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Two winners added to Goffs Champions Sale
on 13 September 2019
Just five horses have been accepted for the auction which takes place in the Leopardstown parade ring on Saturday

TWO horses trained in West Cork by John Murphy have been added to the select catalogue for next Saturday's Goffs Champions Sale at Leopardstown.

The sale takes place in the parade ring before the first race. At the moment there are five horses due to be offered for sale, the latest additions being the winning Night Of Thunder two-year-old colt Think Big and War Diary, winner of the mile and a half premier handicap at the Curragh in June.


Imposing individual who won a mile and half Premier Handicap at the Curragh in June before being placed in a €65,000 contest at Galway


Looks a high class international racing prospect after following up his maiden win in June with placings in two Group 3 races at the Curragh and Leopardstown


Group 3 winner on her latest start, accounting for Group 1 winner Skitter Scatter. A hugely consistent and improving filly.


Winner of the Group 3 Phoenix Stakes last month and believed by connections to be a Group 1 sprinter in the making.


Maiden winner in July who caught the eye when finishing fastest of all in the Listed Roses Stakes last month at York

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