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A €52,000 Fast Company colt topped Part 2 of the Goffs November Foal Sale. Aggregate, mean, median and clearance rate all down on 2017 figures
By Ryan McElligott on 24 November 2018
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Racehorse ownership is at nothing like the level it was over a decade ago
By Ryan McElligott on 23 November 2018
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"If you have what the market wants you will get well paid but it’s tough going otherwise"
By Ryan McElligott on 23 November 2018
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Ryan McElligott picks out a few notable lots from some new and well established sires
By Ryan McElligott on 23 November 2018
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Ryan McElligott looks at some of the eye-catching lots from the November Sale
By Ryan McElligott on 23 November 2018
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Turnover for the three days of foals dropped on 2017 figures, as did the average, although there was a slight increase in the median price
By Ryan McElligott on 21 November 2018
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First-crop foals by Awtaad and Estidhkaar were also among those who caught the eye. The turnover, mean, median and clearance rate were again all down on 2017's returns
By Ryan McElligott on 20 November 2018
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The top-priced No Nay Never colt beat the best on last year's corresponding day, but the aggregate, mean, median, and clearance rate were all down on 2017
By Ryan McElligott on 20 November 2018
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Dr Sieglinde McGee looks at the first-crop sires represented at the Goffs November Foal Sale, which starts on Monday
By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 16 November 2018
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Over 1,000 foals and almost 500 mares for sale at the premier breeding stock auction
By Irish Field Contributor on 26 October 2018
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The weekend was a quiet one, with trade and demand operating at an altogether different level for Part 2 of the foal sale, but the clearance rate for the week was up four points from last year
By Ryan McElligott on 27 November 2017
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Fewer horses were offered than on the equivalent day last year, but the clearance rate rose by seven points; Tally-Ho Stud paid €39,000 for the session-topping son of first-crop sire Outstrip
By Ryan McElligott on 25 November 2017
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The level of foal trade witnessed from Monday through to Wednesday reflected the growth took place at the head of the market
By Ryan McElligott on 24 November 2017
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Will the strong demand for foals seen at Goffs this week continue over the weekend?
By Mark Costello on 24 November 2017
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The Galileo filly was presented by The Castlebridge Consignment and bought by agent Hugo Lascelles; two other high-priced Galileos sold; first crop of Muhaarar and Golden Horn caught the eye
By Ryan McElligott on 22 November 2017
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"Very exciting" and "has a really good group of foals" were how two leading first-crop stallions were described on a day when a second-crop son of Derby hero Australia topped the proceedings
By Ryan McElligott on 21 November 2017
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An €85,000 son of No Nay Never topped the opening session, where foals by Tamayuz, Gutaifan, Cable Bay, Camelot, Raven's Pass, Hot Streak and Night Of Thunder were among the most popular lots
By Ryan McElligott on 20 November 2017
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Over 1,100 flat-bred foals are due to be offered for sale next week along with 555 broodmares
By Mark Costello on 17 November 2017
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There was "no shying away from the fact that it was very tough for many breeders as the market spoke loud and clear," said Goffs Chief Executive Henry Beeby
By Ryan McElligott on 18 November 2016
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The lower end of the market struggled with only 694 of the 1041 foals sold and spending a more considered variety
By Ryan McElligott on 18 November 2016
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