Oaks Farm Stables is represented by a son of US-based first-season yearling sire Street Boss who is out of a stakes winner and is a half-brother
to one other winner (269).
Highclere Stud's half-brother
to Jersey Stakes winner Ouqba (566) and West Moor Stud's half-sister to Woodcote Stakes scorer Smokey Storm (843) are the standout Mount Nelsons on paper.
The Sea The Stars foals, which comprise seven colts and three fillies, include two well-connected individuals from the Castlebridge Consignment - a half-brother
to Group 1 winners Youmzain and Creachadoir and a halfsister to Irish 1,000 Guineas winner Nightime, who was the first Classic winner sired by Sea The Stars' half-brother
Bred on the magical Galileo-Danehill cross, the Rockfield Stud-consigned colt is a half-brother
to four winners, including Listed scorer Fort Dignity.
He is by Royal Applause and is also a half-brother
to Listed scorer Tabaret (525).
There is often a useful juvenile in the Callaghan team and this fellow is a half-brother
to three winners and comes from the family of good horses like Roseate Tern.
Consigned by Beth Bayer, the colt is a half-brother
to Listed winner Glitter City and out of Bon Caro, an unraced daughter of Bon Point.
Boomerang Bob is an Aussie Rules half-brother
to Tsar Xaar, a Listed winner over 7f on heavy at three, and Coupe De Ville is a Clodovil half-brother
to useful 1m1f US turf winner Fantastico Roberto and smart 7f winner Tell The Wind.
Among other lots with star siblings are Owdeswell Stud's Nayef half-brother
to six winners, including St Leger runner-up The Geezer (17); Tibthorpe Stud's Medicean half-sister to star Hong Kong sprinter Dim Sum (105); Coleman Stud's Holy Roman Emperor sister to Weatherby Super Sprint winner Charles The Great (120); Whitsbury Manor Stud's Sakhee's Secret half-brother
to nine winners, including Group 3 scorer Rag Top (123); and Newsells Park's Mount Nelson half-brother
to three winners, including Windsor Castle Stakes winner Flashmans Papers (136).
His other half-brother
Frederick, 19, will become the eighth Marquess and take on Britain's most troubled title.
A YEARLING half-brother
to Champion Hurdle winner Binocular from the first crop of the iconic stayer Yeats electrified trade at the Tattersalls Ireland February National Hunt Sale yesterday when making EUR100,000.
The Player cost 70,000 gns, is a half-brother
to a winner and is the second foal of a dam closely related to that good horse Lycius, winner of the Middle Park Stakes and second in the 2,000 Guineas.