The Bloodstock Bulletin with TV and radio broadcaster Gina Bryce brings you the latest news and interviews with key players from the global Bloodstock industry in the buildup to each major Tattersalls thoroughbred auction.
The Bloodstock Bulletin Episode
56:36Gina is joined by Bloodstock Analyst Bill Oppenheim as they assess the potential box office mares and first crop foal stallions at the Tattersalls December Sales alongside contributions from Kirsten Rausing, Arthur Hoyeau and Bertie le Metayer.
The Bloodstock Bulletin Episode 14
43:06Gina welcomes back Bloodstock Journalist Nancy Sexton to look ahead to the Tattersalls December Sales discussing everything from the potential box office lots in a standout mares catalogue to the exciting roster of first crop stallions with stock to be showcased during the foal sale. Guests include Simon Marsh on young stallion Too Darn Hot, Richard Aston from Goldford Stud and Matt Coleman to preview the Sir Robert Ogden dispersal.
The Bloodstock Bulletin Episode 13
57:37In this final instalment before the start of Book 1 Gina looks forward to Europe’s premier Yearling Sale in the company of Nancy Sexton as they welcome guests Naohiro Goda on Japanese interest in European Bloodstock, Sara Cumani of Fittocks Stud, Sir Mark Prescott and Ed Crisford on sourcing Book 1 Bonus winners and David Redvers.
The Bloodstock Bulletin Episode 12
47:36Gina continues the build up to Book 1 with the TDN’s International Editor Kelsey Riley as they assess the U.S. yearling market and discuss potential involvement in this year's Tattersalls October Yearling Sales. Guests include regular Tattersalls purchaser and buyer of star graduate Campanelle, Ben McElroy, Cheveley Park Stud’s Chris Richardson, Tally-Ho Stud’s Roger O’Callaghan and Richard Hannon.
The Bloodstock Bulletin Episode 11
50:55Gina turns attentions Stateside in episode 11 (of the BB) as she is joined by the TDN’s Chris McGrath to assess the depth of Transatlantic trade in the yearling market ahead of Book 1 of the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale. Contributors include Tanya Gunther of Glennwood Farm, Kentucky on their homebred Justify's first yearlings, Mark Byrne on the young roster of first crop sires at Coolmore and trainer Ger Lyons discusses exciting plans for his pair of Tattersalls Book 1 Bonus winners.
The Bloodstock Bulletin Episode 10
49:53The return of the Bloodstock Bulletin for Episode 10 and the first of four in a new series sees Gina joined by the TDN’s Emma Berry in an international themed show featuring guests from Australia, France, Ireland and the Middle East as they preview Book 1 of the Tattersalls October Yearling Sales.
The Bloodstock Bulletin Episode 9
40:08Gina Bryce chats to consigners Mick Murphy and Matt Whyte of Longways and BushyPark Stables as they put the finishing touches on their two year olds for the Tattersalls Craven Breeze up Sale. Bloodstock Agent Alex Elliott discusses the differences between the US and UK markets and explains his process of two year old selection while Owner Mike Spence completes the lineup to discuss success at this sale last year.
The Bloodstock Bulletin Episode 8
37:21The Bloodstock Bulletin returns with a look ahead to the Tattersalls Craven Breeze Up Sale with Gina Bryce in a two part series focused on the upcoming two year old sales. Guests this week include Highclere Stud’s Jake Warren, leading breeze up consigner Brendan Holland of Grove Stud and Bloodstock Agent Matt Coleman as attentions turn to the newly introduced Tattersalls Craven bonus scheme and the secrets to sourcing and producing a successful juvenile.
The Bloodstock Bulletin Episode 7
37:10It’s an international theme to the final Bloodstock Bulletin of the year as Gina is joined by the TDN’s Emma Berry to build up to the Tattersalls December Sales. This epsoode includes news from Japan and Australia in addition to interviews with Nick Pocock of Stringston Stud and Sam Bullard on Darley’s enviable roster of young stallions.
The Bloodstock Bulletin Episode 6
50:47Gina continues the build up to the Tattersalls December Sales this week in the company of Racing Post Journalist Tom Peacock. Feature interviews include Derek Veitch of Ringfort Stud, David Redvers on an enviable line up of first crop stallions and Julian Dollar reflecting on the success of mare in a million Shastye.