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NEWS: Goffs trim broodmare catalogue
on 18 October 2019
Some of Ireland leading stud farms and consignors feature prominently in the Goffs November Breeding Stock Sale

THERE are 19 broodmares by Galileo among the 367 lots in the Goffs November Breeding Stock Sale. The catalogue is now available online.

The sale will take place between Parts 1 and 2 of the November Foal Sale, on Thursday and Friday, November 21st and 22nd.

Significant drafts from many of most renowned studs and consignors in racing feature prominently throughout the catalogue and include Aga Khan Studs, Airlie Stud, Ballylinch Stud, Baroda Stud, Derrinstown Stud, Godolphin, Irish National Stud, Moyglare Stud, Norelands, Owenstown Stud, Rathbarry Stud, Redmondstown Stud, Staffordstown, The Castlebridge Consignment and Tinnakill House.

Henry Beeby of Goffs said: “We have reduced the numbers slightly this year, with quality over quantity very much in mind, to produce a catalogue of real strength and depth.”

Goffs will host its Autumn Sale next Monday and Tuesday. A total of 455 yearlings will be offered on Monday and Tuesday, followed immediately by the Horses In Training session on Tuesday afternoon.

The sales action moves to Goffs UK on Thursday when over 200 horses will be offered at the Autumn HIT Sale. See page 90 for details of Irish point-to-pointers added to that catalogue.

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