06/09/2021. Goffs Partner with Flexjet for Orby Buyers // Vinery Stud: BIG START TO NEW SEASON FOR HEADWATER


Goffs Partner with Flexjet for Orby Buyers

Goffs is delighted to announce their partnership with exclusive private jet fleet operator Flexjet to deliver exceptional travel experiences for leading clients attending the upcoming Goffs Orby Sale.
Welcoming the collaboration, Goffs Group Chief Executive, Henry Beeby said:
“Flexjet and Goffs share a similar ethos in delivering our clients a world-class service from the moment their journey begins.  It’s fantastic to be working with a brand of this calibre and as our Orby Yearling Sale draws nearer, we are continuing all efforts to ensure our international visitors have a truly memorable and safe experience on their travels to purchase at Goffs”.
Praetor 600 jet. Photo Flexjet.
The benefits of private aviation have never been clearer for today’s discerning traveller, with privacy and flexibility more important than ever before.
Part of Directional Aviation’s OneSky family, Flexjet has over 160 aircraft worldwide and offers access to its fleet through tailored, shared aircraft ownership solutions, providing owners with a premium experience and service akin to outright jet ownership, but with more accessibility, cost predictability and flexibility.   
The company offers the youngest, most-technologically advanced fleet in the industry providing supreme comfort and unbeatable performance. This includes the flagship super-midsize Praetor 600, capable of connecting London with New York or Dubai with Dublin. An industry-leading approach to sustainability also means every flight is carbon offset to 300%.  
Goffs International Client Relations Executive, Hayley O’Connor would be happy to arrange an introductory call with one of Flexjet’s experienced aviation advisors, or they can be contacted directly.
For more information:
Email: flexjethouse@flexjet.com or call +44 (0)203 856 8151.
Goffs International Client Relations
Hayley O’Connor
Email: hayleyoconnor@goffs.ie
Ph: +353 87 0629067
Praetor 600 interior. Photo Flexjet.
Goffs Orby Sale – The Irish National Yearling Sale
28th – 29th September at Kildare Paddocks, Co Kildare, Ireland
Featuring Europe’s Richest Two-Year-Old Race – The GOFFS MILLION

Goffs International Agents:
Australasia – Mark Player
Eastern Europe – Kishore Mirpuri
France – Amanda Zetterholm
Germany – Matthias Seeber
Italy – Angelo Robiati & Gianluca di Castelnuovo                    
Japan – Takaya Kimura
Scandinavia – Filip Zwicky
UK – Mark Richards
USA – Jacob West

View the Orby Sale Catalogue

Headwater’s consistent daughter, Jamaea, went to another level on Saturday in the ATC Furious Stakes. She now has several spring options at Group 1 level in the wake of her stunning last-to-first victory in the Randwick Group 2.

The 3yo daughter of Vinery Champion Headwater let loose with an awesome finishing sprint to claim the second-leg of the Princess Series on Saturday.  Her connections will shortly make the call on whether to take on the colts in the Golden Rose Stakes Gr.1 on September 25 or continue against her own sex leading up to the Flight Stakes Gr.1 on October 2.

Despite a 2yo Group 2 win to her credit in the Percy Sykes Stakes at Randwick in April, the underrated filly went out as one of the outsiders in a deep field of Stakes-winning fillies.  “I didn’t surprise us – we though she would measure up,” co-trainer Luke Price said.  “She switches off when ridden quietly and will run the 1400m right out in the Golden Rose.  She has some sass about her and is such a nice filly that she deserves a chance against the boys.”

Jamaea also holds a Group 1 nomination for the Thousand Guineas (Gr.1, 1600m) in Melbourne on October 13 and she’s eligible for the $2million Magic Millions 3YO Guineas (RL, 1400m) on the Gold Coast in January.

Stand-in jockey Brock Ryan timed her Furious finish to perfection to nail Robodira (Husson) in the last stride.  “I was a little bit worried when we were on the back of horses that weren’t going to take us into the race.  I pushed out and luckily I was on the filly with the best turn of foot in the race.

“Luke has got her flying this prep.  Even better than she was as a two-year-old.  The way her racing pattern is going these days, I think there is no problem going further.”

Headwater (9) has taken an early lead on the Australian third-crop winners table from Vancouver (8) and Rich Enuff (8), with barn mate Press Statement set for a big season and not far behind (7). Read more here.

JAMAEA, with a Chautauqua-like finish, wins the ATC Furious Stakes (Gr.2, 1200m)