The central foyer walls are covered with photographs of many winning racehorses that have been sold at Tattersalls, this foyer leads to the Horseshoe Bar. Inside the Horseshoe Bar is the original oak rostrum top that was in use in Hyde Park Corner in the 18th century. The depression on the left is from the many and constant blows from the auctioneers hammer between 1766 and 1939.
Just above the rostrum is a glass cased Gibson pistol with a delightful tale about Richard Tattersall and Highwaymen.
The Bar is perfect for a drinks reception. This room also works well as an additional breakout room for workshops and seminars.