Kodias Sangarius, by Kodiac
Shares Available - 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 31 Mar 2021:
5% share available @ £4,650 upfront and £165 per month from 1st May 2021
2.5% share available @ £2,325 upfront and £92.50 per month from 1st May 2021
"Tally-Ho Stud’s flagship stallion has become the most prolific sire of juvenile stakes winners at up to 6f since the Pattern began" https://theownerbreeder.com/columns/firth-of-clyde-stakes-hands-kodiac-landmark-victory/
Purchased from the Tattersalls Ireland Yearling Sale, this filly is by the super sire KODIAC. Read about his profile here: https://www.tallyhostud.com/kodiac.
Kodiac needs no introduction - he’s a sire sensation; having ascended to greatness amongst the stallion ranks in recent times, siring the top-class horses Hello Youmzain, Gifted Master, Kodi Bear, Tiggy Wiggy, Nando Parrado, Adaay, Prince Of Lir, Best Solution etc etc. He is the top European sire of 2 year old's at present (see the gallery) and his three, Royal Ascot winners, in a day, is unprecedented, outside of the Coolmore Stallions’ cohort. Read about that famous Group race treble here: https://www.racingpost.com/bloodstock/kodiac-lights-up-final-day-of-royal-ascot-with-a-famous-group-race-treble/438769
This filly was our ‘nap’ of all the fillies in the Tattersalls Ireland Sale, and we’re pretty sure the market has agreed with us, given the sole filly to trump our £68,000 price tag, was a Kingman filly, who sold for £70,000 (a figure remarkably low for any Kingman progeny to sell through the ring).
Our filly is quite the most fabulous mover that you could possibly wish to see; even the super video we’ve posted here, doesn’t quite do her justice, in our humble opinion. This filly would be right up there in our yearling pecking order, at this early moment in time, and given she’s going into training with Richard Hannon (trainer of Tiggy Wiggy, by Kodiac), she’ll have every chance of making the grade.
As the media reports of our quotes, following her purchase, imply, she’s already being perceived by ourselves, along with the auctioneer, as a real Royal Ascot, potential contender. Let’s hope we’re proven right.
She’s out of a really progressive, black type mare, **whose most recent progeny to hit the course (a colt by Fastnet Rock) has earned a 98 Timeform rating, since we purchased our yearling, when finishing 3rd at The Curragh, a length and a half off a 105 rated Coolmore horse, on 27/9/20**
See her walk here:
Training Update (19th April): Richard is happy with her and there have been no hold ups. She is cantering away and with most of Richards other fillies is on the cusp of being asked to go that stride faster. The sun on their backs helps fillies to come to hand this time of year - colts always tend to start off earlier. She is a lovely big filly, with a good attitude and temperament and her stalls work has been perfect, so all good so far! Richard has sent us the video update below of her. (See all videos of her in the gallery.) She has been entered in the The Irish EBF Ballyhane Stakes, worth €200,000 at Naas.
Read about that race in August here: https://naasracecourse.com/racing-event/bank-holiday-racing/
"2021 could be world record-holder Kodiac's biggest year yet" Racing Post Bloodstock