Racing Welfare cycle challenge

On the 16th and 17th July Aston Mullins undertook the epic challenge of cycling non stop for 24 hours around Cheltenham and Cleeve Hill to raise money for Racing Welfare ( Between us we cycled over 800 km and tackled several challenging ascents including Ham Hill, one of the top 400 hills in the UK. Racing Welfare.

Racing Welfare was set up to support the workforce of British horseracing. They have professional guidance and practical help to all racing people – including stud, stable, and racecourse staff, alongside those working in associated professions – whose dedication is vital for the wellbeing of racing.

Alongside their day to day work, Racing Welfare offers a programme of Mental Health First Aid England accredited training courses. With one in four people affected by mental health these courses are life lines to many people working in the racing industry.

We are incredibly proud to have completed this fantastic challenge and would like to thank everyone who has donated to our JustGiving page. If anyone would like to contribute then we are still able to accept donations.

Tattersalls December Foal Sale 2021

LOT 748: Australia (GB) x Gwerrann (GB)- ’21 Bay Colt

LOT 749: Iffraaj (GB) X Stacey Sutton (FR)- ’21 Bay Colt

LOT 825: Camelot (GB) X  Ighraa (IRE)- ’21 Bay Colt

LOT 1090: Ulysses (IRE) X Cat O’ Nine Tails (GB)- ’21 Chestnut Filly

LOT 1091: Masar (IRE) X Sagres (GB)- ’21 Bay Filly

Tattersalls December Mare Sale 2021

LOT 1593: Princess Cammie (IRE)

LOT 1594: Sagres (GB)

LOT 1937: Gwerrann (GB)

LOT 2260: Cat O’ Nine Tails (GB)

LOT 2261: Call Clwyd (IRE)

Tattersalls Somerville

LOT 104-  Bay Filly- Oasis Dream (GB) ex Sagres (GB)

LOT 131- Bay Filly- Havana Gold (IRE) ex Stacey Sutton (FR)

LOT 150- Bay Filly- Tasleet (GB) ex Timarwa (IRE)

Tregony’s winning streak

With four consecutive wins under her belt and a RPR of 97, we are increasingly excited for what the future may hold for homebred Tregony. Out of New Bay (GB) by an Aga Khan mare, we plan for her to return home to join our broodmare band once her racing career has finished.

Tattersalls Book 1

LOT 299: Nathaniel (IRE) X Sunsemperchi (GB)- ’20 Bay Filly

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LOT 308: Sioux Nation (USA) X Swing Out Sister (IRE)- ’20 Bay Colt

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Tattersalls Book 2

LOT 585: Cracksman (GB) X Garanciere (FR)- ’20 Bay Filly

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LOT 1110: Roaring Lion (USA) X Welsh Angel (GB)- ’20 Grey Colt

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Tattersalls Book 3

LOT 1437: Cracksman (GB) X  Princess Cammie (IRE)- ’20 Bay Colt 

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LOT 1343: Iffraaj (GB) X Gwerran (FR)- ’20 Bay Colt

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Aston Mullins debut consignment at Tattersalls Book One

We are very excited to offer two outstanding individuals for our first home consignment at the October Tattersalls Book One yearling sales.

Lot 146- 19 Colt by Highland Reel (IRE) x Ensaya (IRE) 2019 B.Colt

From the first crop of 7 time, Gr1 winning Highland Reel, this strong colt is out of the Aga Khan family with relations to Ebiyza and Estimate. Find his full pedigree and information attached:

Lot 175- 19 Filly by Iffraaj (GB) x Garanciere (FR) 2019 B.Filly

By proven stallion Iffraaj (GB), this filly is half sister to Tattersalls million winner and Rockafel Stake 2nd, I Love Me. Additionally, she has a notable update, with 3yo half brother Doubling Dice winning both of his starts on turf. He now has an OR 88 and TFR 101P. Find her full pedigree and information at


Five to sell at Goffs Premier Yearling Sales

Aston Mullins Stud will send five horses for Goffs UK’s Premier Yearling Sale, which takes place at Doncaster on September 1-2.

Simon and Mags Hope’s Buckinghamshire-based farm will be represented by four fillies and one colt at a sale that is traditionally rich in future stars.

Last year alone saw Supremacy (Gr 2 Richmond Stakes), Fev Rover (Gr 2 Shadwell Prix du Calvados),The Lir Jet (Gr 2 Norfolk Stakes) and Ventura Tormenta (Gr2 Prix Robert Papin) all go under the hammer at the popular auction.

Stud groom Merle Schmidt will be on site through the viewing days at Doncaster to assist with enquiries about the Aston Mullins quintet. Here are Simon’s thoughts about each of the individuals to be offered.

Lot 48 – 19 Filly by Showcasing (GB) x Welsh Angel (GB) 2019 Br.F

“She is from a proven producer and a very successful extended family. The pedigree received another upgrade at Royal Ascot this year when the dam’s 2013 foal Scarlet Dragon won the Duke of Edinburgh – he also ran very creditably recently in the Ebor.
Welsh Angel’s latest yearling to sell is a filly by a sire of the moment, Showcasing. Physically, she is strong and has been blessed with a wickedly good walk and possesses a solid temperament. We’ve been delighted with her progress and feel sure she will attract plenty of interest at the sale – and hopefully in the ring.”

Lot 253 – 19 Colt by Churchill (IRE) x Ighraa (IRE) 2019 Ch.C

“This colt is out of a high-class racehorse, who is a proven producer and hails from a family packed with black-type. He’s by an exciting first-season sire and is an active colt, who fits the model for this sale very well. He is an athletic walker and is a strong, sound individual.”

Lot 345 – 19 Filly by Profitable (IRE) x Passcode (GB) 2019 B.F

“This filly is by another first-season sire out of Passcode. She was a winner on the racecourse and is part of a classy European family – again, full of black-type performers. We’re really pleased with her latest yearling filly, who looks a sprinting type, ready to race at two. She is strong, active and level with a nice easy walk.”

Lot 392 – 19 Filly by Acclamation (GB) x Scent of Roses (IRE) 2019 B.F

“The sire is a proven Doncaster producer and this filly is typical of him and sure to draw plenty of interest at the sale. The family holds plenty of appeal and includes Sir Prancealot. You wouldn’t miss her if you saw her as this is a filly with all the walk.”

Lot 412 – 19 Filly by Aclaim (IRE) x Spirit of Sound (FR)2019 Br.F

“The two-year-old half-brother , a Sepoy colt, is due to make his racecourse debut just prior to the sale (entered at Redcar on Aug 29). He is the first foal from the mare and is called Let’s Be Honest. This yearling filly has plenty of scope and also that essential component for this sale – a real good, athletic walk. She looks like she’ll make up into a beautiful two-year-old and we’re excited to see how she is received. She has very strong, developed quarters.”

For further information: please contact the Office at Aston Mullins Stud: +44 (0)1296 748400 OR