Category: Horses in training (NH)
Sire: SINNDAR (IRE)
Dam: ADAMISE (FR)
Dam Sire: HIGHEST HONOR (FR)
The hugely exciting NH prospect Tristan De Gane is offered for sale. Currently based with trainer Brian Barr in Dorset, he is competitively priced to stay in the yard but an external sale could also be negotiated; price on application.
Tristan De Gane is a six-year-old son of the Derby and Arc hero Sinndar, out of the Highest Honor mare Adamise. The dam has previously produced three winners and is herself a sibling of the Listed-placed Advaline, from the family of the US Grade-1 winner Admise.
Sinndar, meanwhile, is a highly accomplished dual-purpose stallion, whose best NH performers include the Grade-1 winning hurdler Diakali, the multiple Grade-2 winning and Grade-1 placed hurdler Mourad and the Grade-1 placed Hargam.
Not only does Tristan De Gane boast a strong pedigree, but he also demonstrated immense promise in two point-to-points starts earlier in the year.
On his debut, at the very stiff Wadebridge track, he finished third behind two subsequent winners. He then finished a close second at the highly respected Milborne St Andrew point-to-point, pulling a nice way clear of the third, with jockey Martin McIntyre feeling he would have taken all the beating but for a bad mistake four from home. The winner went on to win by a distance on its next start.
It had appeared a mere formality that Tristan De Gane would get his head in front at some stage during the pointing season, but racing was suspended shortly after his second run due to the Coronavirus.
Had he managed to get a 1 by his name, however, he would not be available at such a competitive price.
Tristan De Gane is now back in work and expected to make his rules debut soon. An outstanding individual to look at, he is a horse of serious potential and interest levels in his sale are sure to be high; please get in touch now to find out more!
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