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All the latest bloodstock coverage
on 21 November 2015
Goffs, Arqana and Keeneland - we cover the results and the highlights.

The breeding stock sales are in full swing around the world. In The Irish Field this week our extensive bloodstock coverage includes:

Ryan McElligott reports from all five days of the Goffs November Foal Sale

> Ryan brings all the inside information on the top lots and the overall success of the sales.

Leo Powell covers the highlights of the Arqana Autumn Sale and wraps up the Keeneland November Sale

> Arqana staged a record-breaking day of sales on the opening session of their Autumn Sale, reports Leo Powell.

Michael Ross previews the Tattersalls December Mares Sale

> Tattersalls' December Mare Sale is previewed by Michael Ross with quality mares on offer.

Nick Nugent files another engaging column based on his observations in the bloodstock world and beyond

> Nick Nugent educates and entertains with his tale of how bloodstock agent Gordian Troeller used his experience in the "music business" to chart a path in the bloodstock industry.

Dr Sieglinde McGee reviews the pedigrees of recent pattern race winners over jumps

> Shantou Village and Wolf Of Windlesham are just two of the horses that Dr Sieglinde McGee reviews this week.

Leo Powell tips his cap to some of the breeders, big and small, who have produced notable winners in recent days

John Dwan saw a quick return on his investment in a Milan foal at Tattersalls Ireland, writes Leo Powell.

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