village Fete (Singspiel)

27 April 2016

This attractive colt is by first-season sire Sea The Moon and was bought at Baden-Baden. Sea The Moon was an eleven length winner of the German Derby and is from an outstanding German family (his dam is a half-sister to German Derby winners and sires Samum and Schiaperelli, and to German Oaks winner Salve Regina). His first crop of yearlings have been very well received at the sales so far, selling for an average of over €90,000 (over five times his stud fee). This colt is out of the good race-mare Village Fete, a Listed winner over twelve furlongs. She has produced four winners, including dual Group 3 winner Kings Fete. This colt is likely to improve with age but is already a lovely individual with a great walk. He is currently being broken in.

SOLD

 

 

Mamool Palace Secret 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chestnut Colt, Mamool / Palace Secret (Big Shuffle)

18 Mar 2016

This noble-looking colt is from the family of Champion German miler Pepperstorm and Champion German two year old Peppershot. He is the first foal of a winning half-sister to Palace Prince, a Group 2 winner over a mile and also second in the German Derby. Mamool won and was Group 1 placed at two, before going on to win the Queen’s Vase at three As a four year old he won the Group 2 Yorkshire Cup two Group 1s in Germany (the Grosser Preis von Baden and the Preis von Europa). He is a promising young sire and has produced Group winners in Lucas Cranach and Orsino and a host of black type performers including Ormito, trained at Park House. Bought at Baden-Baden, this colt is currently being broken in.

SOLD

 

 

Soldier Hollow Queen Mum 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bay colt, Soldier Hollow / Queen Mum (Manduro)

2 Mar 2016

This eye-catching colt is by Soldier Hollow, a leading young sire in Germany. Soldier Hollow was a remarkably tough and consistent racehorse, racing from the age of two to seven and winning twelve races, ten at Group level including four Group 1s. His progeny include German Derby and Prix Ganay winner Pastorius and three-time Group 1 winner Our Ivanhowe. Soldier Hollow has had good results when crossed with the Monsun line and this colt is the first foal from a Manduro mare, who won at three and four over middle-distance and staying trips and is a half-sister to eight winners. Bought at Baden-Baden, this colt is currently being broken in.

SOLD

 

 

Teofilo Jameela's Dream 2016 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bay colt, Teofilo / Jameela’s Dream (Nayef)

8 Mar 2016

This elegant colt is by Teofilo, who was unbeaten as a two year old, taking the Group 1 National Stakes and Group 1 Dewhurst, before retiring to become a top class stallion. He has already sired twelve Group 1 winners, including Irish Derby winner Trading Leather and Prix Jean Prat winner Havana Gold, now an exciting young sire. Progeny of Teofilo have done well at Kingsclere, most notably Scottish and good stayer Havana Beat, to whom this colt bears a strong resemblance. This colt’s dam did not set the world alight on the racecourse but she is a half-sister to the very classy Safety Check, a dual Group 2 winner, and from the family of Group 1 winning two-year-old Marchand De Sable. Bought at Baden-Baden, this colt is currently being broken in.

£37,000 plus VAT

 

 

Compton Place Private Equity 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chestnut Colt, Compton Place / Private Equity (Haafhd)

18 Mar 2016

This striking colt is by July Cup winner Compton Place, who has established himself as a solid source of speed with his progeny including Group 1 Nunthorpe winner Bordelescott, Group 2 British Champions Sprint winner Deacon Blues, Group 2 Temple Stakes winner Pearl Secret and Listed winner Shifting Power who was placed in the English and Irish 2000 Guineas and the G1 Prix Jean Prat at two. Shifting Power is closely related to this colt, who is the second foal of a half-sister to Shifting Power who herself won twice as a three year old. Bought at the Ascot yearling sale, he is currently being broken in.

£22,000 plus VAT

 

 

Casamento Money Spider 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chestnut Filly, Casamento / Money Spider (Danehill Dancer)

4 May 2016

This lovely filly is a daughter of Casamento, who won the Group 2 Beresford Stakes and Group 1 Racing Post Trophy as a two year old, and who has made a good start to his career at stud with his first two crops including Group performers Kings Gift, Glastonbury Song, Rythmique, Whitefountainfairy and Paiardina. This filly is the first living foal out of the tough racemare Money Spider, a five-time winner in Ireland whose family goes back to Irish champion three year old King’s Theatre and European champion two year old High Estate. Bought at the Ascot yearling sale, this filly is currently being broken in.

£8,000 plus VAT

 

 

Casamento Purple Tigress 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bay colt, Casamento / Purple Tigress (Dubai Destination)

29 April 2016

This athletic colt is the second foal of an unraced mare by the excellent broodmare sire Dubai Destination. She is a half-sister to the talented and tough Taajub, who was second in the Group 2 Gimcrack Stakes and Group 3 Cornwallis Stakes as a two year old, and third at Group 3 level as an older horse. He is still racing and won this year as a ten year old. This colt’s third dam, Noble Rose, won the Group 3 Park Hill Stakes and the Listed Galtres Stakes and produced two group winners in Notability and Simon de Montfort. Casamento won the Group 2 Beresford Stakes and Group 1 Racing Post Trophy as a two year old, and has made a good start to his career at stud with his first two crops including Group performers Kings Gift, Glastonbury Song, Rythmique, Whitefountainfairy and Paiardina. This colt’s half-brother Free Ranger fetched 150,000gns as a yearling, is in training with Jim Bolger and was second on his second start. He is bred on the same cross as this colt, being by a son of Shamardal. This colt was bought at the Tattersalls Ireland sale and is currently being broken in.

£12,000 plus VAT  50% share remaining

 

 

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Bay colt, Paco Boy / Caerlonore (Traditionally)

17 March 2016

This handsome colt is a son of top-class miler Paco Boy, winner of the Group 1 Prix de la Foret, Group 1 Queen Anne Stakes and Group 1 Lockinge Stakes. Paco Boy has established himself as a solid sire of winners, with star performers including 2000 Guineas hero Galileo Gold and Park House’s exciting young miler Beat The Bank, winner of the Group 3 Thoroughbred Stakes at Goodwood this season. This colt is out of Caerlonore, a daughter of French Oaks winner Caerlina, and hails from an excellent family, Caerlina having produced nine winners including La Nuit Rose (placed in the French and Irish 1,000 Guineas), Lina De Vega (Group 3 placed), and Macheera, dam of this year’s Group 1 Prix Jacques Le Marois winner Al Wukair. Bought at the Tattersalls Ireland sale, this colt is currently being broken in.

£12,000 plus VAT

 

 

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Bay colt, Raven’s Pass / Maridiyna (Sinndar)

14 Feb 2016

This athletic colt is a son of top miler Raven’s Pass, winner of the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes and the Breeders’ Cup Classic and now a good sire of sprinters and milers, his progeny including Group 2 winners Richard Pankhurst, Steeler and Secret Number and his black type performers this year including exciting filly Via Ravenna (second in Group 1 Prix Rothschild) and Park House’s Viscount Barfield. This colt is out of an unraced Sinndar mare who has already produced two winners from three runners, one a black type performer. His granddam is Galtres Stakes winner Madiriya who is responsible for dual US Grade 1 winner Manndar and the dam of Champion French filly Mandesha. Bought from Book 2 of the Tattersalls October sale, this colt is currently being broken in.

 

£38,500 plus VAT

 

 

 

Reliable Man Why Worry 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bay/Grey colt, Reliable Man / Why Worry (Cadeaux Genereux)

12 Mar 2016

This striking colt is from the second crop of dual Group 1 winner Reliable Man (winner of the French Derby and the Group 1 Queen Elizabeth Stakes in Australia). Reliable Man has made an excellent start at stud, with this year’s first crop of 2yos including Group 3 winner Narella and, in the southern hemisphere, Group 1 placed Belle du Nord and Sully. This colt’s dam was a winner over a mile and has already produced a black type performer in Why Worry, whilst the granddam is Group-winning sprinter Seltitude. Bought at Arqana’s October sale, this colt is currently being broken in.

 

£27,000 plus VAT