Spectrum Mare Gets 260k guineas at Tatts

Ventura (Ire) Montjeu (Ire) 260,000

(12, Spectrum {Ire}–Wedding Bouquet {GB}, by Kings Lake)

Consigned by European Sales Mgmt, property of Scuderia Bulgheri Purchased by David Redvers Bloodstock Stakes-placed at three, Ventura made a promising start at stud, producing SW & GSP Cedar Mountain (Ire) to Galileo (Ire) (Sadler’s Wells) in 2003. She was sent through this sales ring 12 months ago in foal to Manduro, the half-sister to G1 Epsom Derby hero Generous (Ire) realized a final bid of 58,000gns from Cormac McCormack Bloodstock for these Italian interests. Carrying a foal bred very much like Cedar Mountain, Ventura proved a popular comodity at Tatts.

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