Gary and Jackie Jolliffe of Golden Touch Thoroughbred Services have a proven track record, with the Joliffes having already bred such notable G1 winners as Chestnuts N Pearls, Guiness and Imperious Star, and Golden Touch will be offering buyers another chance to acquire a horse of similar merit when they bring a five strong draft to this year’s National Yearling Sale.
This small but select draft consists of yearlings by such standout stallions as Canford Cliffs, Gold Standard, Master Of My Fate, Twice Over and What A Winter.
Golden Touch Thoroughbred Services’ National Sale draft is made up of-
Street Outlaw (Lot 135) -a Master Of My Fate colt out of a Var half-sister to G2 Sceptre Stakes winner Reflective Image, this colt is bred on the same cross as champion Tempting Fate
My Cherie Amour (Lot 168)- a Canford Cliffs half-sister to four winners notably Duchess Of York Cup winner Night In Seattle
Mutirikwi (Lot 209) -a colt from the first crop of G2 Selangor Cup winner Gold Standard, he is a three-parts brother to the Trippi sired Sweet Chestnut Stakes winner Sunset Tripp
What A Looker (Lot 211) -a filly by What A Winter out of G2 Sceptre Stakes winner Reflective Image
Chelsea Garden (Lot 219) -a Twice Over half-sister to Winter Oaks winner Duchess Of Bourbon, this filly is bred on the same cross as G1 winning two-year-old Sand And Sea
Looking to buy a future G1 winner? Come and inspect Golden Touch Thoroughbred Services’ draft at the 2021 National Yearling Sale!