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New online platform for trading stallion nominations
on 15 November 2019
The service will be given its Irish launch at Goffs next Wednesday

A NEW online service for stallion owners and breeders will be launched during next week’s Goffs November Sale. is the brainchild of breeder and bloodstock agent Luke Lillingston and consignor Ted Voute, Mike Madden and the Irish representative is Jerry Horan.

The website will allow stallion farms to offer nominations for sale and they control the price on display. However, breeders are welcome to submit an offer in confidence.

Mare owners can search the site for stallion options, and the stallion masters can list available nominations at their advertised price, terms and conditions.

“This has been a long time in development and to now be able to go live is a watershed moment for us,” said Lillingston. “We are enormously grateful for the remarkable support we have already received from both stallion and broodmare owners.”

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