Cotai Glory ex Let Me Shine filly
Shares Available - 22.5%
The following share prices include: Purchase price, sales house & bloodstock agents commission, 'Plus 10 bonus' registration (if applicable), vetting, transport and training fees until 30 Jun 2021:
15% share available @ £6,000 upfront and £485 per month from 1st July 2021
10% share available @ £4,000 upfront and £325 per month from 1st July 2021
5% share available @ £2,000 upfront and £175 per month from 1st July 2021
2.5% share available @ £1,000 upfront and £95 per month from 1st July 2021
Purchased at the Tattersalls Ireland Goresbridge Breeze Up Sale, this filly is by COTAI GLORY - who, in his first season as a sire, is already at the top of the freshman sires league table, for number of winners (see the gallery). Read all about Cotai Glory here: https://www.tallyhostud.com/cotai-glory.
Michael Bell has shown himself to be an expert with fillies, be that a staying filly like Sariska, who won the Epsom Oaks, Champion Sprinter and Nunthorpe winner Margot Did, or Champion 2yo filly 2018 Pretty Pollyanna, so who better to train this speedy daughter of the sensational first season sire Cotai Glory.
We don’t have to rely on this filly’s sire; however, the mare is a proven black type producing performer too, with three Group performers on her CV already.
View her walk and profile video here:
At a sale where over 200 horses breezed on the final 2.5f of Newmarket’s Rowley Mile, our filly timed the 8th quickest and so we were delighted to pick her up for a very tidy £35,000.
Watch her 'breeze' video here:
She looks incredibly well bought at this stage and she ought to be ready to hit the track, to begin her career in around two weeks’ time. She just needs a name and we can see her begin her on a racecourse proper.
She’s very exciting and very well bought.
Training Update (7th June): Michael told us this morning that she has settled in well and that he is very pleased with her purchase. He will get her going in and coming out of the stalls this week (something that breeze up consignors don't work on) in readiness for her racecourse debut.