29 wildcard entries complete outstanding Cheltenham December Sale catalogue

The Tattersalls Cheltenham December Sale will take place on Friday 10th December at 4.00pm after racing during the International Meeting in the Tattersalls Sales Ring.

A total of twenty nine wildcard entries have been accepted and added to an outstanding catalogue that now numbers 73 Lots.

Tattersalls Cheltenham graduates continue to excel at the highest level and the December Sale has an enviable record for selling outstanding graduates including four Cheltenham Festival winners in 2021 and two Grand National champions:

Chantry House
Sir Gerhard
Mount Ida
Tiger Roll
One For Arthur

The Cheltenham Sales are renowned for sourcing future winners at all levels of the market and the diversity and depth of this catalogue will afford all prospective purchasers the opportunity to source their next winner. Entries include:

37 winning and placed four-year-old point to pointers

24 winning and placed five-year-old point to pointers

5 winning and placed bumper horses

6 winning and placed hurdlers

1 Listed winning mare

Tattersalls Live Internet Bidding will be available for those who are unable to attend the sale in person. Prospective purchasers are requested that they register with Tattersalls at least 48 hours prior to the start of sale by selecting the following link www.tattersalls.com/livebidding

The full catalogue can now be viewed at www.tattersallscheltenham.com

Cheltenham Racecourse is also set to be turned yellow as part of the launch of Tiggy's Trust at the International Meeting on Friday 10th December. Details of the race-day and charity auction can be found at www.tiggystrust.com

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